The Oakland Raiders were the last team that Richard Seymour played for before retiring from the NFL. After spending most of his career with the New England Patriots, Seymour was traded to the Raiders before the 2009 season for a first round draft pick. Seymour went on to anchor the defensive line and acting as the veteran presence in the locker room until he parted ways with the...
Even after rumors tying free agent Richard Seymour to the
Atlanta Falcons recently picked up, the veteran remains unsigned. However, this
could change in the next week, as the Falcons have money coming off the books
which will offer them more salary cap space to strike a deal with Seymour.
NFL.com’s Ian Rapoport reported yesterday that the Falcons
have expressed more interest...
We reported a few days ago that the Falcons and free agent Richard Seymour are engaged in contract talks. According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, there’s “nothing serious” going on between the Falcons and Seymour. #Falcons have expressed interest in Richard Seymour in the past. That’s the closest team to where he lives But there is nothing serious now — Ian Rapoport...
Former New England Patriots and Oakland Raiders defensive lineman Richard Seymour remains unsigned as teams begin meeting for offseason workouts. The former All-Pro is apparently not done yet, as Steve Wyche of NFL.com says the veteran still "definitely wants to play."
"I've had a couple of text conversations with Richard,
and he definitely wants to play,"...
Vic Tafur reports that Raiders DT Richard Seymour will become an unrestricted free agent following the conclusion of the 2012 season.
Oakland restructured Seymour’s contract back in March to free up some additional cap space, but by doing so they voided the remaining four years and $30 million still remaining on his deal.
Seymour, 33, has been hampered by a hamstring injury...
What up RaiderNation? Welcome to this week’s edition of My Two Cents, with your favorite ancient Raider fan, Old Timer. First of all, I want to thank all of you who participated in our most recent poll. As of the time of this writing, RaiderNation thinks Darren McFadden is the offensive player most likely to be cut or traded after [...]
Richard Seymour is to the defense, what Carson Palmer is to the offense in terms of leadership. The former Patriot does it by example. He’s been there, done that. He has accomplished just about everything an NFL player can hope to accomplish. He has 3 Super Bowl rings. He’s been an all-pro 3 separate times. [...]
1. Chemistry in Denver: They got their guy. The only question left is whether or not the likes of Eric Decker and Demaryius Thomas can speak his language. If they pick up Peyton’s system, watch out. If they cannot, Denver’s season will be in trouble early on. 2. Oakland’s youth movement: There has been a [...]
This current Oakland Raiders team has talented players, young and old. And I decided that would rank the best 10 players on the team. It was hard making this list. I had to do my research before I made this list. 1. Richard Seymour, Defensive Tackle Even at 32 years-old, Richard Seymour is still one [...]
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The Oakland Raiders have paid veteran defensive tackle Richard Seymour a $7.5 million roster bonus, insuring that he will return to the team in 2012. Seymour, 32, had been rumored to be on the chopping block due to his large salary, however, Raiders GM Reggie McKenzie told reporters there wouldn’t be any huge changes with the current defense. Seymour is expected to earn $15 million...