• Free-agency review: Raiders

    Summary of 5 articles · Updated Mar 18, 2014
    For the Raiders to create holes and, in Houston's case, get older in the process is not efficient free-agency management. He is a solid player, and I think he can be the Raiders' best veteran cornerback in a few years. If D.J. Saffold’s contract wound up getting bounced because of concerns about his shoulder, though, and the Raiders are still looking for a sure starter at left tackle. He was released by Tampa Bay last week after the Buccaneers reached an agreement with former Cincinnati Bengals offensive tackle Anthony Collins on a five-year deal worth $30 million.
    Source: ESPN.com
    • PFT Live: Jared Veldheer, Raiders talk with Scott Bair

      The Raiders watched left tackle Jared Veldheer sign with the Cardinals early in free agency and it seemed that they were set to spend money that Veldheer might have gotten on Rodger Saffold instead. Saffold’s contract wound up getting bounced because of…
  • Former Bucs LT Penn agrees with Raiders

    The Oakland Raiders have reached an agreement with former Tampa Bay Buccaneers left tackle Donald Penn, a source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.
    Source: ESPN.com
    • Report: Penn will put signature to paper for Raiders

      A week after failing prized free agent Rodger Saffold on a physical, the Raiders agreed to terms with former Tampa Bay Buccaneers left tackle Donald Penn, according to the NFL Network. Penn, a veteran of 108 starts and 112 games, played in all 16 games …

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