The Raiders, thin at cornerback in the wake of injuries to David Amerson (concussion) and Gareon Conley (shin), signed Demetrius McCray on Tuesday. McCray, 26, was Jacksonville’s seventh-round draft choice in 2013, from Appalachian State in 2013, and spent three seasons with the Jaguars. He appeared in 46 games for Jacksonville, including 16 starts. McCray was out of the NFL last season and went to training camp this year with Seattle. The Seahawks waived him last month. Tuesday’s move also comes two days after cornerback Sean Smith, pressed into duty by the injuries to Amerson and Conley, struggled in Oakland’s 30-17 loss to Baltimore.
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