Rookie quarterback Tyler Wilson, whom the Raiders waived on Sunday, went unclaimed on Monday, according to the NFL’s transaction log.
Wilson, a fourth-round pick of Oakland, is now free to sign with any other club.
According to Jason La Canfora of CBS, who first reported that Wilson passed through waivers, the Arkansas product is “most likely” to land on the Raiders’ practice squad. Were Wilson to join any practice squad, he could be signed away if added to another club’s active roster.
Wilson was one of the highest-profile cuts in an active weekend of transactions around the league. The Raiders initially kept him on the roster when paring their roster to 53 players, but he was let go the following day. Terrelle Pryor, Matt Flynn and Matt McGloin are the Raiders’ three quarterbacks.