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The Raiders just got an upgrade in their secondary, and Mike Jenkins gets the opportunity to be a full-time starter again.  Adam Schefter is reporting that Jenkins and the Raiders agreed to a one year deal. Raiders reached agreement with former Cowboys CB Mike Jenkins. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) April 9, 2013 The 28-year-old Jenkins who has had success as a starter, joins Tracey Porter in Oakland to help turn a problem area into a pretty solid cornerback tandem. Jenkins fell out of favor in Dallas with poor play in recent seasons and the addition of Mo Claiborne and Brandon Carr.
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