Reggie McKenzie and the Raiders announced Thursday that they signed OT J’Marcus Webb.
Webb joins the Raiders following stints with the Chicago Bears (2010-12) and Minnesota Vikings (2013-14). In both stints, he totaled 55 games played with 45 starts including two postseason starts.
As a rookie out drafted in the seventh round (218th overall) of the 2010 NFL Draft, Webb started 12 games at right tackle before switching to left tackle in his second season. He started all 32 games at right tackle for the Bears from 2011-12.
He then signed with the Vikings under current Raiders offensive coordinator Bill Musgrave, playing in nine games (one start) in 2013. He Then signed with the Chiefs as an unrestricted free agent in 2014, before being released and re-joining the Vikings and playing in one game.