Raiders sign center Miller


Center Colin Miller signed a free agent contract with the Raiders Tuesday, providing depth a position where they are thin behind projected starter Stefen Wisniewski.

Miller, 6-foot-3, 300 pounds, was with the Pittsburgh Steelers last year in training camp. He was signed by the Steelers as an undrafted free agent out of Central Michigan.


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  • YoungAmerican

    Glad to see Calvin Branch seems to be staying.

  • RaiderRockstar

    Bush is hot trash. Check out his last 6 starts. he disappeared when we needed him. proved he’ll never be a #1 back

    go root for the Bears if you’re still in love with twinkles toes or Soup

  • RaiderRockstar

    new post

  • HayesDaze37

    MBush has the feet of Jamal Lewis, but with better moves in the open field. Give him a run-oriented O-line to run behind, and he’d be a 1,400+ yd RB.



    Sorry to see the old time scouts dismissed.

    The Raids deserve to be criticized for whiffing on so many early round picks, but I think the Raids have done pretty well with late round selections and would guess these scouts played a role in that.

    Hope their replacements are ready to go.

    Most of you guys are too young to remember the days of BLESTO.

    There was actually a time where NFL clubs used shared scouting services like BLESTO to obtain info on prospects, and some didn’t even maintain their own scouting departments.

    There was a time when only two teams did not subscribe to BLESTO.

    Of course, the Raids were one of them.

    Al insisted on his own network of scouts and player evaluation and adamantly refused to participate in the sharing of information or resources.

    The maverick at his best.

  • cranium68

    Late round steal I really liked Oren O’neal in the 7th – broke his leg in the pre-season before his 2nd year and was never able to make it back. But he was a solid FB his rookie year. I liked the kid.

    Is it just me or do the Raiders need to add a lot of players to get the roster up to 90?