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Chicago Bears and Seattle Seahawks interested in the same free agent center

Among the many problems that the new Chicago Bears front office must address is re-modeling the offensive line. In that spirit they may look to sign a free agent center…. AROUND COVER32 NFL Draft Preview: The 10 best edge pass rushers on the board Five Things: The biggest offseason winners thus far in the NFL According to Bears beat writer Aaron Leming, they have interest in...
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11 days ago  |  Discuss

Is Stefen Wisniewski leaving the Raiders to play guard?

The Oakland Raiders and Stefen Wisniewski are parting ways after being unable to agree to a value for the former starting center. Rumors were that Wisniewski wanted to be paid somewhere near or above $6 million while the Raiders were more in the $3-4 million range. Wisniewski was a decent player for the team but was far from being anything special. In fact, he was a guy that I would...
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16 days ago  |  Discuss

Wisniewski Appears to be Done with Raiders

View image | The Oakland Raiders are ready to spend on free agents with about $60 million (possibly $70 million with more cuts) in cap space and they have a general manager in Reggie McKenzie who believes in drafting players and re-signing them.  That sounds like a formula in which Stefen Wisniewski would be given a rewarding contract. After being drafted in the...
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20 days ago  |  Discuss

Seahawks Top 6 Free Agent Targets

6 – Stefen Wisniewski Stefen Wisniewski could help add depth to an injury prone Seattle Seahawk offensive line. Wisniewski is a 25 year old center who played last year for the Oakland Raiders. Wisniewski has played Center his entire career. The Seahawks currently have a Pro Bowl Center in Max Unger, however, he was out for 10 games last year and 3 the previous. Having Wisniewski as...
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21 days ago  |  Discuss

Oakland Raiders Must Retain Stefen Wisniewski

About a year ago, the Oakland Raiders watched as two pro-bowl caliber talents—defensive end Lamarr Houston and left tackle Jared Veldheer—left for other clubs in free agency. While Houston's season with the Chicago Bears ended early due to injury, Veldheer was part of an Arizona Cardinals offensive line that made the playoffs despite having to protect three different starting...
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29 days ago  |  Discuss

Raiders Likely To Allow Stefen Wisniewski To Test Free Agent Market

Michael Wagaman of writes that it appears as though the Oakland Raiders are willing to allow C Stefen Wisniewski test the free agent market in the coming weeks. According to Wagaman, Wisniewski appears to be targeting a contract in the neighborhood of $3 million or more per year. As of now, the Raiders haven’t given any indications that they are willing to meet Wisniewski’s...
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February 05, 2015  |  Discuss

Raiders Have Made C Stefen Wisniewski A Few Offers, But Not What He’s Looking For

Impending free agent C Stefen Wisniewski mentioned that the Raiders have extended him a few contract offers, but they have apparently been short of what he’s looking for, per Josh Dubow. There is a chance that Wisniewski could be playing his final game with the Raiders on Sunday when they take on the Denver Broncos. Wisniewski, 25, is finishing up his four-year, $4,135,402 rookie...
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December 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Raiders Mailbag: Does Stefen Wisniewski need to go? 3-4 lineups and surprise cuts

Ok Raider Nation, we are ever so close. Training camp begins on the 25th of July, that’s next week!! The dreadfully slow offseason is almost over and Oakland Raiders football is right around the corner. Till then, let’s take a look at what is on the minds of Raider Nation in this week’s mailbag: @YourAutumnWind @RaidersReporter @AContizano Raiders should have drafted the...
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July 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Getting to know Oakland Raiders guard Stefen Wisniewski a.k.a. Mr. Charity

With the 48th pick in the 2011 NFL Draft, the Oakland Raiders selected Stefen Wisniewski, guard out of Penn State University. Attending Penn State was definitely a move that perpetuated the Wisniewski legacy. His father Leo Wisniewski attended Penn State and was a standout defensive lineman who went on to be drafted in the 1982 NFL Draft by the Baltimore Colts. Leo played four seasons...
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July 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Oakland Raiders need to sign Alex Mack regardless of Stefen Wisniewski

The Oakland Raiders have made a concerted effort to improve the team along both sides of the line. Of the seven players they have added in free agency, four are linemen and a fifth, LaMarr Woodley, will likely be moving to the defensive line. Clearly it has been a priority of general manager Reggie McKenzie to win in the trenches. Given that fact, there is still a move the Raiders...
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March 18, 2014  |  Discuss

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