LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — The Las Vegas Raiders are bringing former first-round safety Karl Joseph back for a second stint with the franchise.
The Raiders signed Joseph to a one-year contract to add needed depth in the secondary.
Joseph was drafted in the first round by the Raiders in 2016 but left to sign for one year as a free agent in Cleveland last offseason.
Joseph is just the third player taken in the first round by the Raiders in the common-draft era to return for a second stint with the franchise after leaving. Tight end Raymond Chester and Hall of Famer Charles Woodson are the others.