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The Raiders have long been considered a suitor, as Tollefson is a Bay Area native and is a former member of the Raiders’ practice squad. Brandt reports the Packers are also interested in Tollefson, and the word is the Packers want to get a deal done.
Tollefson was an underrated, versatile part of the Giants’ defensive line. He is a solid third defensive end and special teamer, and he'd be a nice pickup by Oakland if the price is right.
In other AFC West news:
Oakland linebacker Quentin Groves reportedly has tried out for the Giants. Groves doesn’t appear to be in the plans of the new Oakland regime.
Connecticut defensive tackle Kendall Reyes may be on the Broncos’ radar with the No. 25 pick.
Chargers owner Dean Spanos addressed several topics in an interview with the team’s website.
Denver left tackle Ryan Clady is visiting ESPN’s campus Tuesday and will appear on several shows.
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