Raiders signing tight end off Ravens practice squad

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The Raiders started building for the future before the season even started, so it makes sense they’re continuing to look for developmental talent.

According to Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic, the Raiders are signing tight end Darren Waller off the Ravens practice squad.

A former sixth-round pick of the Ravens, he has served a pair of suspensions for violating the league’s policy on substances of abuse, a four-gamer in 2016 and the entire 2017 season. He was reinstated and went to camp with the Ravens, and has been on their practice squad all season.

A converted wide receiver, he has 12 career receptions for 103 yards and two touchdowns.

11 responses to “Raiders signing tight end off Ravens practice squad

  1. You might want to start swiping people’s offensive lineman. Fire Cable that’s one problem of several fixed.

  2. Raiders fans this guy is super talented!! The Ravens are idiots for not having him on the active roster, he’s a better receiving tight end than anyone on the team but Andrews, and he is a good blocker too

  3. zibet says:
    November 26, 2018 at 2:03 pm
    Raiders fans this guy is super talented!! The Ravens are idiots for not having him on the active roster, he’s a better receiving tight end than anyone on the team but Andrews, and he is a good blocker too
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    A better receiving tight end than anyone except Andrews? A good blocker? There’s a reason the guy was on the practice squad. I wish him the best but he is not that great a talent.

  4. From interviews I’ve read with him, he had some serious mental issues revolving around those substance suspensions but says he is finally in the right place. I wish him well, he is a big target that could become a solid red zone guy with some work, maybe now he gets that opportunity.

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