Former Raiders wideout James Jones will return to the NFC, as he is set to sign a deal with the New York Giants.
OAKLAND -– After his uber-effort in Game 2, the last thing Matthew Dellavedova had to worry about Sunday night was the Cavaliers bus leaving without him.
James Jones didn’t expect bad news when Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie called him last week.
The Raiders have had a flurry of offseason activity as they've continued to remodel the team.
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The Raiders had roughly $65 million in salary-cap space heading into the 2014 offseason.