MARCEL REECE RUMORS & GOSSIP
The Raiders started their off-season workout program today with “close to 100%” participation, according to Pro Bowl fullback Marcel Reece. Reece, and many of the Raiders key free agents, took to the podium to talk to the assembled media about their expectations for the 2014 season.
The vast majority of the veterans that the Raiders signed in free agency were 30 or over, something...
@Cover32_OAK if Watkins, Mack and Clowney are gone, should we Take Manziel or Robinson at #5 ?
— Clipp Paul (@barberpaul88) April 9, 2014
If all three of those guys are gone, I firmly believe that Greg Robinson is the best player on the board. I also firmly believe that none of the quarterbacks in this draft are worth the number five pick. If the Raiders were to trade back and...
Free agency begins Tuesday and Oakland Raiders Pro Bowl fullback Marcel Reece has some advice for general manager Reggie McKenzie.
"What I want to see Reggie do, and I'll be honest with you, just like I'll be honest with him, I want him to be fearless," Reece said Saturday night at the team's Commitment to Excellence dinner. "I want to not worry about...
Jerry McDonald of the Bay Area News Group reports that the team has confirmed the hiring of defensive backs coach Joe Woods with Marcus Robertson coming on board as his assistant. Woods had been with the Vikings in the same job for the last eight seasons, but he was let go along with head coach […]The post Oakland Raiders hire two defensive assistants today appeared first on NFL Draft Diamonds.
Oakland Raider Marcel Reece is an undrafted free agent out of University of Washington who was signed by the Miami Dolphins in 2008. The Raiders picked him up and experimented with him in various positions finding that the fullback fit Reece’s skill set the best.
Because of his catching ability paired with his speed, he has been called the “Matchup Nightmare”. His 40 yard dash...
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Oakland Raider’s fullback Marcel Reece is guaranteed a touchdown and over a hundred yards. But only if three running backs get hurt first.
Last week against the Jets, with Darren McFadden, Rashad Jennings and Jeremy Stewart out, Reece gained 123 on 19 carries (including a 63 yard touchdown) and 38 yards on two catches. But he only sees the ball when the Raiders have no other choice...
The Oakland Raiders lone Pro-Bowl player last year Marcel Reece will thrive under the Terrelle Pryor era of Raiders football. Although Reece did have a Pro Bowl season last year, he was not used enough under the failed Greg Knapp regime. Expect Reece to basically play fullback, running back, and tight end throughout the season for the Raiders.
New offensive coordinator Greg Olsen...
The Oakland Raiders have formally announced that Marcel Reece has signed his “exclusive rights” tender. Up to this point Reece has missed some voluntary training, and a few workouts along with the first wave of OTA’s (organized team activities). Raider fans were getting pretty antsy, wondering why Reece had yet to sign. In reality, though, [...]
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Marcel Reece, fullback for the Oakland Raiders may be the first in a new movement of multi-use fullbacks. The 6’3”, 250 lbs. Marcel Reece played wide receiver at the University of Washington and tallied 761 yards and eight touchdowns his senior season. He also holds the Huskies’ record for longest play from scrimmage with a 98-yard