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Raiders roster moves revealed … by someone other than Raiders

The Raiders still haven’t announced their roster moves in reducing from 80 players to the league-mandated 53.

That’s OK. We went the extra mile to unearth the list of players. Here are the players who got waived or terminated (Note: Shawn Bayes and Roy Schuening were waived/injured):

Player Position Experience
Trent Edwards Quarterback 5
Louis Rankin Running back 3
Manase Tonga Fullback 1
Shaun Bodiford Wide receiver 4
Shawn Bayes Wide receiver 1
Chad Jackson Wide receiver 3
Eddie McGee Wide receiver Rookie
Kevin Brock Tight end 1
Daniel Loper Offensive line 7
Alex Parsons Offensive line 1
Roy Schuening Offensive line 2
Mason Brodine Defensive end Rookie
Tommie Hill Defensive end 1
Jamie Cumbie Defensive tackle Rookie
Derrick Hill Defensive tackle Rookie
Chris Francis Linebacker Rookie
Bani Gbadyu Linebacker Rookie
Jeremy Leman Linebacker 2
Sam Williams Linebacker 9
Walter McFadden Cornerback 2
Sterling Moore Cornerback R
Lito Sheppard Cornerback 10
Jeremy Ware Cornerback 2
Stevie Brown Safety 2
Matt Giordano Safety 7
Glenn Pakulak Punter 3

*QB Terrelle Pryor Quarterback Rookie

* He is serving a five-game suspension and doesn’t count against the 53-man roster

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  • Seymour Bush

    Mike Bush’s has EXTREME value later in games, with a lead, when you want to play conservatively, gain yardage, and keep the clock running. Defenses get real tired of seeing a 245 pounder smashing them. Again, that does not show up on a stat sheet. Unfortunately, the Raiders don’t have many 4th quarter leads tho.

  • 504 Raider

    TD LSU. 30-13

  • Seymour Bush

    RaiderRetribution Says:
    September 3rd, 2011 at 7:38 pm

    Mr. Raider, i.e., Mr. Tim Brown returned punts most of his career.
    ========================================

    That’s what I said. Ford returning punts, maybe, kicks, probably not. Many more injuries on KR’s. How ’bout dem Oregon Ducks??

  • raidertay

    I jus don’t get the too valuable to return kicks logic. Football is a violent sport regardless. That’s like sayin DMC is too valuable to play RB. Ford is a HUGE threat back there.

  • RaiderRetribution

    The 3 Raiders with the most trade value are:

    Mr. Bush – 1st round caliber trade value

    Mr. Barksdale – 2nd round caliber trade value (OTs are a hot commodity in the NFL)

    &

    Mr. Lechler, he is the best punter in football, only teams that are a legit Super Bowl contender though would make a trade for him {minus Atlanta, they already took a second mortgage to draft Julio).

  • I am Spartacus

    I remember AL rueing the day Tim Brown blew out his knee returning a punt. I know it is incongrous that Al let him continue to return punts for many more years after that – but that’s Al. He’d rather be right than consistent.

  • rob_raider

    the ONLY reason to keep a 5th back is if we’re trading bush. hey, what the problem here? a backup rb (as good as he is) is more valuable than a starting pro-bowl LB? make up ur minds guys. it’s smart to spin bush into another player and/or picks. taiwan looks great. dmac is awesome. bennett is a solid backup. plus u have rock. we have no other tradeable parts. our wr depth is hurt right now and none of them are proven anyway. maybe meyers for a 6th rounder.

    i expect bush to be traded.

    i expect wand to be replaced soon.

    i expect miller to be replaced by pryor.

    i expect meyers to possibly be dealt.

    i expect porter to be replaced w/ a vet.

    i expect a FS to be signed.

  • RaiderRetribution

    to do all 3, WR, KOR/PR is not good for the player or the team

    wears him out too much, becomes ineffective at all 3, it happened to Dante Hall and it happened to Hester

    Let our best WR do what he does best, catch passes, run reverses, and return KOs (hopefully he will not be doing many of those).

  • Pretty Rick

    Nick Miller= the new Sam Williams

  • rob_raider

    barks a 2nd round value? he was just drafted in the 3rd! gimme a break!

  • 504 Raider

    raidertay Says:
    September 3rd, 2011 at 7:41 pm
    I jus don’t get the too valuable to return kicks logic. Football is a violent sport regardless. That’s like sayin DMC is too valuable to play RB. Ford is a HUGE threat back there.

    ————————————————————————————————————–

    Point well taken but,

    Moore was brought in to play WR and is arguably our best WR.

    Ford was drafted for a speed return guy but then we played the Chiefs at Arrowhead.

    Taiwan is gonna be special. Just a matter of touches.

