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The news had it that Seneca Wallace was visiting the Raiders and somewhat close to coming to agreement, but that must not have been the case. Seneca Wallace reportedly signed with the Saints today on a one-year deal.
Assuming that Seneca Wallace is officially a backup and only a backup, you have to think New Orleans would be a preferable place to try and win the backup job. The Saints have talent and are getting their head coach, Sean Payton, back after a one-year suspension for “bounty-gate” 1 conclusions.
Details of the deal were not immediately disclosed, but judging by other deals we’ve seen, including here with Jason Campbell, I’d be surprised if it was a whole heck of a lot of NFL dollars.
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I did that on purpose because I know some of you DESPISE the “bounty-gate” label.
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According to Matt Miller of Bleacher Report, the name he’s hearing that’s been associated the most with the Oakland Raiders, is Florida defensive tackle Sharrif Floyd. The name I hear most linked to the #Raiders? Sharrif Floyd. Team wants an inside pass rusher and he’s the best in this class. — Matt Miller (@nfldraftscout) April 15, 2013 Floyd is one of the top defensive...
Quarterback Seneca Wallace signed with the Saints on Monday, the team announced, five days after he was linked to the Raiders.
His deal is reportedly for one year. He’ll compete with Luke McCown to the backup to Drew Brees.
Wallace worked out for the Raiders last Wednesday and early reports indicated that he agreed to a deal with the team.
Those reports were later proven to be...
The 6’5 240 pound Terrelle Pryor has been steadfast in his belief that he can become a starting quarterback in the NFL although many scouts disagree with him. When the Oakland Raiders traded for Matt Flynn it was a clear sign that Reggie McKenzie and Dennis Allen did not have faith in Terrelle Pryor as their starting quarterback this year. While Pryor has shown some promise as...
Seneca Wallace was all but signed and sealed to play in Oakland, and then suddenly the Raiders changed their minds, and told Wallace they’d call him.
Wallace didn’t wait around for such a call, and according to Pro Football Talk has agreed to terms with the Saints in a backup role of course.
Wallace joins Luke McCown in competition to back up Drew Brees. He’s simply competing...
The Oakland Raiders have re-signed running back Jeremy Stewart who played in four games last season, racking up 101 yards on 25 carries. Stewart will be vying with Rashad Jennings for playing time behind lead back Darren McFadden.
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Remaining “overweight and out of shape,” the National Football Post reports free agent JaMarcus Russell is drawing “very little interest” from league executives. The 27-year-old Russell, a 300-pounder who announced a comeback attempt in January, allegedly “hasn’t changed his habits” or “learned anything.” Russell, selected by the Oakland Raiders out of Louisiana...
The New Orleans Saints have come to terms with free agent quarterback Seneca Wallace on a one-year contract. He will be competing with Luke McCown for the primary backup spot on the roster.
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The New Orleans Saints announced Monday on the team’s Twitter account that Seneca Wallace has signed a one-year deal with the club.
The 32-year-old Wallace spent the first seven years of his career with the Seattle Seahawks, primarily as a back-up to Matt Hasselbeck. He left for the Cleveland Browns in 2010, spending two seasons there amongst the revolving door of Cleveland quarterbacks...
According to the New Orleans Times-Picayune, former Seahawks and Browns quarterback Seneca Wallace has agreed to a one-year deal with the Saints.Fantasy Spin:Last week it appeared that Wallace would sign with Oakland but instead he opted for New Orleans where he'll back up the veteran Drew Brees. Over the last eight seasons, Brees has missed just one game, which makes it highly...
According to ProFootballTalk.com, the Oakland Raiders brought in Houston cormerback D.J. Hayden for a visit.Hayden almost died at a practice during the 2012 season.Fully healed less than five months after a routine hit nearly claimed his life, cornerback D.J. Hayden is visiting the Raiders on Tuesday, per a source with knowledge of the situation.Hayden severed his inferior vena...
Oakland Raiders owner Mark Davis can’t help but admire how well the San Francisco 49ers’ has been put together over the past few years. “You have to have a very solid team and then you can plug one or two guys in,” Davis said in an exclusive interview with Bay Area News Group. “I hate to use the example of the team across the bay, but they’re in a position now where they...
If the Oakland Raiders and Cleveland Browns have it their
way, there may be a few trades agreed to early in this year’s NFL Draft. Peter King of Sports Illustrated reports that the Raiders and Browns both want to
trade down from their No. 3 and No. 6 selections.
The Raiders are hoping to add a second-round pick, as they
are without one this year due to their previous trade with...