The Oakland Raiders have agreed to terms with return specialist Roscoe Parrish, according to SB Nation's Silver And Black Pride. Parrish had spent training camp and the preseason with division rival San Diego Chargers before being released on Monday.
Parrish spent the last seven seasons with the Buffalo Bills after being a second-round draft pick out of the University of Miami in 2005. He has three career return touchdowns, the most recent coming in 2008. Parrish saw his role in the passing game increase in 2010, when he caught 33 passes for 400 yards in just eight games.
The receiver does have a history of injury, as he missed 14 games in 2011 after injuring his ankle in a Week 2 game against the Raiders.