Team tells Gannon he has a job
ALAMEDA, Calif. -- Kerry Collins signed with the Oakland Raiders on Monday, ending his monthlong search for a team and raising questions about the future of 2002 NFL MVP Rich Gannon.
The deal, for $16 million over three years including about $5 million in guarantees, could jeopardize Gannon's spot on the roster, although the quarterback's agent, Tom Condon of IMG, told ESPN.com's John Clayton that the Raiders have reassured Gannon about his job in the past 24 hours.
"Rich said the ...
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