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    • Despite being named a second-team All-Pro for the second straight season as a kick return Mike Singletary Jersey , it was clear that Seahawks wide receiver Tyler Lockett didn’t have the same ability to move last year following his broken leg at the end of the 2016 season. Lockett estimates he was only between 75-80 percent last season as he played without his full range of movement or explosion. “It doesn鈥檛 matter how you feel when you go out there,” he said on Thursday. “If you go out there, it鈥檚 time to go. You can鈥檛 make excuses if you don鈥檛 get open. You can鈥檛 make excuses if you don鈥檛 catch the pass. If you鈥檙e out there, everybody expects you to do the same thing if you weren鈥檛 hurt.” Lockett appeared in all 16 games for the Seahawks in 2017 and made eight starts. Despite the limitations, he still managed to catch 45 passes for 555 yards and two touchdowns. He also had 949 kickoff return yards, which included a 99-yard touchdown, and 237 punt return yards. With another offseason to heal from his injuries, Lockett feels back to his old self. “The biggest thing is I’m more healthy than I’ve ever been,” Lockett said. “I’m out there running around, catching passes from all the quarterbacks and I’m excited about these six weeks and then after that get ready into the season.” Free agent defensive tackle Beau Allen is eager to make a difference for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.   The former Philadelphia run-stopper signed a three-year http://www.dallascowboysteamonline.com/dak-prescott-jersey , $15 million contract Thursday and has no qualms about leaving the reigning NFL champion Eagles to join a team that hasn't made the playoffs in a decade. Allen said he's excited about the challenge of doing his part to help the Bucs get better. "We won the Super Bowl in Philadelphia, but it wasn't all roses before that. We had tough seasons, too," the fifth-year pro said. "I'm not afraid of work at all," Allen added. "That's why I'm here." The 26-year-old tackle comes to the Bucs after spending the first four seasons of his career as part of a strong interior rotation with the Eagles, who led the league in rushing defense in 2017, limiting opponents to 79.2 yards per game on the ground. The Bucs, by comparison, ranked 23rd against the run, allowing 117.5 yards per game. "Stopping the run is a huge part of the game Marlon Mack Jersey , and that's one thing we did really well in Philadelphia last year," Allen said. "We were the No. 1 run defense and I think, to toot my own horn a little bit, I was a big part of that," he added. "We had a lot of good defensive lineman, a lot of good defensive players ... so that went into it as well." With Tampa Bay, the 6-foot-3, 327-pound Allen fills a need for interior help created by the release of underperforming tackle Chris Baker and loss of veteran Clinton McDonald, who became an unrestricted free agent. Allen, who is excited about playing alongside six-time Pro Bowl tackle Gerald McCoy Jamison Crowder Jersey , entered the NFL as a seventh-round draft pick of the Eagles in 2014. He appeared in 63 games, with eight starts, and had two sacks and 10 tackles for losses over the past four seasons. "I pride myself on playing a pretty specific brand of football that did well for me in Philadelphia," he said. "I consider myself a tough, dependable, consistent guy. I think that's one thing (Tampa Bay) liked about me, and that's one thing that's not going to change." The Bucs went 5-11 last season, missing the playoffs for the 10th consecutive season. The Eagles won their first Super Bowl title, however Allen hasn't forgotten what it took to get there. "Don't get me wrong, winning isn't easy in the NFL at all. It takes a lot of blood Josh Jones Jersey , sweat and tears, a lot of effort and a lot of dirty work that a lot of people don't really realize," Allen said. "I'm excited to be in a place that when you go through those tough times and you work and then you get the rewards in the success of winning, it makes it that much better," he added. "I'm not afraid of that. ... I'm really excited about the opportunity and the challenge."  Womens Mike Remmers Jersey 
