Oakland Raiders free-agent chatter
Mar15

Oakland Raiders free-agent chatter

All is quiet on the Oakland Raiders free agent front. The monetary shackles they are in have forced Reggie McKenzie to be an observer in the first few days of the NFL’s signing period. But that has not stopped them from probing the free-agent list and looking for bargain basement talents that could step-in and help out immediately. As I reported yesterday on twitter, Houston Texans free-agent guard Mike Brisiel will visit with the...

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Raiders: WR is a need, but they’ll have to go the frugal route

ESPN.com AFC West blogger Bill Williamson stated, “[he didn’t] think the Raiders should make receiver a priority position.” He’s right. Yes Marques Colston (Saints), Dwayne Bowe (Chiefs) and Vincent Jackson (Chargers) are some very nice targets that could be changing teams. Adding any of those guys to any receiving unit, especially with a passer of Carson Palmer’s capabilities, would be in instant upgrade. But the Oakland Raiders are...

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Oakland Raiders Free-Agent Tracker & Analysis

Here’s a list of Oakland Raiders that will be free agents this off-season with an explanation of their status after the 2011 season. UFA: Unrestricted free agent; a player who has completed four or more accrued seasons and whose contract has expired. RFA: Restricted free agent; a player who has completed three accrued seasons and whose contract has expired. OFFENSE Jason Campbell QB – UFA Khalif Barnes T – UFA Kyle Boller QB – UFA...

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Oakland Raiders: New Year’s resolutions for 2012

Follow @sbreport SBReport.net wishes everyone a festive evening and a Happy New Year. As we sign out 2011, we bring in a new year with some resolutions for the Oakland Raiders: Kyle Boller, QB As soon as Jason Campbell was lost for the season, Oakland pulled the trigger on the Carson Palmer deal. Boller, who started the Raiders first game right after, bombed with three interceptions in the first half versus the Chiefs and never saw...

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Raiders stumble in Miami, lose 34-14

The Oakland Raiders are now tied with the Denver Broncos atop the AFC West after a devastating loss against the Miami Dolphins in South Florida on Sunday.  Following their appearance on “Jim Rome is Burning” and the arrest of middle linebacker Rolando McClain earlier this week, the Raiders came out flat and never got their offense going, nor could they stop Miami’s running backs. Dolphins running back Reggie Bush tore up the...

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