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According to various sources, the Oakland Raiders have signed former Houston guard Mike Brisiel and former Ram CB Ron Bartell. Both signings come almost immediately after the team announced the release of LB Kamerion Williams. Brisiel is expected to jump right into contention for the vacancy created yesterday by the release of Cooper Carlisle. Brisiel [...]
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Hello again RaiderNation, it is time for part six of my article on the new Oakland Raiders. In this article, we are going to talk about the Oakland Raiders new Special Teams Coordinator Steve Hoffman, Assistant Special Teams Coach Keith Burns, Strength and Conditioning Coach Al Miller, and Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach John Grieco. [...]
The Raiders aren’t making much noise in free agency and will attempt to build through the draft. Missing are five of their original seven draft selections and in their place are five players that may contribute in 2012.
A couple more selections may be awarded as compensatory selections, but that is yet to be determined.
What is the best case and worse case scenarios for the Raiders’...
When Free-Agency first started, many Oakland Raiders fans were hoping that the Oakland Raiders would make attempts to sign big-name players like; Carl Nicks, Cortland Finnegan, and Brandon Carr. For the first 3 and a half days the Oakland Raiders were somewhat quiet, getting the cap situation in order, and letting the first wave of [...]
We’re three days into NFL Free Agency, and the Raiders have yet to sign a player from another football team. That could change soon. Oakland has cornerback Ron Bartell and guard Mike Brisiel in for visits today, in the hopes of bolstering the secondary and finding a replacement for recently-cut guard Cooper Carlisle. Bartell just [...]
The Bears have made it clear they're in the market for a pass rusher, and it's been made clear that they like Raiders DE Kamerion Wimbley. Wimbley has already collected on a $6.5-million bonus from the Raiders and is due to collect a lot more by the end of the weekend or he's likely to be cut to save some cap room.
By 3:00pm Chicago time today we'll know if one...
The Oakland Raiders released linebacker Kamerion Wimbley on Friday.Wimbley was one year into a $48 million, five-year deal and was cut because he was unable to work out a restructured contract with the Raiders."We tried feverishly to work it out, but we couldn't," Wimbley's agent Joe Linta said. "The Raiders' salary-cap and cash constraints were too great...
It is finally done. As reported by Adam Caplan via Twitter, the Oakland Raiders have informed Kamerion Wimbley’s agent that Mr. Wimbley is being released. This marks the end to a very interesting ride for Kam as a Raider. Al Davis made him a very rich man. Not that Wimbley didn’t play his tail off [...]
The news has been growing louder and louder over the past few weeks that linebacker stud Kamerion Wimbley and the Oakland Raiders would be parting ways if a restructure couldn’t be worked out. Rumor has it today that the news is about to hit a deafening loud point, as the team is expected to issue him a pink slip today.
Just a year after coming to a long-term deal...
Tight end Kevin Boss has agreed to a three-year pact with the Kansas City Chiefs worth $9M.
So Boss stays in the AFC West after serving a short one-year stint with the rival Raiders in 2011. He will see plenty of action in two tight end sets under new offensive coordinator Brian Daboll - but will be a low-end No. 2 fantasy option at best, especially if Tony Moeaki makes...
The Raiders went the morning without doing anything of note but there was a flurry of Raider related activity in the afternoon. At about 12:30 PM Pacific, it was reported by numerous sources that the Raiders would, in fact, cut LB Kamerion Wimbley.If the Raiders had not cut Wimbley by 1:00pm Pacific, his contract called for a large amount of the contract to be guaranteed and that...
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