Raiders Extend LS Jon Condo

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The Raiders have signed long snapper Jon Condo to a three-year contract extension, General Manager Reggie McKenzie announced Sunday.

Condo, a two-time Pro Bowl selection, has handled long-snapping duties in each of the past six seasons for the Raiders.

The 6-foot-3, 245-pound Condo has played in 99 career games, including 96 with the Silver and Black. In six seasons in Oakland, Condo has played a critical role in the team's kicking game, which has featured two of the top specialists in the NFL, K Sebastian Janikowski and P Shane Lechler. He earned his first Pro Bowl selection in 2009, and again in 2011, when he joined Janikowski and Lechler on the AFC squad.

Condo entered the NFL as an undrafted free agent with the Dallas Cowboys in 2005, and played in three games as a rookie. He was in training camp with the New England Patriots the following season, and was signed to the Raiders' practice squad in November, 2006.

Excited to be an OAKLAND RAIDER the next 4 years! Thank you #raidernation for all of your support. — Jon Condo (@JonCondo) August 4, 2013

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