NFP: Miller cut, L.Walker tries out

No response from the Raiders as yet, but the National Football Post reported the club had cut return specialist/cornerback Justin Miller and had former Raiders tackle Langston Walker in for a tryout.

Miller failed to get outside the 20-yard line on his first three returns against Houston. He replaced Louis Rankin, who was cut and signed to the practice squad of the Seattle Seahawks. Nick Miller, the undrafted free agent who won the job in training camp, is still recovering from a broken bone in his shin.

Walker was a former starting right tackle for the Raiders, but signed a five-year, $25 million deal with the Bills to be their left tackle. He was cut Sept. 8.

The Raiders lost starting right tackle Cornell Green from two to four weeks with a calf injury.


Jerry McDonald - NFL Writer

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  • RaiderRobG

    It’s getting to be comical around here. I didn’t think I’d have to abandon my pre-season predictions so early.

    I think I’ll go buy a Bret Favre jersey and enjoy watching some football this year.

    Go Vikings!

  • halster

    RealMaddenRaider, I have to say that I agree about the Crabtree comments.
    For the Raiders to have similar success, it would mean having a rational
    organization that wants to succeed. I too fart in Al Davis’s general direction.
    On a lighter note, where is MistaBrowneye when you need to fart. My suggestion
    is to have everyone chip in 50 cents or so and have the punk dipped in sh-t,
    sent to the baddest hood in Browneye heaven (Cleveland). He could be a hood