Former-Cowboy Jeff Heath is the latest to sign with the Raiders. The safety is one of many moves Las Vegas has made since the free agency window “opened” on March 16.
The Dallas Morning News’ Michael Gehlken reported the signing on Tuesday.
Cowboys S Jeff Heath has agreed to two-year deal with Raiders, source said. Deal worth up to $8M when including playing-time incentives. Back with Rich Bisaccia. He follows Jason Witten and Maliek Collins to Las Vegas. Lions, Vikings, Bears, Colts, Giants were in on Heath, too.
— Michael Gehlken (@GehlkenNFL) March 17, 2020
Heath is a seven-year veteran, and has spent his entire career with the Dallas Cowboys. Last season, he played in 13 games totaling zero interceptions, seven passes defended and no sacks. In fact, the safety has no sacks in his career.
Las Vegas is making a lot of moves ahead of the new year, and adding a veteran defensive back is the latest. Heath can bring some leadership to the locker room.
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