Found August 31, 2012 on Pro Football Zone:
Getty The Oakland Raiders announced that they’ve released recently acquired wide receiver Roscoe Parrish, and have placed linebacker Aaron Curry on the PUP list.
WR/PR Roscoe Parrish’s contract terminated. — Steve Corkran (@CorkOnTheNFL) September 1, 2012
Raiders also announced that they moved LB Aaron Curry to reserve/PUP list. — Adam Caplan (@caplannfl) September 1, 2012
Curry will have to wait until after week six before he can be activated.

Raiders Claim 3, Release 3, Add 4 to Practice Squad

It was a given that Friday’s Oakland Raiders’ cut down to 53 active players was nowhere near the “final 53″ that will be listed on Monday 9/10 when the team opens up the regular season against the rival Chargers.  Since both Reggie McKenzie and Dennis Allen are rookies in their current positions, we really had [...]

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Oakland Raiders Struggle; Lose 21-3 to Seattle Seahawks in Preseason Finale

The Oakland Raiders dropped their preseason finale to the Seattle Seahawks 21-3 Friday night. On a night where all three phases were off, the Raiders finish the preseason with a 1-3 record. Offensively the Raiders were very conservative, not trying to show their hand with the regular season approaching. The team only ran 42 plays for an embarrassing 101 total yards. Quarterback...

4 Position Battles to Watch Tonight vs. Seattle

The Oakland Raiders’ 4th and final pre-season game can easily be regarded as the least important one. Coaches will look to keep their starters in a minimal amount of time on the field, in order to avoid last-minute injuries, with the regular season debut only a week and a half ahead. But that doesn’t mean [...]

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The Oakland Raiders placed starting linebacker Aaron Curry on the physically unable to perform list Friday and cut returner Roscoe Parrish to get down to the 53-man roster limit. The Raiders waived 17 other players Friday and placed tight end Tory Humphrey (hamstring), punter Marquette King (toe) and safety Brandon Underwood (hip, groin) on the reserve-injured list to cut the roster...

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Seahawks 21, Raiders 3

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Raiders lose to Seahawks 21-3, so what?

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Former NFL players face prison terms in ID fraud scheme

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Camp Wars Episode 5: The Seahawks strike back

The last preseason game for the Oakland Raiders was on Thursday with most of the starters resting for the season opener against the San Diego Chargers, but this game is where the backups cement themselves for the season. Top points of significance from the game Raiders are starting to cement the D in Defense. Not [...]

Former Eagle Would Boost Secondary

The Eagles released veteran cornerback Joselio Hanson on Friday I haven’t seen many interesting players on the cut-down lists, but one name did intrigue me. The Eagles cut Joselio Hanson, an eight-year veteran who has been one of the most underrated slot corners in the NFL since 2006. Hanson just turned 31, but he’s still very quick. I watched him live a few weeks ago and came...

Camp Wars episode 4: A new Raider

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