    • All those promises worth millions upon millions to free agents turned into paydays Wednesday when the NFL’s business year began. Of course Ryan Grant Jersey , teams needed to clear salary cap space or rejigger their ledgers to make it work, and they’ll still be doing so for months. While the likes of Drew Brees, Malcolm Butler and Andrew Norwell cashed in bigtime, having reached agreements in the past two days before everything became official, some value entered the marketplace. Arizona released safety Tyrann Mathieu when it couldn’t rework his deal. On Tuesday, the Cardinals let running back Adrian Peterson go. Baltimore cut receiver Jeremy Maclin. Detroit said goodbye to tight end Eric Ebron. Pittsburgh tore up a secondary that often was torn up by opposing quarterbacks, releasing Mike Mitchell, Robert Golden and William Gay. But Carolina had more success with a veteran, completing a one-year deal with defensive end Julius Peppers. The 38-year-old Peppers, who contemplated retirement after 17 pro seasons, remains with the Panthers for $5 million, with $2.5 million guaranteed, a person familiar with the situation said. The person spoke to The Associated Press on Wednesday on condition of anonymity because the team does not release financial terms of contracts. ”I am fired up to have him back,” Panthers coach Ron Rivera said. ”It was amazing to have him as part of what we are trying to build and I think he can help us get to the next level.” Cleveland, meanwhile http://www.greenbaypackersteamonline.com/davon-house-jersey , did nothing more than listen to one of its greatest players, tackle Joe Thomas , announce his retirement. The Browns save his $10.3 million salary for 2018 and a $3 million bonus but lose their best player and leader in the expansion era (1999-present), a 10-time Pro Bowler. ”This was an extremely difficult decision, but the right one for me and my family,” Thomas said. ”Playing in the NFL has taken a toll on my body and I can no longer physically compete at the level I need to.” CARDINALS Mathieu was due for $18.75 million of his contract to be guaranteed when the league year officially begins. By cutting him, Arizona will save close to $5 million in cap space. Mathieu became a star in the Arizona secondary after being selected in the third round of the 2013 draft following a troubled college career at LSU. He was an All-Pro in 2015, when he had five interceptions and 17 passes defensed. But he also has been plagued by injuries and only last season did Mathieu appear in all 16 games. RAVENS Baltimore frees up an estimated $5 million in salary cap space by releasing Maclin, who signed on as a free agent in June. But Maclin missed two games with a shoulder injury, two more with knee issues, and finished with only 40 catches for 440 yards and three touchdowns. The 84 receptions he had over the past two seasons (2016 with Kansas City) are three fewer than he had with the Chiefs in 2015. Then the Ravens agreed to deals with receivers John Brown and Ryan Grant. Brown, 27, spent four years in Arizona and is a speedy deep threat, something Baltimore desperately needs. He can also return kicks. Grant, also 27 Allen Robinson Jersey , was with Washington for four seasons. 49ERS San Francisco agreed to a four-year contract with running back Jerick McKinnon and a five-year deal with center-guard Weston Richburg. McKinnon replaces departing starter Carlos Hyde and Richburg could start anywhere in the interior line. ”We see Weston as one of the top young interior offensive linemen in the NFL,” GM John Lynch said. ”His athleticism, intelligence and attitude are a perfect fit for our scheme. Jerick has proven to be an extremely versatile football player whose speed, elusiveness and tackle-breaking ability make him a very difficult matchup for defenses. We can’t wait to get them on the field with their teammates and coaches later this spring.” GIANTS New York agreed with offensive tackle Nate Solder, late of the Patriots, to become its starter on the left side. Solder, 29, will get a four-year contract worth about $62 million. The Giants can move 2015 first-round draft pick Ereck Flowers to the right side as they rebuild a line that has struggled for years. TITANS Tennessee kept right guard Josh Kline and defensive end David King with new contracts after making a splash in free agency by getting Butler for $60 million over five years ($30 million guaranteed) and also taking running back Dion Lewis away from New England. BILLS The Bills restocked their quarterback position by agreeing to a two-year contract with AJ McCarron. The 27-year-old spent the past four seasons backing up Andy Dalton in Cincinnati after being selected by the Bengals in the fifth round of the 2014 draft. McCarron’s signing came five days after Buffalo traded three-year starter Tyrod Taylor to Cleveland. The trade left 2017 fifth-round pick Nathan Peterman as the only quarterback on Buffalo’s roster. Buffalo also added defensive end Trent Murphy from Washington and got a needed pass rusher, albeit a player coming off a major injury. Murphy had 15 sacks in 47 games, including nine in 2016, then sat out last season after tearing two ligaments in his left knee in a preseason game. The Bills finished tied for 30th in the NFL with just 27 sacks last season. The