The Oakland Raiders have been moving pieces around to improve the team heading into next season, and are upgrading draft picks in the process.
Heading into the free agency period, the Oakland Raiders were short on money. At first, the team appeared to be moving slowly, not really making any kind of splash to help the team out in the upcoming season.
Elite Kids Cam Neely Jersey Like most Raiders fans, I too was excited about the prospect of both Patterson and Olawale playing in Gruden’s offense. However, you can not turn a blind eye to the benefits of trading both players, as the Raiders look to build this team for next season, and beyond.
It remains to be seen how his signing Monday affects Marshall, who was limited to five games in 2017, his first season with the Giants, before he was put on injured reserve, needing ankle surgery. Marshall, 33, is due to count $6.1 million on the salary cap, and cutting him would save the Giants $5.1 million on the cap. It is likely the Giants need that money in order to finish up their business in free agency.
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His agent told ESPN last Friday that Grant has been working out and running routes, and that his ankle was cleared by renowned surgeon Dr. Robert Anderson and is not an issue.
If there was an issue with my ankle, I wouldn’t have passed the physical with the Colts and the Raiders, Grant said. I can’t control what [the Ravens] did. I can’t control their assessment of my ankle. I’ve gone to other places. I’ve seen multiple doctors and I’ve passed physicals so that should pretty much speak for itself.
Grant, 27, a fifth-round pick in 2014, caught 84 passes for 985 yards and four touchdowns during his four seasons with Washington.
He provides much-needed depth to a Colts receiving corps that is in need of help; Donte Moncrief signed with the Jacksonville Jaguars and Kamar Aiken is a free agent. T.Y. Hilton and Chester Rogers Donald Stephenson Youth jersey are the only receivers under contract who caught a pass for the Colts last season.
Cornerback Pierre Desir is returning to the Colts on a one-year deal, a source confirmed to ESPN on Tuesday. The Indianapolis Star first reported the deal.
Desir was limited to nine games in 2017 due to torn pectoral muscle. He was the team’s No. 2 cornerback at the time of the injury.
Also on Tuesday, the Colts signed veteran center/guard Matt Slauson.