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  1. Devy league. 14 teams. PPR. 2021 1st, 2020 Devy 1.14, Calvin Ridley, Zamir White for A. Kamara.
  2. The Raiders are set to start playing in Las Vegas during the 2020 season after decades playing in Oakland. They'll give a kid connected to both markets a shot to make the squad. They signed hybrid linebacker/safety Javin White out of UNLV as an undrafted free agent on Saturday, the football program confirmed on social media. White is an Oakland native who went to McClymonds High and played linebacker, safety and cornerback during his career with the Rebels. He stands 6-foot-3 and 205 pounds and could've been a late-round pick in the recently concluded NFL Draft, but got to pick is destination and chose to stay close to school. In fact, both the Raiders and UNLV will start playing in the brand-new Allegiant Stadium being built just off the Las Vegas Strip. White is one of a few undrafted players to agree on terms with the Raiders in undrafted free agency. The Silver and Black don't have many spots available, they'll add several in this frenzied time right after the NFL draft. Bookmark our Raiders undrafted free agent track for updates on new additions to the squad. Here are the undrafted players committed to joining the Raiders: -- LB/S Javin White, UNLV (UNLV Football) -- WR George Mariner, Utah State (Houston Chronicle) -- LS Liam McCullough, Ohio State (Columbus Dispatch) -- DT Mike Panasiuk, Michigan State (NFL Draft Diamonds) I'm not going to pretend to know anything bout these guys.
  3. Exactly, add in Trent Brown to the mix because if he had to pay Mack we couldn't have gotten him.
  4. Round 1, pick 12: Henry Ruggs III, WR, Alabama 😀 Round 1, pick 19: Damon Arnette, CB, Ohio State 😔 Round 3, pick 80: Lynn Bowden Jr., WR, Kentucky 😀 Round 3, pick 81: Bryan Edwards, WR, South Carolina 😍 Round 3, pick 91: Tanner Muse, S, Clemson 🥱 Round 4, pick 109 (from Lions): John Simpson, G, Clemson 😃 Round 5, pick 139: Amik Robertson 😃 Coming around on the draft. We'll see if Arnette is a reach or not. I like the idea of turning WR into a strength. I like the dichotomy of Ruggs and Edwards skill set. No reason to cut Williams or Jackson at this point, but if these Rookies guys work out we can go into next year's free agency with an extra $20-30 Million salary cap.
  5. Edwards has great hands and is very physical. I'm stoked about this pick.
  6. Man, what an underwhelming haul for two first round draft picks.
  7. I loved Lamb's physicality. Hope I'm wrong obviously, we do need a player that puts fear in safeties and we have that now.
  8. Rumor mill has us giving 19 for Jags DE. Don't know how credible this is. We really don't have the cap space for that guy.
  9. I drove by last week when they were testing the lights, it was pretty awesome.
  10. Got to say a Third and Fifth isn't that much for Slay, and at only 16.7 per year. Disappointed we didn't get this done. He's a lot better than Byron Jones and would have been a big plus for the entire defense.
  11. Not a first, maybe two thirds. We're going to have to give him a boatload of money too.
  12. Michael Gehlken @GehlkenNFL Cowboys DT Maliek Collins says in text message he has agreed to terms with the Raiders. So, Collins and TE Jason Witten both headed from Dallas to Las Vegas. Don't know anything about Collins but this is a decent write up.
  13. Solid Linebackers at reasonable prices. Love what we are doing so far.
  14. Time to make this about me. I fly from Las Vegas to Portland to visit my 11 year old daughter for Two days once a month. She is autistic with some underlying digestive issues. I am seriously thinking about cancelling my trip for March, which would be next week. I would have to go through Las Vegas Airport, and Portland Airport, rent a car, stay in a hotel, all on Friday, then see her Saturday. It guts me to cancel but even if there is a 1% chance of giving it to her I don't want to take that risk.
  15. Obvious move, hopefully a prelude to getting Littleton. The Raiders have cleared some cap space ahead of the start of the new league year. The team announced the release of veteran linebacker Tahir Whitehead on Monday. The move clears $6.25 million of Whitehead’s $7.291 million cap number from the Raiders’ books. Whitehead signed a three-year contract with the Raiders in 2018 after spending six seasons with the Lions. Whitehead started every game for the team over the last two seasons while recording 234 tackles, one interception and one forced fumble. Free agency may bring further changes to the team’s linebacking corps. Will Compton said he expects to hit the open market and Kyle Wilber is also set to become an unrestricted free agent next week.
  16. Reports that the Raiders are looking at Mariota. I support this move, we need a good back up and if he prove to be more that's a bonus.
  17. Completely agree that we need a back up with some power. I think there will be someone there in the 3rd round they can get.
  18. (RotoWire) Richard (ankle) signed a two-year contract extension with the Raiders on Wednesday, Scott Bair of NBC Sports Bay Area reports. Analysis: Richard has spent his entire four-year NFL career in Oakland, and he's now set to remain with the Raiders as the team transitions to Las Vegas. The 26-year-old plays a valuable change-of-pace role in the Raiders' offense, and he also offers upside in the kick return game on special teams. In the event that workhorse running back Josh Jacobs (shoulder) manages to improve as a pass-catcher in his sophomore season, however, it could detract from Richard's usage out of the backfield. Richard appeared to suffer an ankle injury during the 2019 season-finale against Denver, and the details of his recovery remain undisclosed. 2 years, $7 mil for Richard. $4.6 mil guaranteed. Vic Tafur@VicTafur The #Raiders and RB Jalen Richard have agreed on a contract extension, as @RapSheet tweeted. Will back up Josh Jacobs. Gruden has compared Richard to Charlie Garner, so you knew there was a great chance he was back. Seems like a lot for him. Great pass catcher, didn't see him breaking a lot of tackles. Sure as heck don't see the Garner comp when I watch him.
  19. It's a particularly weak WR free agent class. I'd actually prefer they sign E. Sanders to a 2 year deal to add some veteran leadership for whoever we draft.