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Pro Football Zone:
Former Oakland Raiders cornerback Stanford Routt seems to already be a hot commodity on the free agent market, now that he already has visits scheduled with the Bills and Titans.
Now it seems that the Dallas Cowboys, Minnesota Vikings, and Kansas City Chiefs have all expressed interest in Routt as well.
With how pass heavy the NFL was in 2011, teams won’t hesitate to swarm in on a good corner and might even be willing to overpay for one.
Since Routt was released and isn’t under contract, he is a free agent and can sign with a team at any time.
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Less than a year ago Al Davis made cornerback Stanford Routt an offer he couldn’t refuse that eventually kept him from free agency. Routt was released just one year into his $54.5 million dollar, five-year contract ending the seven years he has spend for the Oakland Raiders. The Buffalo Bills wasted no time in perusing Routt and could be the favorite to land the free agent. He...
The Minnesota Vikings might not be waiting until the official start of free agency on March 13 to shore up their struggling secondary.According to a report by Calvin Watkins of ESPN Dallas, Minnesota has expressed interest in cornerback Stanford Routt, who was released by the Oakland Raiders on Thursday. Routt, a seven-year veteran, was cut just a year after signing a new five-year...
The Oakland Raiders released high-priced cornerback Stanford Routt on Thursday.
The move came just a year after the Raiders signed Routt to a five-year, $54.5 million contract.
Oakland is expected to overhaul its roster following the hires of coach Dennis Allen and general manager Reggie McKenzie.
Routt, 28, made a career-high four interceptions last season - his seventh with the Raiders.
Released former Raiders cornerback Stanford Routt will take advantage of his jump on the rest of the free agent market. Routt’s agent told Josina Anderson of ESPN.com that Routt will visit the Bills and Titans in the coming days. It sounds like the Bills will meet him first Sunday and Monday. Jim Wyatt of the…
ALAMEDA, Calif. (AP) -- The Oakland Raiders have released cornerback Stanford Routt less than one year after signing him to a blockbuster contract.
Stanford Routt was given $20 million guaranteed by the Raiders a year ago. They cut him yesterday. [ESPN]
Joe Mays says he’d love to stay in Denver. [DenverBroncos.com]
Texas A&M’s Ryan Tannehill may be the most interesting QB in the draft for the Broncos. [Denver Post]
Ryan Clady‘s blocking grades dropped considerably in 2011. [ProFootballFocus]
The Broncos should re...
ALAMEDA Less than one year ago, Al Davis made Stanford Routt one of the cornerstones of the Oakland Raiders defense with a lavish contract that kept him from free agency.