According to FOX Sports NFL reporter Aaron Wilson, the Oakland Raiders signed seven free agents on Monday. The seven players tried out in Oakland's rookie minicamp last weekend.
Eddy Carmona is a punter/kicker from Harding University in Arkansas. He will compete for a roster spot with veteran kicker Sebastian Janikowski and punters Shane Lechler and rookie free agent Marquette King.
Also signed to help Oakland's offense is Tre'Shawn Robinson a linebacker for Idaho who is listed at fullback by the Raiders. Kyle Efaw comes from Boise State, the tight end started eight games in 13 appearances for the Broncos, scoring a career high seven touchdowns.
Wayne Dorsey is a defensive end out of Ole Miss — he only played in six games in 2011 for the Rebels, but led his team in sacks (3.0) and tackles for loss (5.0).
Rounding out the Raiders' undrafted free agents signings is Tray Session, a wide receiver out of Nevada. Session hauled in 291 yards on 23 receptions for the Wolfpack in 2011.
The Raiders also signed former Jacksonville Jaguars offensive tackle Kevin Haslam to a one-year contract. The second-year player did not appear in any games for the Jaguars, but will add depth at his position for the Raiders during training camp.
Lastly, Oakland added former Tennessee Titans cornerback LeQuan Lewis. The cornerback enters his second year in the NFL after appearing int four preseason games for the Titans in 2011.
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