The Oakland Raiders expect to have starting right tackle Tony Pashos back for Sunday's game against the Houston Texans.
Pashos missed four of the last five games with a hip flexor and has been limited in practice this week while splitting reps with rookie Menelik Watson. Coach Dennis Allen, however, hinted that Pashos likely will start and Pashos later confirmed it.
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24 days ago
Starting offensive linemen Tony Pashos and Andre Gurode are inactive for the Oakland Raiders against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Pashos (hip) and Gurode (quadriceps) did not practice all week and were doubtful to play Sunday's game.
Receiver Juron Criner was inactive for the seventh straight game and newcomer also did not suit up for Oakland.
The Steelers are mostly healthy with...
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October 27, 2013
The Oakland Raiders have signed tackle Tony Pashos and released tackle Alex Barron.
The team also signed seven players to the practice squad Monday, including five waived by the team on Saturday.
Receiver Greg Jenkins, defensive backs Chance Casey and Shelton Johnson, guard Lamar Mady and tight end Brian Leonhardt were brought back to the practice squad. Oakland also signed tackle...
The Oakland Raiders agreed to terms with veteran OT Tony Pashos on Monday.
Pashos, 33, was recently released by the Redskins, but the Raiders have a major need at tackle, so it makes sense for them to see what Pashos offers at this point in his career.
It appeared as though Oakland was going to enter the 2013 season with Alex Barron as their starting left tackle, but the team released Barron...
The Cleveland Browns released journeyman offensive lineman Tony Pashos last week, who had been oft-injured during his two-year stint with the Browns. Pashos was a steady fixture, when healthy, on the right side of the offensive line.
The real surprise, after not being able to reach a contract re-negotiation agreement, was the release of Eric Steinbach, the starting left guard...
The Browns recently informed outspoken libertarian and Ron Paul supporter Tony Pashos that he’ll be released by the team, and Pashos is “really upset” about it.
According to Pashos’s agent Rick Smith, the former Browns right tackle played all of last season with a ruptured tendon in his left foot that required surgery that will take 9-10 months to recover from. Pashos claims...
The statements rolled onto Tony Pashos Twitter page, thank you after thank you, all directed to Cleveland Browns fans who obviously were telling him how much they admired the right tackle and his efforts in a difficult 2011 season.
Pashos explained Monday evening why he risked the health and well-being of his ankle by playing the season with a ruptured tendon in his foot. That led...
The Cleveland Browns will release right tackle Tony Pashos, according to a report from the Plain Dealer’s Mary Kay Cabot. Pashos will likely be cut by Tuesday, just one week after he had surgery on an injured left foot. Cabot spoke with his agent, Rick Smith, who stated that the he was “really upset” about the move.
The background is that Pashos played most of the 2011-12 season...
Pashos recently became a father, and he's already learning things from the experience.
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