Defensive tackle Richard Seymour apparently is safe from the Oakland Raiders' roster overhaul, and will not join recently released cornerback Stanford Routt in the free-agent market.
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New Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie said during a Jan. 30 news conference announcing Dennis Allen's hiring as head coach that the team had some contracts that were "out of whack." Those comments prompted speculation that Seymour could be released due to his large 2012 contract figure -- Seymour signed a two-year, $30 million deal before the start of the 2011 season.