J'Marcus Webb joined Tony Bergstrom and Rod Streater as former Raiders to find a new football home, as the veteran lineman inked a new deal with the Seattle Seahawks Tuesday.
Webb, who started all 16 games in 2015, spent time at both tackle and guard during his one year in Silver and Black.
Prior to joining the Raiders, Webb spent three seasons with the Chicago Bears, and two seasons with the Minnesota Vikings.
Before the Seahawks officially announced the deal, Webb took to his social media platforms to share his new venture.
While Webb did start all 16 games last season, General Manager Reggie McKenzie bolstered the Raiders' offensive line by signing Kelechi Osemele in free agency – a player who has experience at both the tackle and guard positions.