The Seahawks have agreed to a deal with PFW's best free agent still available, former Raiders TE Zach Miller.
According to a report, the Raiders have rescinded the franchise tag on OLB Kamerion Wimbley and instead signed him to a five-year contract worth $48 million.
By re-signing FS Michael Huff, the Raiders will be able to use a unique formation on defense this season.
Randy Moss' career didn't lack for brilliant moments, but controversy followed him at times.
WR Randy Moss will retire, ESPN's Adam Schefter reported Monday.
Raiders WR Jacoby Ford could miss a few weeks of training camp due to a broken left hand, the team's head coach, Hue Jackson, told reporters on Sunday.
The Raiders have lost CB Nnamdi Asomugha and OG Robert Gallery this offseason, but were able to re-sign S Michael Huff.
Trent Edwards, who played for both the Bills and Jaguars last season, has agreed to a one-year contract with the Raiders.
The Raiders have re-signed Khalif Barnes, giving the veteran offensive lineman a one-year contract.
The Raiders have signed most of their 2011 draft choices and they should be on the field for the team's first practice of the year.
Former Raiders QB Bruce Gradkowski has agreed to sign with the Bengals, his agent Rick Smith announced on Twitter.
Raiders OLB Kamerion Wimbley had a breakout season in 2010, but the team's decision to give him the franchise tag could be a huge hit to the rest of the roster.
MLB Rolando McClain and CB Stanford Routt have to improve their coverage skills for the Raiders to maintain their ranking as one of the NFL's top pass defenses.
Kerry Collins announced his retirement on Thursday. His career lasted 16 seasons with five different teams.
The Raiders might lose a lot of talent in free agency, but they are hoping to hold on to their two top offensive players set to hit the market: TE Zach Miller and RB Michael Bush.