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Packers Trade Safety Marques Anderson To Raiders


The Green Bay Packers Friday traded third-year safety Marques Anderson to the Oakland Raiders in exchange for the Raiders' fifth- and sixth-round selections in the 2005 NFL Draft, GM/Head Coach Mike Sherman announced.

The trade is conditional only on Anderson passing the Raiders' physical.

Anderson, the Packers' third-round selection in the 2002 draft, played in 30 career games with Green Bay, including 18 starts, and totaled 139 tackles (96 solo), five interceptions (returning two for TDs) among 17 passes defensed and four fumble recoveries.

Thus far this preseason, the 5-11, 210-pound Anderson had played in three games, including one start vs. Seattle (Aug. 16), and registered six tackles (three solo).

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