LAS VEGAS, NV — In a strategic move to bolster their special teams and defensive lineup, the Las Vegas Raiders have successfully re-signed two of their pivotal players. Punter Ty Zentner, despite not having played this season, has been retained with a 1-year contract worth $900K, indicating the team’s faith in his potential contributions. Alongside him, cornerback David Long Jr. has also been secured with a 2-year deal worth $6.4 million.

Ty Zentner: A Future Prospect

Zentner’s re-signing is a forward-looking move by the Raiders. While he hasn’t stepped onto the field this season, the team clearly values his potential. “I’m excited for the opportunity to show what I can bring to the team,” said Zentner. “I’m ready to contribute and make every play count.”

David Long Jr.: A Defensive Backbone

David Long Jr. has been a key player in the Raiders’ defensive strategy. His new contract reflects his significant contributions and the team’s confidence in his abilities. “I’m grateful for the trust the Raiders have in me,” Long Jr. commented. “I’m committed to delivering top performances and helping our team succeed.”

Looking Ahead

The Raiders’ decision to retain both Zentner and Long Jr. underscores their commitment to building a strong, versatile team. As the new season approaches, these strategic signings are sure to excite the fans and provide a solid foundation for the team’s aspirations.