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10 Biggest Roster Holes

The Raiders don’t have many draft picks, but it doesn’t mean there aren’t several holes the¬†Raiders would like to fill through the draft. Reggie McKenzie may try to add more picks via trade and will also look to add players

Posted in 2012 Free Agency, Free Agency, Offseason 2012

Offseason Shopping List

As seen on Bleacher Report. The first offseason without the presence of legendary owner Al Davis will prove to be the most intriguing one in decades for the Oakland Raiders. Reggie McKenzie takes over as the main football executive and

Posted in 2012 Free Agency, Free Agency, Offseason 2012

Looking Forward: Raiders 2012 Free Agents

Khalif Barnes – Weakest link on the offensive line with youth behind him. Raiders will look for for other options. It’s not as if there aren’t a dozen Khalif’s on the street each year. Darryl Blackstock – Was a Chuck

Posted in Contracts, Free Agency, Regular Season 2011, Roster Moves

Davis Has Given Jackson Tools For Offensive Success

Can you remember when the Raiders were without a real deep threat? On multiple occasions the Raiders had a roster filled with receivers who could only run in a straight line? The Raiders also had their fair share of divas at

Posted in 2011 Free Agency, Free Agency, Regular Season 2011 Tagged with: , , , , , , ,

$2.6 Million in Hand is Worth it to Bush

Michael Huff tweeted he was having breakfast with Michael Bush this morning in Napa. A short time later the Raiders announced Bush had re-signed. Bush ends his quasi-holdout and reports to camp. The Raiders need the body as Darren McFadden

Posted in 2011 Free Agency, Training Camp 2011 Tagged with: , , , , , , ,

Tight End Talk

Panic arose with the loss of Zach Miller, lest we forget from the ashes many times a Phoenix arises. Kevin Boss got his first opportunity after the departure of all-pro tight end Jeremy Shockey from New York. Bringing in Boss

Posted in 2011 Free Agency, Training Camp 2011 Tagged with: , , ,

Like A Boss: Kevin Inks Deal

Adam Schefter reports the Raiders agreed to terms with tight end Kevin Boss on a four-year, $16 million contract. The contract includes $8 million in guarantees. Zach Miller will make about twice as much and the production of each will

Posted in 2011 Free Agency, Training Camp 2011 Tagged with: , ,

Cap Relief: Routt, Seymour Restructure

Adam Caplan reports, Stanford Routt has restructed his deal with the Raiders for much needed cap relief. Richard Seymour also restructured and he could save the Raiders as much as $11 million against the cap. The Raiders knew all along

Posted in 2011 Free Agency, Training Camp 2011 Tagged with: , , , ,

Raiders Must Target Boss, Veteran Receiver

Although the Oakland Raiders operated a run first offense in 2010 with Darren McFadden rushing for over 1100 yards and coming in third in the NFL with 5.2 yards per carry, it is imperative that the Raiders help Jason Campbell

Posted in 2011 Free Agency, 2011 Preview Tagged with: , , , , , , , ,

Raiders Workout Kevin Boss

Hue Jackson confirmed free agent tight end Kevin Boss is working out with the Raiders today. The Raiders unexpectedly lost Zach Miller to the Seattle Seahawks and need to plug the huge hole Miller leaves. There is mutual interest and

Posted in 2011 Free Agency Tagged with: ,

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