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When the Detroit Lions kicked the troublesome Titus Young to the curb, they had to replace his speed bursting out of the slot.
They were handed a potential gift when the Oakland Raiders parted ways with former number-one draft pick, Darrius Heyward-Bey.
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Jared Veldheer may be making better use of the NFL offseason than anyone else. The Oakland Raiders offensive lineman has been working out with strength coach Mark Ehnis, and whatever they’re doing is definitely working.
Ehnis tweeted a picture Monday of four of his students in the gym. Veldheer stands out immediately because of his hulking size. Just look at him. He’s wider...
Accoridng to Michael Silver of Yahoo Sports, the Oakland Raiders are skeptical about Terrelle Pryor’s skill set.
Despite McKenzie’s public support for Pryor, who started Oakland’s final game of 2012 (completing 13 of 28 passes for 150 yards, with two touchdowns and an interception, and running nine times for 49 yards and a TD), there is much organizational skepticism about...
Lacking the ability to throw with velocity or accuracy, Yahoo’s Mike Silver reports there is “much organizational skepticism” surrounding Oakland Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor. Expected to soon clip Carson Palmer, there is speculation that Oakland may enter training camp with the 23-year-old Pryor battling free agent Vince Young and West Virginia rookie Geno Smith for...
He hasn't scored a touchdown or even played a down yet for the Detroit Lions.
But running back Reggie Bush, a recent free-agent addition, already has a steak named after him at Hyde Park Prime Steakhouse in Birmingham, Mich.
It's called the "Reggie Bush Ribeye" -- a 22-ounce "Bone-in Ribeye" -- and is being promoted by the restaurant as "Our Featured...
The Oakland Raiders officially announced today that they’ve released defensive tackle Tommy Kelly.
The Raiders today have released Tommy Kelly. The club appreciates his service, dedication and toughness.
— OAKLAND RAIDERS (@RAIDERS) March 27, 2013
Kelly was a very good player for the Raiders, but they couldn’t afford to keep him and he’s not getting any younger.
Coaches always tell players to get in the weight room and eat before in order to get stronger for the next season. Oakland Raiders offensive tackle Jared Veldheer appears to have heard this message loud and clear and has done just that--gotten stronger.
Just calling his progress "getting stronger" is a bit of understatement though. This guy has gotten freaking huge...
The Detroit Lions are set to host wide receiver Darius Heyward-Bey
today, according to Dave Birkett of The Detroit Free Press.
Birkett points out that the Lions are in need of a wide out
that can stretch the field opposite All-Pro Calvin Johnson. Heyward-Bey is
known for his speed, as it’s what had most to do with him being selected
seventh-overall by the Oakland Raiders...
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I’m not sure where I fall with Reggie this season. A part of me doesn’t want to trust him at all. A part of me wants to get him in every PPR league as a RB2 and get points in bunches in the Lions pass happy attack. I’m glad I have time to think this one over.
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The Detroit Lions found their playmaker at running back in Reggie Bush and upgraded their secondary with safety Glover Quin.
But there's still a lot of make-or-break work to do before the season opens. Here are 10 questions that have to be answered:
1. Who will be the pass-rusher to replace defensive end Cliff Avril, now with Seattle?
This is easily the biggest void that has...
According to Michael Silver of Yahoo! Sports, a source has told him that the Oakland Raiders are truly interested in trading for Seahawks’ quarterback Matt Flynn.
A league source said the Raiders have legitimate interest in acquiring Flynn, who could likely be pried from Seattle for as little as a fourth-round pick.
The best move for the Raiders would be to either draft Geno Smith...
After some of the picks Detroit Lions general manager Martin Mayhew made in the first two rounds of the 2011 and 2012 NFL Drafts, fans and pundits alike were left scratching their heads. But now as we look back, we can see that Mayhew has started to look like a genius, at least when it [...]The post Martin Mayhew: Insane or Genius? by Russ Thomas appeared first on WCSN - The Water...
Colt McCoy the quarterback that the former Browns regime deemed as useless has value to the Oakland Raiders. Sources are reporting the Raiders would be willing to trade Carson Palmer to the Browns for Colt McCoy. McCoy who was replaced as the Browns starter last season, is said to be close to being released by the Browns.
The Raiders see value in McCoy and sources have reported all...