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Pat Lee Gets $680,000 Deal From Raiders

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Pat Lee Gets $680,000 Deal From Raiders

Former Packers cornerback Pat Lee reportedly got a one-year deal worth $680,000 from the Oakland Raiders, according to Bob McGinn of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

With such a small contract, it's unlikely Lee will factor into next year's compensatory draft pick equation giving teams extra selections for more free agent losses than gains.

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aussiepacker's picture

If he doesnt count for next years comp picks that would suck becouse we spent a 2nd round draft pick on him and got next to nothing in return. I read somewhere the other day that he was picked when bob sanders was the D coordinater and then we changed styles, do you think that played into his disapointing tenure or was he just close to being a bust?

Brian Carriveau's picture

Pat Lee had four years to prove himself. Unfortunately he didn't live up to the billing.

Jamie's picture

I wonder how long some folks are going to continue to let the lack of results (or compensatory compensation) get them upset over the small handful of misses TT has had over the years. Quite a pointless/trivial thing to even consider at this point, much less get upset over.

bryce's picture

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