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MENELIK WATSON RUMORS

Time for the Raiders to sit all of their vets, and play all their younger guys

I’ve been doing a lot of thinking the past few weeks and I’ve come to the conclusion that the Raiders won’t make the playoffs. So why the hell aren’t we blooding our young talent? Heading into Cleveland last Sunday with an 0-6 record, veteran Khalif Barnes shared snaps at right tackle with 2013 second-round pick Menelik Watson. Watson – a raw product who needs all the...
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23 days ago  |  Discuss

Donald Penn sees great potential in Menelik Watson

The Oakland Raiders drastically upgraded their roster over the off season while placing much of their focus on improving play in the trenches on both sides of the ball. When the 2014 season starts, the Raiders very well could have up to four new starters along the offensive line including two new starting tackles, one who is just beginning his career and one who is on the backside...
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June 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Oakland Raiders position battle: right tackle

The Oakland Raiders lost both starting offensive tackles from 2013. LT Jared Veldeer was signed by the Arizona Cardinals and RT Tony Pashos is still unsigned. Oakland Raiders offseason position review: offensive line Pashos started 12 games and was very serviceable. He was a good pass blocker, but relied more on technique rather than ability. He was a decent run blocker but...
Via isportsweb.com
April 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Oakland Raiders giving up on Menelik Watson already?

The Oakland Raiders have long had one of the worst offensive lines in the NFL, a problem they have been trying to fix ever since drafting Robert Gallery way back in the 2004 NFL draft. Since taking over responsibilities for drafting as the Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie has taken two offensive tackles in two consecutive drafts and neither one appears destined to anchor an...
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February 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Oakland will lose OT Watson for at least a month

More horrible news, comes out of Oakland today. Today, ESPN.com reported that left tackle Menelik Watson is expected to be sidelined for one month after undergoing arthroscopic surgery on a torn lateral meniscus in his knee. Watson was the starter in the last preseason game this year but was forced to go to the sideline […]
Via NFL Draft Diamonds
September 12, 2013  |  Discuss

Former 'Nole Menelik Watson's ACC ring reads SEC champions

If you thought college football expansion was a dead topic in the offseason, you are right. But apparently Florida State had a nice run in the Southeastern Conference championship game last season. Confused? Thought that was Alabama over Georgia? Yes, so was Florida State's right tackle last season, Menelik Watson. Watson took a photo of his 2012 ACC championship ring, something...
Via Fox Sports Florida
July 10, 2013  |  Discuss
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