Bills added defensive backfield depth by agreeing with safety Rafael Bush on a two-year contract, and got linebacker Julian Stanford on a two-year contract. FALCONS The Falcons addressed a need by signing offensive guard Brandon Fusco, who started 16 games for San Francisco last season, to a three-ye Kole Calhoun has come a long way since getting a needed break on the disabled list last month, and Garrett Richards looked pretty sharp after his own DL stint. Calhoun hit a two-run homer http://www.greenbaypackersteamonline.com/aaron-rodgers-jersey , Richards pitched effectively into the sixth inning and the Los Angeles Angels beat the Mariners 7-4 on Wednesday to snap Seattle’s eight-game winning streak. Batting in the leadoff spot for only the fourth time this season, Calhoun had three hits and drove in three runs to help lift Richards (5-4) in his return. Calhoun’s towering homer in the sixth gave the Angels a 6-2 lead. He also had a single in the fourth inning for his first RBI. Calhoun is batting .306 with four homers and eight RBIs since coming off the DL on June 18. He was hitting .145 before that break. ”Kole did his job today,” Angels manager Mike Scioscia said. ”That’s what we need from the guys at the top of the order. It gave us a lot of opportunities today.” Richards, who went on the DL on June 15 with a left hamstring strain, allowed three runs, including back-to-back homers to Kyle Seager and Ryon Healy, over 5 1/3 innings. He struck out eight. ”I just overthrew a couple of heaters there,” Richards said of the home runs. ”But I felt good. The hamstring felt good. I knew I would be on a leash (80 pitches), so I just tried to execute pitches.” Richards retired 10 of the next 11 hitters he faced after the home runs. ”Garrett just exhaled (after the homers) and made some really good pitches,” Scioscia said. ”He gave us a chance to win the game.” Blake Parker pitched out of trouble in the ninth for his 10th save. Mike Zunino singled and Denard Span doubled to put runners at second and third, but Dee Gordon flied out to center and Zunino was thrown out at the plate on Jean Segura’s grounder to Albert Pujols at first. Mitch Haniger ended it with a groundout to third. Parker failed to cover first on the grounder to Pujols, so Pujols had no choice but to throw home. ”Pujols getting that guy at the plate was a huge out,” Scioscia said. ”The pitcher didn’t cover there, so Albert made a great decision and threw a strike to the plate.” The Mariners had their chances, including a bases-loaded Josh Ferguson Jersey , no-outs situation in the seventh inning when trailing 6-3. After Gordon and Span struck out, Segura hit a broken-bat flare that looked like it might drop behind second base and score two runs, but Angels second baseman David Fletcher made a leaping catch to end the inning. ”I got a pretty good read off the bat,” Fletcher said. ”I kind of felt I had a bead on it all the way. It was a nice feeling to save those runs from scoring.” The Mariners struck out 15 times and left eight men on base. Mike Leake (8-5) allowed four runs and nine hits before leaving with no one out in the fifth. He had allowed two runs or less in seven of his previous eight starts. ”They were battling me, fouling balls off today,” Leake said. ”Trying to get them to go down, but they found some holes and that’s about it.” Luis Valbuena drove in two runs for the Angels and Shohei Ohtani and two hits and scored two runs. TRAINER’S ROOM Angels: OF Chris Young was placed on the 10-day DL a day after straining his hamstring. LHP Tyler Skaggs was also placed on the DL with a thigh strain. Skaggs said hopes to miss only one start. OF Jabari Blash and RHP Deck McGuire were recalled from Triple-A Salt Lake, with INF Kaleb Cowart also optioned to Triple-A. … LHP John Lamb will undergo Tommy John surgery on his left elbow early next week. He’ll become the fourth Angels pitcher to have the procedure this season. Mariners: Manager Scott Servais said RHP Erasmo Ramirez could begin a rehab assignment soon. Ramirez has been on the DL since May 1 because of a right teres major muscle strain in his pitching shoulder. Ramirez said is willing to pitch in relief if that’s where he’s needed. UP NEXT Angels RHP Jaime Barria (5-4, 3.40) will start Thursday’s series finale in place of Skaggs. Barria is making his 12th start of the season and has given up two earned runs or fewer in four of his last five starts. LHP Marco Gonzales (8-5, 3.77) will make his 18th start for Seattle. Gonzales pitched the first complete game of his career in his last start, a 4-1 victory over Kansas City when he allowed six hits and didn’t walk a batter. —  Vincent Edwards Jersey 
