ALAMEDA, Calif. (AP) -The Oakland Raiders signed offensive lineman Mario Henderson to a contract Friday, making him the team's fourth draft pick to sign a deal.
Henderson, a third-rounder taken with the 91st overall pick in the April draft, started all 13 games at offensive tackle in his final season at Florida State.
``I'm just planning to go out and make an impact, show the coaches they can depend on me, and fight for a spot,'' Henderson said.
The Raiders had previously signed three of their 11 picks: fourth-rounder John Bowie, fifth-rounder Jay Richardson, and sixth-rounder Oren O'Neal.
The Raiders also waived running back Curtis Brown.

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