Brandon Parker re-signs with Raiders

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The Raiders have re-signed free agent offensive tackle Brandon Parker, the team announced Monday.

Parker, 26, started 13 games at right tackle and played all 17 last season. The Raiders ranked 11th in total offense with 363.8 yards per game, including sixth in passing with 268.6 yards per game.

The Raiders made Parker a third-round choice in 2018. He has appeared in 54 games with 32 starts in four seasons with the team.

Parker played four seasons at North Carolina A&T, starting all 48 games of his career at left tackle. He was a three-time FCS All-American at left tackle and was named the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Offensive Lineman of the year for three consecutive years from 2015-17.

6 responses to “Brandon Parker re-signs with Raiders

  1. He’s beyond horrible. This literally makes no sense with the new regime. It better be for the league minimum. He’s not even worth that.

  2. Plays well at the LT spot but struggles mightily on the right side in pass protection. If he’s re-signed as a backup to Miller on the left side or a swing tackle for a team friendly salary, no problem. If he is the Raiders starting RT, Carr is in trouble in the AFC West! He’ll be a turnstile with the pass rushers in the division.

  3. You have to have backup players that can play multiple positions on the line. Not a starter but needed

  4. Like someone said, he’s always struggled on the right. Ill never understand grudens and mayocks obsession with put players in different spots (they called it versatility). He did ok when he was asked to play LT. He’s a fine back up. But definitely not a starting RT in this league tho.

  5. Shaking my head. The choice was Parker vs the whole rest of the available field and they chose Parker? They might know who good star players are, but I question their due diligence when it comes to who they chose to flesh out roster depth.

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