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Raiders re-sign DE, add OL to practice squad

The Raiders re-signed defensive end Brian Sanford and added him to their 53-man roster Wednesday. He fills the void created by the releas of offensive lineman Jack Cornell.
Speaking of Cornell, he was re-signed today and placed back on the Raiders practice squad.
Confused? Don’t be. The Raiders waived Sanford before the Steelers game and signed Cornell from the practice squad because of the need for offensive line depth that day.
Now that the Raiders made it through the Steelers game, they are right back where they were at this time last week, with Sanford on the 53-man roster and Cornell on the practice squad.
In other news, former Raiders safety Michael Huff was waived by the Baltimore Ravens this morning. He recorded five tackles in limited action. He lost his starting job after a disastrous performance against the Denver Broncos in the regular-season opener.
It’s very unlikely that the Raiders will make a run at bringing back Huff, regardless the salary.

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  • rifflicks

    Draft a QB

  • RaidingTexas

    Enough of Huff!

  • Papertiger

    BLURST!

  • http://www.cosmicdanceband.com/ SilverandBlack666

    FORE!!!

  • the electrifying dr robert

    Yes please

  • Charlie

    Yea lets get a guy like Eli Manning so we can be 2-5 not 3-4.

  • Papertiger

    It’s kinda sad in a way that all these ex-Raiders are failing with their new teams after all those years we spent hoping they’d get it together…

    Just kidding! It’s hilarious. Enjoy abject failure, you bums!

  • AutumnThunderstorm

    Guess s that 53rd roster spot isn’t for Burris; maybe Ford, Nix, Butler should step it up in practice and next game.
    21 days and ticking

  • loyal

    Just curious. How long have Raider fans on this blog been fans? I got hooked in 1974. Have missed maybe 6-7 games in almost 40 yrs.

  • the electrifying dr robert

    Wow. U would rather have Pryor over Eli manning.

    There is nothing more to say.

  • Jon Train

    “It’s very unlikely that the Raiders will make a run at bringing back Huff, regardless the salary.”

    Pretty much an indicator of what Cork thinks of the intelligence of people who read this blog.

  • Dakota

    If Reggie brought Huff back for even $1 that would reflect poorly on his judgment.

  • the electrifying dr robert

    Anticipating what he knew idiots would ask.

  • inonewordraider

    Resign veld houston jenkins woodson sims porter add rde and #1wr=contender

  • SlashNHack

    Just to respond to the claims that we were too conservative in the 2nd half. One pick (due to Brice ) , one fumble due to Ford, and incompletions by Pryor. Did he complete only one out of eight in the second half ?

  • rifflicks

    Claiming to be a fan doesn’t mean you understand anything about Football

  • the electrifying dr robert

    I became a fan around 1976.

  • AutumnThunderstorm

    I think, therefore I’m a Raiders fan.

  • rifflicks

    that’s debatable

  • AutumnThunderstorm

    And walker

  • Charlie

    Tiger.

    Agreed. Proof positive that a lack of player talent was the PRIMARY REASON for our disatrous past decade.
    More proof?

    Our defense this year. Same coach, same scheme, 10 new starters!!!!!!

  • Papertiger

    I was born to and raised by Raiders fans from your generation, loyal. Aside from Bo and the Gruden years, it’s been nothing but the Dark Ages for me.

  • Charlie

    Need a good 2014 draft as well. THEN contender.

  • Charlie

    Huff can not compete in the NFL.
    See Seymour, McClain etc.

  • AutumnThunderstorm

    How many Raider fans will give the refs the finger this Sunday?

  • Charlie

    1963. NEVER HAVE MISSED A RAIDER PLAYOFF GAME.

  • Jon Train

    I don’t root for ex-Raiders to fail. Its childish.

    If they happen to fail its maybe vindication that the right move was made to cut them. I can see that.

  • Papertiger

    Cogito ergo Raiders?

  • Dakota

    Slowlando McLame says he was “Feeling like Aaron Hernandez”…..what in insult to Hernandez….Hernandez got away with one earlier murder for a long time and might still get away with his most recent murder ….they were thought-out, planned events….Slowlando McLazy could never pull something like that off!

  • The_Judge37

    As opposed to any other Sunday?

  • AutumnThunderstorm

    Fox’s Piera might have actually made things worse for the refs.

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  • Papertiger

    Depends on the player. I root for a guy like DHB, who doesn’t necessarily have the talent but gave it his all. Not his fault he was drafted so high.

    RoMac, on the other hand…

  • http://www.cosmicdanceband.com/ SilverandBlack666

    Yeah those 2 super bowl trophies are not worth one bad season you tell them Charlie…..

  • Dakota

    Damn, you people are old!

  • Charlie

    Ex Raiders are failing is proof positive that our players have been the problem for the past miserable decade.
    NOT BAD COACHING!!!!!!
    Failing is being an NFL backup. These clowns flat out suck.
    Seymour, McClain, Routt, Huff.
    Stealing Mr. Davis’ money was criminal.

  • loyal

    oh huff

  • Jon Train

    I was gonna mention dhb as the one I absolutely still root for.

  • Dakota

    Criminal draft choices by Al. He deserved to be bilked of his cash for not doing a better job scouting these players’ abilities, or looking into their personalities.

  • hwnrdr

    Since 74

  • Jon Train

    Clearly.

  • AutumnThunderstorm

    Someone should refer him to a mental health specialist, sounded like a cry for help or to stop me from hurting myself or someone else to me.

  • Charlie

    Huff is simply another example of how right Reggie has been on his player personnel moves.
    He is also willing to admit when he missed on guys like Flynn and Bilikidi.
    Unlike the past when we would have signed Bilikidi to a Turdell Sands deal.

  • http://www.cosmicdanceband.com/ SilverandBlack666

    To bad he couldn’t play like Hernandez!

  • the electrifying dr robert

    Kell said the other day that living near an nfl team made u more knowledgable than people who lived in other places.

    Like being in Oakland somehow meant u “heard” things that others wouldn’t. Or something.

    It’s a smart crowd.

  • Papertiger

    One might say that RoMac lacked that killer instinct.

  • Charlie

    Where are all the haters????
    FIRE HUNTER S THOMPSON NOW!

  • AutumnThunderstorm

    revoke Hunter Thompsons license now

  • Dakota

    Didn’t Hunter S. Thompson fire himself years ago?

  • Raideraholic

    Huff is a loser, Keep that 2006 Raider mentality out of here!