Raiders agree to terms with Emmanuel Lamur

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The Dolphins were hoping for a visit from Emmanuel Lamur, but the linebacker didn’t leave Oakland without agreeing to terms, Michael Gehlken of the Las Vegas Review-Journal.

Lamur will reunite with two of his former Bengals coaches in defensive coordinator Paul Guenther and linebackers coach David Lippincott. Lamur, 28, spent his first four seasons in Cincinnati.

He was with the Vikings the past two seasons.

Lamur has played 71 games with 15 starts, making 180 tackles and two interceptions.

The Raiders already have added Tahir Whitehead and Kyle Wilber to their linebacking corps this offseason.

10 responses to “Raiders agree to terms with Emmanuel Lamur

  1. PFF grades with Mike Zimmer: 76, 75

    PFF grades without Mike Zimmer: 37, 39, 48

    Decent player with good coaching but he’ll definitely regress.

  2. Actually, Silver and Black Pride has the real facts “Lamur had his best season as a professional in 2014 under Raiders defensive coordinator Paul Guenther. Lamur started 13 games, had 91 combined tackles, seven passes defensed and two interceptions.”

  3. Decent athletic type LB, who excels on special teams. Solid back-up who contributes when called upon. Good depth type with Vikes.

  4. Another sterling example of Vikings second tier players being able to start for the other, lesser teams in the league. #vikingsworldclass

  5. Raiders got Doug Martin it’s over!! They’re unstoppable!! People tend to forget Gruden’s style of offense relies on backs catching the ball!! 2.9 ok what about Martin in a open field!!

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