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Usama Young back to Raiders on two-year deal

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The Oakland Raiders have re-signed veteran safety Usama Young to a two-year contract, according to agent Andy Simms.

Young, 26, had 26 tackles, 2.5 sacks and one interception last season for the Raiders.

A former Cleveland Browns and New Orleans Saints player from Kent State, Young has 255 career tackles, 28 pass deflections and eight interceptions.

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