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Oakland Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie told Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network that Matt Flynn is their presumed starter at quarterback right now.
From TA: #Raiders GM Reggie McKenzie told me Matt Flynn is “going into this offseason as the presumed starter.” But sounds very open.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) May 2, 2013
On #Raiders rookie QB Tyler Wilson, McKenzie told me: “He comes in at the bottom until he can maneuver his way up by his play.”
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) May 2, 2013
It only makes sense for Flynn to be the starter until someone out plays him. He’s the most talented quarterback the Raiders have.
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Oakland Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie told Ian Rapoport of NFL.com that offseason acquisition Matt Flynn is entering camp as the team's "presumed starter" at quarterback. However, Rapoport adds that the Raiders QB situation in general seems to be "very open."
From TA: #Raiders GM Reggie McKenzie told me Matt Flynn is "going into this offseason...
Quarterback Vince Young can now look elsewhere for a job after his biggest hope of joining an NFL team was dashed away last weekend, according to NFL.com's Ian Rapoport.
The Oakland Raiders reportedly had quite an interest in Young, who really impressed them during a workout in April, but once they selected Tyler Wilson in the 4th round, they're no longer in the market...
After a 480 yard, 6 touchdown outing in 2011, Packers quarterback Matt Flynn was one of the hottest QB's on the market. Trying to compete with San Francisco, Pete Carrol and the Seahawks snatched Flynn up. Flynn was set to be the starter and take Seattle to great places, and this is where Russell Wilson comes in. Russell Wilson was a very talented QB at the University of Wisconsin...
After taking Arkansas quarterback Tyler Wilson with the 112th pick in last weekend’s draft, the Oakland Raiders are no longer interested in free agent Vince Young. The 29-year-old Young, a two-time Pro Bowler who became a collegiate legend as a Texas Longhorn, hasn’t earned an NFL paycheck since being employed by the Philadelphia Eagles in 2011. The Silver and Black acquired...
Earlier this offseason, the Oakland Raiders showed some interest in Vince Young. It looks like things have now changed after drafting Tyler Wilson last weekend.
According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, the Raiders are no longer interested in Young.
For #Raiders fans: Vince Young no longer has interest from OAK after drafting Tyler Wilson. I’m told he’s not interested in...
Earlier this offseason, it was reported that the Oakland Raiders were targeting free agent quarterback Vince Young. However, since adding quarterback Tyler Wilson in the fourth round of last weekend's NFL Draft, the Raiders are no longer interested in Young, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL.com.
NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reported Wednesday on "NFL Total
Vince Young is still a man without a team. After reportedly putting together some strong workouts for the Oakland Raiders, the Raiders are going in another direction.
After spending a fourth round draft pick on Tyler Wilson, the Raiders lost any interest they had in Young.
Young has been working out with the hope of getting another shot in the NFL after stints in Buffalo and...
Ian Rapoport reports that the Oakland Raiders no longer have interest in free agent QB Vince Young now that they added rookie Tyler Wilson to their roster.
The Raiders brought Young in along with Troy Smith for a workout a few weeks before the draft. The Seahawks also showed some interest in Young as well, but elected to sign Brady Quinn as their backup.
Rapoport adds that Young...
One of the problems for unemployed veterans is the NFL Draft. Younger and cheaper players come in and make unemployed high profile vets less attractive.
It isn’t just Vince Young, but think of players like Dwight Freeney or Charles Woodson, who are still having a problem having finding a job.
VY thought the Raiders were interested, but that was before they drafted a quarterback...
SANTA CLARITA, Calif. – Former College of the Canyons tight end Mychal Rivera was picked in the sixth round of the 2013 National Football League Draft by the Oakland Raiders with the 184th overall pick, while former offensive lineman Lou Alexander, defensive end Marquis Jackson and offensive lineman Caylin Hauptmann have each signed rookie free agent contracts with other NFL teams.
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