    • During the Texans' nine-week offseason program Andre Reed Jersey , Deshaun Watson had a set of goals in mind.   The second-year quarterback out of Clemson, who is recovering from tearing his right ACL during practice last season, said he met and surpassed them by the end of the team's final veteran minicamp on Wednesday. "Never satisfied, I always feel like I can do better," Watson said. "We'll get better. Those nine weeks I've gained a lot on and off the field. Mentally, physically, emotionally, spiritually and I've been able to take my game and me as a person to another level." Going through this rehab process is not new to Watson. In his freshman season at Clemson Montae Nicholson Jersey , Watson tore the ACL in his left knee during practice as well. Having been through it before and knowing the work he put in, Watson wasn't surprised about his progress. "I kind of knew where I was going to be," Watson said. "I put the time, effort and work in every morning. Just been grinding, so I'm not surprised at all. I'm right where I need to be and where I want to be." Despite having to recover from the injury, Watson feels as if he is ahead of where he was this time last year. In 2017, Watson was selected No. 12 overall by the Texans and participated in the offseason program. During his second offseason in the NFL, his experience from the past year is paying dividends now. "I'm light years away from where I was last year coming in http://www.dallascowboysteamonline.com/ezekiel-elliott-jersey ," Watson said. "Just a rookie knowing what I knew from college and what I learned in the pre-draft and what I learned in the QB room. Everything was going so fast, a lot of information at that time. "Having a full season and offseason with Coach (Bill) O'Brien and Coach Sean Ryan I've been able to advance my game and take my game to a whole other level. It's been great." O'Brien has seen first-hand the improvement and development of the young quarterback. "With the work ethic he has and the mindset that he has you're going to get better at knowledge of the offense, knowledge of the defense and your own mechanics," O'Brien said. "There's just been a lot of improvement in a lot of different areas. He'll keep it going over the next five weeks and he'll be ready for training camp." Heading into this year's training camp for the Texans, unlike in some past seasons, there is no doubt who will be taking the reps with the main offensive unit. With everything being settled on that side, O'Brien said he knows how the reps will be divided. The biggest benefit is the team knows exactly what they will start working on once training camp begins. "This year we know who our starting quarterback is," O'Brien said. "Obviously we're very comfortable with that. That's a good thing for our football team. All that means is that we're settled there. "It doesn't mean anything relative to last year. It just means hey look we've got to come in ready to go in training camp and we've got to continue where we left off from when he was the quarterback." The Texans will finish their offseason program with meetings on Thursday before breaking for five weeks. Houston will open training camp at The Greenbrier in West Virginia at the end of July. The Texans open their preseason at Kansas City on Aug. 9. Calgary signed forward James Neal to a five-year http://www.greenbaypackersteamonline.com/jimmy-graham-jersey , $28.75 million contract on Monday, giving Johnny Gaudreau and the rest of the Flames a much-needed scoring boost. Neal has topped 20 goals in each of his 10 NHL seasons, and was considered the top player left on the free-agent market a day after the NHL’s signing period opened. The signing also comes a day after general manager Brad Treliving talked of a need to upgrade his forward positions to take the pressure off of Gaudreau, Sean Monahan and Matthew Tkachuk. ”One of the things we looked to address this offseason was adding depth and versatility to our forward unit,” Treliving said. ”At the end of the year, I talked a little bit about us as a team relying on too few guys to do too many things.” Calgary becomes Neal’s third team in as many seasons. He was selected by Vegas in the NHL expansion draft a year ago, and scored 25 goals and 44 points in 71 games for the Golden Knights. The 30-year-old Neal also played for Pittsburgh and Nashville, and has 263 goals and 495 points in 703 career games. The Flames also signed forward Derek Ryan to a three-year Mitch Unrein Jersey , $9.375 million contract. Ryan scored 15 goals and 38 points in his second full season with Carolina last year. Calgary also added center Austin Czarnik, who spent the previous two seasons with Boston. The additions come on the heels of the Flames acquiring center Elias Lindholm and defenseman Noah Hanifin in a trade that sent defenseman Dougie Hamilton, winger Micheal Ferland and college prospect Adam Fox to Carolina. The Flames missed the playoffs for the seventh time in nine years, falling out of contention by going 5-13-1 over the final month of the season. It was a stretch during which Calgary scored three or more goals just five times and was shut out four times. —  Adidas Pekka Rinne Jersey 
    • Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin missed a third straight practice on Tuesday while dealing with a knee issue.   Coach Pete Carroll said after practice that Baldwin had a sore knee coming into camp. He practiced the first two days with the team before being held out each of the last three practices. "We're just going to take our time with it and be patient http://www.greenbaypackersteamonline.com/davon-house-jersey ," Carroll said. Carroll said the team is going to give Baldwin a couple of weeks off in order to give him the downtime he needs before gradually working him back to full speed. Carroll said the team knows exactly what the issue is, although the coach wouldn't go into detail. "He's doing some special treatments to make sure we're taking care of him and then we want to bring him back into shape so we can really get him ready for the long haul," Carroll said. Defensive end Dion Jordan is also going to miss an extended amount of time while he recovers from what Carroll called a "stress issue" in his "other leg." Jordan has been plagued by injuries to his left knee in past seasons, but it appears his right leg is currently the issue. "He's got a little bit of healing to do so it's going to be a while," Carroll said. "We've just got to wait it out." Following the departures of Cliff Avril and Michael Bennett, the Seahawks have been counting on Jordan to be a presence at defensive end. The four sacks he racked up in five games last season left Seattle excited about what he could bring to the table. However, he continues to struggle to stay on the field. "That was a position that we were really hoping he was going to be a factor in," Carroll said. NOTES: LB Marcus Smith (hamstring) and WR David Moore (hip flexor) were new absences from practice on Tuesday. Neither injury appears to be significant. __ Though Eric Wood can finally say he's retired, the now-former Buffalo Bills center is unaccustomed to discussing his career in the past tense. On Monday http://www.indianapoliscoltsteamonline.com/malik-hooker-jersey , for example, Wood was still referring to this spring as "the offseason," while attending Hall of Fame quarterback Jim Kelly's charitable foundation golf tournament outside of Buffalo. "It's so funny. I find myself referring to it as the offseason and we're making travel plans that aren't slotted for just the five weeks off in the summer," Wood said, referring to the break players traditionally get between the final spring practice and the start of training camp. "It's different for sure," he added, while discussing his retirement for the first time since being diagnosed with a career-ending neck injury in January. "I feel great," Wood said, noting he's already dropped about 55 pounds from his 310-pound playing weight. "The body feels good. Can't play ball Charles Clay Jersey , which stinks. And I miss it," he added. "There's been a lot of times this spring where I've seen pictures posted and you think, 'Well, that's my team.' "But, it's all good." Wood never envisioned his playing days would end so abruptly nine seasons into his NFL career, and after signing a two-year contract extension last summer. Instead, team doctors ruled he would never be allowed to play again after end-of-season tests revealed Wood had two disks being dangerously close to his spinal cord. Wood received the news while he was in the delivery room with his wife, and about an hour before the birth of his second child, a son. "It was shocking David Bakhtiari Jersey ," he said, noting his first reaction was to seek a second opinion. "But ultimately there was no scenario for return to play." Wood revealed the severity of the injury during a news conference in January. He was not, however, allowed to say he was officially retiring due to contractual issues that could have prevented Wood from retaining his bonus money until the Bills finally released the 32-year-old on Thursday. He hasn't yet laid out any future plans, though Wood will always be a Bills fan after being selected by Buffalo in the first round of the 2009 draft out of Louisville. Wood is following the team online and in social media. He laughed over the uproar on Twitter amid reports rookie first-round draft pick Josh Allen threw an interception during practice last week. A respected team leader, one thing Wood will miss is mentoring younger players. He also expressed concern regarding