Oakland will either draft Donald Penn's replacement at LT, draft a cornerback, or an inside linebacker with their first pick. Those three priorities are above drafting a running back considering Oakland already drafted a running back this year. And Latavius Murray is just fine
I think they could have drafted quite a bit better. Maybe looked @ Thompson from BSU at safety. I think anyone that passed on Booker missed a chance on a RB talent steal. Alexander was rated higher than drafted, but guard seems to have a low value on a lot of teams. Cook being drafted wasn`t a horrible pick in terms of the position & need. I just think they should have waited 1 year to grab a QB prospect. I hope Cook works out, but you could almost drop each player by one round for a better value. Joseph was going late 2nd round to many scouts. The way WAS drafted I don`t think they would have taken him @ pick 22.
Owen Daniels has emerged as one of the top tight ends in the league. In his third season, he caught 70 passes for 862 yards. His numbers would have been even better if Matt Schaub didn't miss a handful of games.
Bo Scaife, Titans. Age: 28. Franchised by Titans
Bo Scaife actually put together a solid season, catching 58 balls for 561 yards and two touchdowns. All three of those numbers were career-highs.
Jim Kleinsasser, Vikings. Age: 32. Re-signed with Vikings (3 years)
One of the best blocking tight ends in the business, Jim Kleinsasser will be really missed in Minnesota if he walks.
Jeff King (RFA), Panthers. Age: 26. Tendered by Panthers (2nd round)
A solid blocker, but not much of a threat as a receiver.
Chris Baker, Jets. Age: 29. Signed with Patriots
An excellent TE2, but as we've seen in New York, he shouldn't be a starter.
L.J. Smith, Eagles. Age: 29. Signed with Ravens (1 year, $1.5 million)
Tough choice... no, I'm not talking about anyone signing L.J. Smith or not; I'm deciding on whether or not to call him the "King of the Dropped Pass;" the "Sultan of False Starts" or the "Emperor of Stealing Money from the Philadelphia Eagles."
Quinn "Miracle Man" Sypniewski, Ravens. Age: 27.
Quinn "Miracle Man" Sypniewski is the only player in NFL history capable of putting up stats while on injured reserve. The Miracle Man is a solid blocker who caught 34 passes for 246 yards in 2007.
Jerramy Stevens, Buccaneers. Age: 29. Re-signed with Buccaneers
Despite what some people may think, Jerramy "Matchup Nightmare" Stevens is a bum who doesn't work hard unless he's in a contract year.
Robert Royal, Bills. Age: 31. - Signed with Browns (4 years, $10 million)
Alex Smith, Patriots. Age: 27. - Signed with Eagles
David Martin, Dolphins. Age: 30.
Billy Bajema, 49ers. Age: 26. - Signed with Rams
Leonard Pope, Cardinals. Age: 25. - Signed with Chiefs
Joel Dreessen (RFA), Texans. Age: 27. - Re-signed with Texans (3 years, $3.6 million)
Dan Campbell, Lions. Age: 33. - Signed with Saints
Justin Peelle, Falcons. Age: 30. - Re-signed with Falcons
Tony Curtis, Ravens. Age: 26.
Tory Humphrey, Saints. Age: 26. - Re-signed with Saints
Derek Schouman, Bills. Age: 24. - Tendered by Bills
Ben Hartsock, Falcons. Age: 29. - Signed with Jets
Ben Utecht, Bengals. Age: 28.
Nate Jackson, Browns. Age: 30.
Daniel Wilcox, Ravens. Age: 32.
Darnell Dinkins, Browns. Age: 32. - Signed with Saints
George Wrighster, Giants. Age: 28.
Michael Gaines, Bears. Age: 29. - Signed with Browns
Courtney Anderson, Texans. Age: 28.
Tony Stewart, Raiders. Age: 30. - Re-signed with Raiders
Bubba Franks, Jets. Age: 31.
Anthony Becht, Rams. Age: 32. - Signed with Cardinals
Sean Ryan, 49ers. Age: 29. - Signed with Chiefs
Chad Mustard, Broncos. Age: 31. - Announced retirement
Jerame Tuman, Cardinals. Age: 33.
Greg Estandia, Jaguars. Age: 26. - Signed with Browns
Darcy Johnson (RFA), Giants. Age: 26.
John Owens, Lions. Age: 29. - Signed with Seahawks
Will Heller, Seahawks. Age: 28. - Signed with Lions