With the quarterback position finally settled, the Oakland Raiders are continuing to re-tool the rest of the roster. The latest addition is cornerback Mike Jenkins, who signed a one-year deal according to NFL.com's Ian Rapoport. The story was first reported by ESPN.

Jenkins, the 25th overall pick in the 2008 NFL Draft, made the Pro Bowl in 2009 as a member of the Cowboys. His play declined over the last few years, but he's a smart low-cost gamble by Oakland for a team that is desperate for cornerback help.

Rapoport notes that Jenkins passed up a potential multi-year deal with the idea that he could hit the market again next year. Jenkins and fellow Broncos signee Tracy Porter will be trying to revive their careers on one-year deals. They might both wind up starting. Now all they have to do is stop the Denver Broncos offense twice a year.