Raiders sign fourth-round pick Zamir White

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The Raiders have gotten another one of their draft selections under contract and moved on from a player in their tight ends room.

Las Vegas announced on Wednesday that the team has signed running back Zamir White. And the club has waived Travis Koontz.

White was a fourth-round pick out of Georgia and the Raiders’ second selection of 2022 after trading several picks to acquire receiver Davante Adams. White rushed for 856 yards and 11 touchdowns last season, helping Georgia win a national championship.

Koontz had just joined the Raiders in May as an undrafted free agent out of Texas Tech. He had 21 catches for 306 yards with four touchdowns in 2021.

The Raiders still have six tight ends on their roster, led by Darren Waller and Foster Moreau.

4 responses to “Raiders sign fourth-round pick Zamir White

  1. Congrats Raiders on your only draft pick in 2022. Hope your talentless team gets 5 wins this year.

  2. The Raiders trade all their picks (except this late round one) for an overpriced WR after not signing any of their picks from the Mack trade four years ago. The sell the farm as their opponents in the division all vastly improved or remained better than their team.

    The Raiders are going to need to begin their rebuild ASAP. This is going to be a long season for the silver and black.

  3. I thought Josh Jacobs was their Khalil Mack trade value?

    Looks the Raiders are completely rudderless. Why trade all your picks for one high cap hit and then brag about a “renewed friendship?”

    This is madness, the Raiders season is gonna go down the tubes fast!

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