Journeyman quarterback Jeff Garcia will be returning to the Bay where he enjoyed his most successful stint in the NFL. He has agreed to join the Oakland Raiders, the terms of his contract were not disclosed.
Raiders senior executive John Herrera has confirmed that the four-time Pro Bowler will join the club's off season workout program immediately alongside starter JaMarcus Russell.
Garcia has had several stops in both the NFL and CFL in his professional career, but the 39-year-old quarterback enjoyed the best seasons of his NFL career with the San Francisco 49ers, passing for more than 16,000 yards from 1999-2003.
It is not known if Garcia will receive the opportunity to compete with former first overall pick Jamarcus Russell for the team's QB1 spot, but this signing will likely end the Andrew Walter's experiment.