2010 NFL Season: Musings and Mutterings On Last Minute Moves By Oakland Raiders

September 6, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

No strangers to controversy, the Oakland Raiders have created some buzz amongst fans and pundits alike with a few unexpected last minute moves that have left us guessing, after an otherwise great and uncanny off-season.
The recent cut of rookie safety Stevie Brown is the only move I've truly hated this off-season.
At the expense of true depth at tight end and fullback, the Raiders cut tight end Tony Stewart and recently cut John Owens, as well as, the very promising blocker Manase Tonga.
Instead, the Raiders have retained linebacker Sam Williams, safety Hiram Eugene, rookie cornerback Jeremy Ware and an extra wideout.
Musings and Mutterings:
Al Davis could not resist the speed of Johnnie Lee Higgins, Yamon Figurs, and Nick Miller and thus decided to axe a tight end.
Perhaps maybe, the Raiders will use a wideout as a tight end.
Marcel Reece however could see time as a third tight end after he lit up the highlight reels in preseason with so...

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