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The Raiders officially added defensive back Pat Lee to the roster Tuesday general manager Reggie McKenzie said was in the works last week per Jerry McDonald of Bayareanewsgroup.com. Lee, a second-round draft pick by Green Bay in 2008, was affected by injuries and never ascended into a regular player in the cornerback rotation with the Packers. He was among Green Bay 's leaders in special teams tacklers last year. "I think he provides a lot of depth at the corner position,'' Raiders coach Dennis Allen told reporters at the owners meetings in Florida . "He's kind of been a backup, special-teams-type player there in Green Bay , and I'm looking forward to getting him in and giving him an opportunity to compete. We'll see where he's at.'' Source: The Redzone
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Reggie McKenzie and the cap-strapped Oakland Raiders have their hands full as they work slowly but surely during the offseason to improve the roster with little cap room and add much-needed discipline to restore the regime.
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