The purpose behind Quick Hits is to catch you up on the most important news, notes, and links that you may have missed from the day prior. Without further ado, here are Tuesday’s quick hits:
1. Eagles released offensive lineman, Ed Wang, Monday afternoon.
2. Rookie quarterback, Matt Barkley still believes he’s in the QB race.
3. Offensive lineman, Michael Bamiro has come a long...
According to the Eagles Insider on Twitter, the team has released offensive lineman Ed Wang. Wang was drafted by the Buffalo Bills in 2010 and has also been on the Oakland Raiders in his long and storied NFL career. He will continue on his path to attend training camp with all 32 NFL teams.
Please, feel free to release all of your very appropriate Wang jokes and comments below. Also...
As the NFL continues to become a passing league, offensive tackles are exceedingly important. The Oakland Raiders will start Khalif Barnes and Jared Veldheer at the tackle positions when the regular season starts. That leaves two more roster spots that will be battled for in training camp and preseason games.
Veldheer has improved in his two seasons with the Raiders. Drafted in...
Three days ago the Raiders signed free agent Ed Wang to a contract, the team announced. Wang was a 5th round draft pick out of Virginia Tech in 2010, by the Buffalo Bills. He played in 6 games in 2010 and was waived-injured in 2011 by the team.
He is listed as 6'5", 321 pounds. He played LT at Virginia Tech.
You can follow him on Twitter @EWang77
The Oakland Raiders have signed free agent Ed Wang, who was waived/injured by the Bills at the end of the 2011 season. Wang appeared in a total of 6 games for the Bills after being drafted by the team in the 5th round of the 2010 draft. Wang was the first Chinese-American ever drafted into [...]
Bills former fifth-round pick Ed Wang was released by the club on Tuesday.
Wang has been on the team’s reserve-injured list since the season began. The offensive lineman battled injuries throughout his brief career, missing the first half of his rookie season following thumb surgery.
Now released Wang is free to sign with any NFL club.