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It's been a busy first few days of free agency for the Raiders , a team that managed just four wins in 2013 and have needs up and down the roster as they look ahead to 2014.
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Im back Raider Nation, now that Free agency is starting to take shape, The priority needs for Oakland are becoming more obvious.
Vance Walker drew interest from teams across the league this week and had a visit to Seattle all set up for Sunday.
Every year, the Biletnikoff Award is given to the best Wide Receiver in college football.
Even after signing LaMarr Woodley and Justin Tuck since the start of free agency, the Oakland Raiders aren't done upgrading their defense.
Veteran defensive end Antonio Smith and veteran offensive tackle Michael Oher are the latest players on their way to Alameda to meet with Raiders officials about the prospect of wearing silver and black next season.
Free agency for the Oakland Raiders this season has been mostly a head-scratcher.
The big New York Giants news Thursday was not about a player they acquired but rather about one they lost, as team captain and 2013 sack leader Justin Tuck left to sign with the Raiders.
The Raiders say offensive lineman Rodger Saffold failed a physical because of a torn labrum, after which they sent him on his way rather than pay him $42.5 million over five years.
The Oakland Raiders signed defensive end Justin Tuck on Thursday. The two-year deal is worth $11 million, according to ESPN.
Dallas Cowboys defensive end DeMarcus Ware walks on the field during a NFL football game on Thanksgiving against the Oakland Raiders at AT&T Stadium.
The Washington Redskins had massive needs in the secondary coming into the offseason, and they have tried to fill those needs without making splash signings.
The Oakland Raiders have had 15 different quarterbacks start at least one game since Rich Gannon last played in 2004, and while the team may still have a big need at the position, current Houston Texans QB Matt Schaub isn't the answer.
The Oakland Raiders aren't expected to draft a quarterback this year, but they are definitely in the market for a veteran quarterback this offseason.
Offensive lineman Rodger Saffold, who agreed to a five-year contract worth a maximum of $42.5 million, failed his physical and won't be joining the Raiders, the club announced Wednesday night.
Looking for a quarterback with a great cannon, Jango has perhaps the most powerful gun in the draft.