The Raiders got off the free agency sidelines Friday night by agreeing to terms with tackle Marshall Newhouse on a two-year contract, NFL Media reported.

Newhouse (6-foot-4, 328 pounds) fits into the preferred Raiders mold for big offensive linemen. He is a veteran of 86 games and 56 starts, playing in 10 games with six starts for the New York Giants last season.
Drafted in the fifth round out of Texas Christian by Green Bay in 2010 — when Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie was in the personnel department — Newhouse played for the Packers from 2010-13, the Bengals in 2014 and the Giants in 2015-16.

Newhouse was the starting left tackle for Green Bay, but has also played right tackle.