The Oakland Raiders came to terms with their restricted free agent safety, Hiram Eugene.
Before he agreed to come back for one more year, the 29-year old signed a waiver to allow his participation during the off-season conditioning program.
Eugene has served in a back-up capacity for the most part, occasionally starting at free safety when Michael Huff was deemed ineffective in 2008. He originally signed as a un-drafted free agent in 2006 and gained his first extended action in 2007 at the ladder part of Stuart Schweigert’s career in Oakland.
He recorded his first career interception in Oakland’s 27-24 road victory in Pittsburgh last season.