Raiders fullback Marcel Reece is almost never afraid to speak his mind, and Saturday he had some advice for GM Reggie McKenzie.
Lamarr Houston is one of 17 Raiders' players likely to become unrestricted free agents, as the exclusive negotiating period ends on Saturday.
Finding the appropriate price will be key in negotiations between Jared Veldheer and the Raiders, as the left tackle can soon be courted by other teams.
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It’s uncertain what it would take to bring Lamarr Houston to the table with pen in hand, but another recent deal could provide a ballpark estimate.
Six exclusive rights free agents, players who have no negotiating power and must stay with a team if a minimum salary contract is tendered, will be back with the Raiders in 2014.
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As expected, the Raiders declined to use the franchise tag on offensive lineman Jared Veldheer and defensive lineman Lamarr Houston.
We all knew the Raiders would have money to spend in 2014, but exactly how much cap space they would have wasn't clear until Sunday.
The Raiders re-signed offensive lineman Khalif Barnes to a one-year contract for the sixth consecutive time on Friday.
Charles Woodson isn’t looking for a massive pay raise or a multi-year deal, but he doesn't feel the need to prove he can still play after last year.
Charles Woodson wants return to Oakland, but said Thursday that he’d consider retirement if he doesn’t get a fair offer from the Raiders.
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The Raiders locked Taiwan Jones up Monday with a three-year contract extension that employs their special-teams ace through the 2017 season.