Originally posted on cover32 - Raiders  |  Last updated 8/19/14
Oakland Raiders wide receiver Rod Streater continues to have “commercial success” outside of football. Earlier this year, Streater starred in a couple of faux Beats by Dre commercials with resounding success. The commercials saw Streater using the headphones to drown out every day people in rather hilariously rude ways. Now, Streater is back on Youtube with another commercial, this time along side Seattle Seahawks quarterback Terrelle Pryor. Once again they are going for humor but while the commercial is funny, it didn’t quite hit the same mark as the Beats by Streats videos did. He also plays a much smaller role, essentially having only one line in which he makes fun of Pryor. The commercial is for a new app that allows people to see where their favorite celebrities shop, or in other words, a new app that lets celebrities get paid to tell people they shop at certain stores (sorry, too pessimistic? Meh.) Normally an athlete being featured in a commercial is not very noteworthy, but for Streater it is worth mentioning. The former undrafted free agent has flown mostly under the radar in the NFL. Anyone who follows the Raiders closely knows who he is but not many outside of Oakland know of the promising young receiver. But despite that, he is clearly a guy who is active off of the field when it comes to being an entrepreneur so one can only imagine what will happen if Streater actually becomes a household name. You may also be interested in:Raiders WR Rod Streater in new commercial with Terrelly PryorMatt Schaub all but guaranteed to start week oneAre the Raiders giving Matt McGloin a fair shot?
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