Apparently, the Oakland Raiders don’t have any problem with sixth-round tight end Brandon Myers.
Unlike Stryker Sulak, the Raiders’ other sixth-round rookie who was abruptly cut from the team without being given a reason last week, the Raiders plan to bring Myers to training camp.
The Raiders are on the verge of signing Myers to a four-year deal that includes a signing bonus of just over $90,000, according to a league source.
The former University of Iowa player’s contract will include minimum base salaries and a fourth-year escalator clause that could boost the total value of the deal significantly.
Myers is a two-time All-Big Ten Conference selection.