Five days into free agency, guys who remain on the market would be wise to find a way to get themselves noticed.
Without getting arrested.
Samson Satele, a free agent who spent 2011 with the Raiders, was arrested in Hawaii early Saturday on disorderly conduct charges, according to the Honolulu Star-Advertiser.
Drafted by the Dolphins in 2007 and traded to the Raiders in 2009, he has appeared in 78 of 80 career games, with 74 starts.
Last season, Satele had 15 starts for the Raiders.
And so the “days without an arrest” meter re-sets. Coincidentally, I noticed on Saturday that the number had climbed to 21, and I wondered for a moment whether it had a chance to get to 100 — the point at which we’ll forever dismantle it.
Only 99 days to go.