Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer
The Raiders join in.
The Raiders join in.
The Raiders switched out a couple defensive backs on Thursday as they continue to revamp their last line of defense.
The Raiders agreeing to terms on a 1-year contract with free-agent S Damarious Randall hours after the team's agreement with CB Eli Apple fell through gives Las Vegas depth and experience in the secondary. Especially since Randall began his career in Green Bay as a cornerback and has only been a full-time safety the past two seasons. Ten of his career 14 interceptions came with the Packers and while he tied for the Browns team lead with 4 picks in 2018, he did not have an interception last year.
Damarious Randall is joining the Las Vegas Raiders on a one-year contract, he told ESPN's Josina Anderson early Friday. Randall was a starter for the Cleveland Browns the past two seasons.
Cornerback Eli Apple will remain a free agent after he and the Las Vegas Raiders were unable to finalize a contract, sources told ESPN.
Raiders and former Saints' CB Eli Apple were unable to finalize a contract, per sources, and Apple remains a free agent. Another one added to the list.
Nearly nine years after being drafted No. 7 overall and more run-ins with the law later, the pass-rusher's NFL career could return. Here's a snapshot.
With a hefty contract (at least for a No. 2) and his first-round pedigree, the former Titans starter isn't your typical clipboard holder.
The Raiders acknowledged on Monday the signings of DT Maliek Collins and OL Eric Kush in free agency. They join the announced signings of LB Nick Kwiatkoski, S Jeff Heath, DE Carl Nassib, LB Cory Littleton, QB Marcus Mariota, TE Jason Witten and WR Nelson Agholor, and the re-signings of LS Trent Sieg, LB Kyle Wilber and RB Rod Smith. Still to be announced - CB Eli Apple, TE Nick O'Leary and DT Daniel Ross.
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The Raiders have now acknowledged on their transactions page the free-agency signings of LB Nick Kwiatkoski, S Jeff Heath and DE Carl Nassib. They also re-signed LS Trent Sieg.
Raiders Free Agency Scorecard Acquired: LB Cory Littleton, QB Marcus Mariota, TE Jason Witten, WR Nelson Agholor, LB Nick Kwiatkoski, DT Maliek Collins, S Jeff Heath, DE/LB Carl Nassib, CB Eli Apple, G Erik Kush, TE Nick O'Leary, DT Daniel Ross Re-signed: RB Rod Smith, LB Kyle Wilber Released: LB Tahir Whitehead (signed with Carolina) Lost: S Karl Joseph (signed with Cleveland) Tendered: QB Nathan Peterman (5th-round), OT David Sharpe (4th-round), LB Nicholas Morrow (2nd-round)
Free agent defensive tackle Daniel Ross has agreed to a contract with the Las Vegas Raiders.
Between Littleton, Nick Kwiatkoski and pass-rusher Carl Nassib, the Raiders are going to look a lot different at linebacker this season.
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The Raiders have acknowledged on their transactions page the signings of linebacker Cory Littleton, quarterback Marcus Mariota, tight end Jason Witten and receiver Nelson Agholor. They have also re-signed running back Rod Smith and linebacker Kyle Wilber.
Marcus Mariota said he has no confusion over who is the Raiders' starting quarterback: "This is Derek's team, and I understand that."