good friend and former teammate Richie Incognito, who has had a tumultuous offseason. Incognito abruptly retired by posting a note on Twitter before the Bills granted his request to be released to potentially sign with another team weeks later. Then, Incognito spent three days in a Florida mental hospital after he allegedly threw weights and tennis balls at gym employees and another patron and told police officers the government was spying on him two weeks ago. "He's going through a tough time right now," Wood said. "We're praying for him http://www.washingtonredskinsteamonline.com/rob-kelley-jersey , and I know he'll come out of this a good man." On the bright side, Wood has come to terms with how his career ended and the consolation that it happened after a season in which the Bills snapped a 17-year playoff drought. His final game was a 10-3 loss to Jacksonville in an AFC wild-card playoff on Jan. 7. "Yeah, that playoff berth was very sweet," Wood said. "It would've been very tough my career ending and not ever making the playoffs up here."  Womens Markus Wheaton Jersey 
    • How my dad got tickets to the 1969 All-Star Game is still a mystery to me. Great seats Maliek Collins Jersey , too: Section 127, Row 1.   That was the last time the Midsummer Classic was in the nation’s capital, at RFK Stadium. I was 11, loved baseball, grew up watching the Orioles and Senators. I’d never seen a National League player in person. I only saw them on our black-and-white TV, and had no sense of Dodger blue or Cardinal red. Thanks to Steve Carlton, I collected some neat autographs that day. More on that later. Pointing my trusty Kodak camera, I took a bunch of great pictures – Hank Aaron, Bob Gibson, Roberto Clemente and Juan Marichal. And because of Johnny Bench, I wound up with a very cool souvenir I never saw coming. Bench was among 19 future Hall of Fame players on the rosters, and he’d already hit a home run when he came up in the fourth inning. Facing Denny McLain, fresh off a 31-win season, it was quite a matchup. And I had a front-row seat, down on the field, out toward left. So when Bench hooked a hard foul over the dugout behind us Larry Allen Jersey , I barely turned around. When I did, it was too late. Thwack! The ball hit me right in the forehead. It caromed off something. I might’ve heard it whizzing at the last second, but I’m not sure. It definitely dazed me, and my mom was worried. ”I think he needs to see a doctor,” she told my dad. ”I think he needs to see Willie Mays,” dad answered. Crisis averted. A couple fans dumped their Cokes so my parents could use the ice. They wrapped it in a handkerchief and put the pack on my head, and that helped. I felt even better when a fan brought over the actual ball – it bonked off my noggin, flew onto the field and was picked up by third base coach Leo Durocher, who tossed it back into the seats. (We went to the game with my best friend, John. I texted him last week in Colorado to ask what he remembered about the day. His answer: ”You got a hard head, buddy”) Anyway, the next inning, the great Willie Mays appeared as a pinch-hitter. And I clearly saw him. Funny thing, Mays wasn’t the player I really wanted to see. Neither were Pete Rose, Willie McCovey, Ernie Banks http://www.buffalobillsteamonline.com/ryan-groy-jersey , Tom Seaver or any of the American League stars. I wanted to see Chris Cannizzaro. Who? Major League Baseball had added four expansion teams that year – the Montreal Expos, San Diego Padres, Kansas City Royals and Seattle Pilots. To me, the Padres were by far the most interesting. That’s because I’d heard all about the Padres’ crazy brown uniforms, but hadn’t seen them in color. When I recently found those washed-out pictures in my mom’s basement in suburban Maryland, almost half of them featured the San Diego catcher. He hit .220 that season. He never got into the game, by the way. I also found my weathered, black autograph book. An hour before the game, I took it down to the NL dugout – it was easy, in those days – stood at the railing and asked Carlton to sign. He said sure, even though he was the starting pitcher. Then he just disappeared into the dugout. With my book. I can remember being confused and afraid it was gone forever. I had worked hard to fill it over the years, too, with signatures from Brooks Robinson, Harmon Killebrew and even Mrs. Babe Ruth. Five anxious minutes later, Carlton emerged. He said he’d gotten NL starters Cleon Jones and Felix Millan to sign, and apologized for not getting more. Can you imagine? Now Lane Taylor Jersey , back to the best souvenir of all. You might think it was the ball Bench hit. I still have it. But that wasn’t the top prize, at least not that week. Instead, it was the knot the ball left on my head. A badge of honor from a real-live big leaguer. I proudly showed off the bruise the next day when I pitched for the Dub’s Pizza Seals. Now that was something no one else had. Jon Gruden's first NFL draft since leaving the broadcast booth has been a busy one.   