Former Los Angeles Rams franchise safety Lamarcus Joyner intends to signal a four-year Handle the Oakland Raiders, ” a source told ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

Subsequent to the Los Angeles Rams and Joyner were struggling to develop a long-term agreement, he played with last season on the franchise label and brought $11.28 million. He intercepted one pass and ranked third in the team with 78 tackles.

The Raiders’ cope with Joyner comes just two weeks after the team reportedly agreed to a trade with all the Pittsburgh Steelers for AllPro receiver Antonio Brown. Oakland is going to be handing Brown a three-year price worth up to $54.125 million, with $30.125 million guaranteed, ” a source told Schefter.

The Rams selected Joyner out of Florida State in the 2nd round (41st overall) of this 2014 draft.

Joyner, 5-foot-8 and 191 lbs, played primarily at cornerback for three seasons before defensive coordinator Wade Phillips transferred him to safety in 2017.

In five seasons, Joyner, 28, has four interceptions, including one returned for a touchdown, 25 pass deflections and five sacks.

ESPN’s Lindsey Thiry contributed to this report.