  • Seymour Bush

    raidertay Says:
    September 3rd, 2011 at 7:41 pm

    I jus don’t get the too valuable to return kicks logic. Football is a violent sport regardless. That’s like sayin DMC is too valuable to play RB. Ford is a HUGE threat back there.
    =========================================

    You are exactly right, it’s just there is just a much high percentage of major injuries that happen on kickoff returns than other plays. Which is why you don’t see Chris Johnson, Roddy White, or Reggie Wayne back there returning KO’s.

  • RaiderRetribution

    107, I have to agree with each;
    although Mr. Porter could be on the roster for special team purposes, he blocked the FG last night, and we do need a gunner to replace Mr. Eugene.

  • rob_raider

    yeah, porter i can deal with, i guess.

  • 504 Raider

    I think it came down to who was needed “Now” the most between N Miller and T Edwards until Pryor suspension is over.

  • http://www.actionext.com/playlist_57486.html La Milicia Negra

    Chris Francis didnt survive : (
    but Barnes did, what a piece of crap Hue is..

  • Raider E

    Nick Miller caught every pass thrown to him this preseason dum dums

  • Seymour Bush

    RaiderRetribution Says:
    September 3rd, 2011 at 7:43 pm

    The 3 Raiders with the most trade value are:

    Mr. Bush – 1st round caliber trade value
    =========================================

    I would say the Raiders with trade value would be:

    Trev Scott: good young pass rusher
    Boller: has got NFL starting experience
    Mario Henderson: can play, he just can’t play well.
    L. Murphy: probably our best receiver right now.

  • RaiderRetribution

    our LBs

    OLB Wimbley, Groves (yes I have him 2nd string)

    MLB McClain

    OLB Davis, Blackstock

    you know Rolando goes down, we’re screwed

  • alex7

    RR

    Let me GUARANTEE you that no one in the NFL would trade a 1st rounder for Bush.

    Quality RBs are too easy to find.

    When guys like Chris Ivory, Peyton Hillis, Green-Ellis, Blount, Danny Woodhead, and Mike Goodson come out of nowhere to have big seasons,

    you don’t trade a 1st rounder for an average NFL back.

  • RaiderRetribution

    Mario?

    Thankfully he is not even on our roster, never even played for us this year in camp, he is a UFA and has been since his contract ended last winter.

  • RaiderRetribution

    anything more than a 4th is profit!

  • JediRaider

    Not too happy about our LB or CB situation – depth is horrible and the young guys are going to take a while to develop. Sterling Moore is a shocker; I thought he played better than all the other CB’s other than Routt. RT will continue to be a problem this year. We need to cut Bennett – I understand Cartwright because of the special teams ability and leadership he brings, but 5 is ridiculous…that has to change before the start of the season.

    Nick Miller needs to go…he’s just not that good.

    4 TE’s? Boss is still down and we need a veteran in there to start the year…wouldn’t be surprised if Myers gets dropped once Boss returns – Gordon is a better blocker and looks pretty decent as a receiver in a backup role. Ausberry will take a while to develop and Coach Davis will certainly give him every opportunity to do it.

    We should take a peek at Merriweather and drop MM34 if he looks good – and we must add a versatile vet LB at a minimum – our LB depth is horrible.

    The Chaz must go…Between DHB’s apparent improvement, the rise of Denarious Moore, and Jacoby Ford we’re set at starting WR’s and Hagan and Murphy are great 4th and 5th options. No reason to wait around for Shillens to get healthy…it’s chronic at this point.

  • Seymour Bush

    RaiderRetribution Says:
    September 3rd, 2011 at 7:54 pm

    Mario?
    ==============================

    Sorry, Samson. My mistake. I am watching Oregon get crushed and trying to keep up. And not doing a very good job obviously.

  • Stickem

    Steve, your piece says, “The Raiders still haven’t announced their roster moves in reducing from 80 players to the league-mandated 53.”

    This is not correct. The Raiders released their roster cuts at 6:30 last night on Raiders.com. In contrast, this article wasn’t published until 6:47.

  • Rooks

    I see that two Rams players with value have been cut. Donnie Avery and Zach Diles would make excellent additions to our team. Avery is a quality receiver still and Diles is a perfect LBer for this squad.

    Agreement?

  • uclahoopsfan

    I was surprised Loper was cut instead of Wand, but as long as we don’t have significant injuries inside it won’t matter. Miller is a very dependable receiver, but I don’t see us keeping 7 receivers. Keeping Bennent was a surprise, although I still think he has a spot in this league as a back up. These moves make me think we are considering trading a back or receiver to get another linebacker. Boyd needs to play better, hope we can get B. Merriwether. Obviously getting Briggs would be great, but I doubt Chicago would trade him unless we offered a number 1 and a young player. I was surprised #56 made the team and Bruce Davis was inconsistent. We really could use some depth at LB and Safety, if not a front line player via trade.

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