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As first reported by Jason La Canfora from NFL Network, the Oakland Raiders are expected to release Kevin Boss sometime tomorrow before the 1PM (PST) deadline for teams to be in compliance with the salary cap number of 120.6M. Kevin Boss was signed last season as a free agent when they lost their own starting [...]
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