One day after trading back in the first round and making another deal to acquire veteran wide receiver Martavis Bryant, the Oakland Raiders remained one of the NFL's most active teams in the draft Friday night with a series of trades. Oakland began by trading down in the second round and acquiring defensive lineman P.J. Hall from Sam Houston State with the 57th overall pick, then made another deal to move up in the third round to get offensive tackle Brandon Parker. The Raiders later dealt away two more picks to move up to 87th overall and drafted linebacker Arden Key from LSU. "I thought (general manager Reggie McKenzie) did a great job pulling the trigger, making some trades last night and today to help us basically get five football players," Gruden said. "It's exciting man, it really is." The flurry of activity at the Raiders headquarters on the second day of the draft was to be expected as Gruden continues to remake the team in his image. In vintage fashion that would have probably made late owner Al Davis proud, Oakland acquired a pair of players from small schools and a third who has a history of off-field issues. "My mom called me and she said maybe Mr. Davis was calling down the picks down from heaven," Gruden said. The Raiders acquired Hall with an eye on improving the interior of their defensive line. Oakland had 31 sacks in 2017, only 1 陆 from players playing inside full-time. Hall should be an immediate help. The 6-foot-1, 310-pounder had 42 sacks in four seasons at Sam Houston State and was the Southland Conference defensive player of the year in 2016. "I was really surprised," Hall said. "I hadn't heard about me going in the second round at all during this process. It really shocked me once I got the phone call." An edge rusher who alternated between standing up and lining up with his hand on the ground during his first three college seasons, Hall switched to defensive tackle as a senior where his quickness helped make up for a size disadvantage. The Raiders are thin inside. Eddie Vanderdoes and Justin Ellis were the starters in 2017 but Vanderdoes is coming off a torn ACL in his left knee suffered in Oakland's final regular-season game. Jihad Ward, the 44th overall pick in 2016, has one career sack in 21 games. "We love (Hall's) measurables. The only thing he's not is tall Tramon Williams Jersey ," Gruden said. "But this man is extremely powerful. We need an inside pass rusher. I've said that since I've been here, somebody that can disrupt running plays and penetrate, and this guy can do that." Hall was taken on the second day of the draft despite not getting invited to the NFL combine in February. The snub, he said, was extra motivation. "I was a little down about it for like a day or two, but after that I felt like it helped me," Hall said. "I got more time to prepare for my pro day and I had an excellent pro day. I crushed it. I feel that's kind of what raised my stock." To get Hall, Oakland shipped the 41st overall pick to Tennessee in exchange for the 57th and 89th overall picks. Then Gruden and McKenzie worked the phones and made another trade to grab the first pick in the third round. The Raiders traded the 75th, 152nd and 212th overall picks to Baltimore for the 65th, which they used to get Parker. Parker is a two-time Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference offensive lineman of the year who started four seasons at left tackle for North Carolina A&T. According to the Raiders, Parker did not allow a sack during his college career, although he disputed that. "I think I gave up maybe one or two sacks," Parker said. "I don't know where that came from." Parker's selection came on the heels of the Raiders drafting Kolton Miller with the 15th overall pick. Miller is expected to compete for the right tackle job while Parker will likely back up left tackle Donald Penn. Key had 26 陆 sacks during three seasons at LSU but left school early after a 2017 season filled with highs and lows. He was limited to eight games last year due to injuries after checking himself into rehab the previous spring. The Raiders see him as another outside edge rusher and a potential complement to Khalil Mack. "He's made some mistakes," Gruden said. "He's had some difficult times in his young life. I know where he's been for the last several months, I know what he's been through in his career. He has a lot to prove and we have a lot to prove."  Womens Ito Smith Jersey 
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