Lynch’s contract also includes a base salary of $9 million over two years.
The Raiders officially announced Lynch’s signing Wednesday afternoon, but didn’t disclose terms of the contract.
Lynch, a proud Oakland native, was overjoyed upon donning a Raiders helmet Wednesday.
The running back retired during Super Bowl 50 and missed the entire 2016 season as a result. Lynch rushed for 417 yards on 111 attempts during the 2015 season as a member of the Seattle Seahawks.
Lynch will now fight for carries with Jalen Richard and DeAndre Washington established in the backfield.
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