Raiders place Khalil Mack, Vadal Alexander on did not report list

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The Raiders placed offensive lineman Vadal Alexander and defensive end Khalil Mack on the reserve/did not report list.

Mack was not expected at camp as he seeks a new deal. He also skipped the Raiders’ mandatory minicamp.

Alexander was suspended for four games for violating the league’s performance enhancing drug policy, but he still is permitted to practice and play in the preseason.

The 2016 seventh-round pick played 24 games and made nine starts for the Raiders the last two years. But Oakland spent its first two picks on offensive lineman, decreasing Alexander’s chances of making the roster upon his return.

16 responses to “Raiders place Khalil Mack, Vadal Alexander on did not report list

  1. Might as well cut Alexander. He’s a back up that’s suspended for the first 4 games of the year and he doesn’t show up? Waste of a roster space.

  2. Just because Khalil when to school in Buffalo doesn’t mean he’ll get traded there.

  3. I don’t care HOW good a guy is…or how badly he’s being “disrespected”. You have a contract, get your prima-donna keester into camp. You’re a football player with a contract. Be a man for the first time in your life.

  4. Khalil Mack is arguably the best defensive player in the league.

    Vadal Alexander is arguably the worst o-lineman in the league.

  5. I’d trade Mack. New coach, new defense, and the guy doesn’t even want to be there. If he doesn’t want to be a Raider, help him find the exit sign. Good riddance!

  6. mediasloppy says:
    July 27, 2018 at 11:10 pm

    Why in the world did the Raiders hire Gruden when the team has so much potential.


    The answer is that Son-of-Al did it as a publicity stunt. Clearly no other team was interested in hiring Gruden and there was no logical justification in throwing 100 mil. at a mediocre-at-best HC..

    Sadly a relatively large portion of the fanbase is currently drinking the Koolaid. What’s even more sad is that just 2 years ago, the Raiders seemed to be emerging from their 13 year slump and with a 12-4 record and looked like a young team on the rise. With the acquisition of a cancer like Lynch last year (another publicity stunt) and with the way that Gruden has been decimating the roster, it looks like 4-12 may be an optimistic projection for 2018.

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