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Oakland Raiders Kicker Eddy Carmona sits down with NFLDraftZone’s GuruNation
Last year Eddy Carmona the Harding University star that crushed a 63 yard field goal, had a short stint with the Oakland Raiders. After being released at the end of the preseason Eddy was working hard to find another job in the NFL. Well after having a child, Eddy never lost focus of his dream. He had a work out with Green Bay this off-season but was not signed. He was hoping for another call, and just when you thought the rosters were full, the Oakland Raiders gave him another call. Eddy signed a free agent deal with the Raiders and is excited to be back on the roster. Could the Raiders go towards a brand new Special Teams Unit this year? There is a new coach? Bobby April is famous for taking his guys and leading the division. He did it in Buffalo when he released his veteran Punter for a division 2 prospect named Brian Moorman. How did that work out folks? With Shane Lechler leaving town to Houst...
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In 2012, it was undrafted rookie receiver Rod Streater that flashed early in minicamp and caught Raiders coach’s eyes. Coach Dennis Allen in his second year as coach could have a similar success with undrafted free agent Connor Vernon, who he coached in the 2013 Senior Bowl. A product of Duke University, Vernon was called ‘Wes Welker like’ and a ‘technician’ by Mel...
When the Raiders took Sio Moore with the 66th overall pick in the 2013 draft, former Raiders player and Hall of Famer Willie Brown, who was announcing for the Raiders, gave the pick as “Sio Moore, linebacker, Connecticut.”
You can watch the video of the selection, here.
However, Moore is not just a linebacker. UConn, who boasted a strong defense in 2012, used him as a...
Former New England Patriots and Oakland Raiders defensive lineman Richard Seymour remains unsigned as teams begin meeting for offseason workouts. The former All-Pro is apparently not done yet, as Steve Wyche of NFL.com says the veteran still "definitely wants to play."
"I've had a couple of text conversations with Richard,
and he definitely wants to play,"...
According to Ralph Vacchiano of the New York Daily News, the Giants will bring in free agent linebacker Aaron Curry for a visit.
Curry has been a bust since being drafted by the Seahawks with the fourth overall pick in the 2009 draft. He last played for the Raiders, but was cut back in November.
The biggest reason Curry’s career has gone down hill is because of chronic knee issues.
The San Francisco 49ers announced today that they’ve hired form Raiders wide receiver Ronald Curry as an offensive assistant coach. “The 49ers and our staff are pleased to be initiating Ronald’s NFL coaching career,” said 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh. “Our team will greatly benefit from Ronald’s athletic experiences, and we are happy that he and his wife, Stacie, are...
Here's a link to last year's rookie reports. Now let's get to this year's...
1st round pick: cornerback D.J. Hayden, Houston
-Good change of direction/fluid in the hips and with his back pedal
-Past two years at Houston he’s had six interceptions, with three stealthily scooted in for TD’s
-Has good speed (ran...
Ralph Vacchiano of the New York Daily News reports that free agent LB Aaron Curry will visit with the Giants Thursday.
The Giants are looking for some additional help at linebacker, but according Vacchiano’s source, Curry has drawn interest of “several NFL teams.”
Curry, 27, was taken No. 4 overall by the Seahawks back in 2009 before being traded to the Raiders in exchange...