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Seymour Gets Paid

February 18, 2011 By: Katchop Category: NFL

Richard Seymour signed a new deal with the Oakland Raiders.

To celebrate the signing of his new 30 million dollar deal with the Raiders, Richard Seymour bought Flavor Flav's teeth.

To celebrate the signing of his new 30 million dollar deal with the Raiders, Richard Seymour bought Flavor Flav's teeth.

From The Mercury News

The Raiders retained the services of defensive tackle Richard Seymour on Wednesday without having to use the franchise tag, agreeing to terms on a two-year contract worth as much as $30 million with a guarantee of $22.5 million.

Although Seymour was the first NFL player of note scheduled for free agency to re-sign with his team this offseason, the move was not announced by the Raiders but confirmed by a source close to Seymour.

Raiders officials couldn’t be reached for comment.

Seymour, 31, was facing a possible franchise tag for a second consecutive season that would have paid him $14.9 million for the 2011 season, a 20 percent raise from last season.

Having played on three Super Bowl championship teams in New England, Seymour was on record as wanting to stay in Oakland.

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