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We laid out the winners from the Raiders 2019 draft.

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Biggerstaff-USA TODAY SportsWe laid out the winners from the Raiders 2019 draft.
Let’s keep it going with the losers. No offense to these guys. I’m not calling
them “Losers”, but merely those who came out on the wrong end of things with
what the Raiders did in the draft.LosersDaryl Worley, Nick NelsonPlacing a 2nd
round RFA tender on Worley would suggest the Raiders really like him. Then they
went out and signed Nevin Lawson, who has starting experience, in free agency
and who is expected to compete with Worley for a starting job. That alone didn’t
suggest Worley was at serious risk of losing his starting job. They also signed
Lamarcus Joyner, who they say will play mostly at nickel corner. With Gareon
Conley as the number one cornerback, it looked like the Raiders had a pretty
deep group of corners. Then with their pick at the top of the second round, they
went cornerback Trayvon Mullen. And when Mayock talked about the addition of
Mullen and 4th round pick Isaiah Johnson after the draft, his words made Worley
sound like a bit of an afterthought.“They’re perfect in what we do, we’re a
press corner team. Jimmy O’Neil, our defensive back coach is happier than I’ve
ever seen him. So now we have some long, press corners to go along with Gareon
[Conley] and everybody else we have. Gareon Conley, [Daryl] Worley and all our
guys. Bottom line is we’re ecstatic with those corners.”See that catch there?
From “Gareon and everybody else” to ‘Oh Jim Otto
, whoops, I better put our other 2018 starter in that
sentence too.’Last year’s fourth round pick Nick Nelson was just inside the
bubble as the favorite for that fifth cornerback spot prior to the draft. Now
with the cornerback group pretty crowded, Nelson is on the outside looking
in.National mediaA lot of guys in the media were running with every rumor and
rumble about the Raiders QB interest. Gruden was asked about Kyler Murray and he
said complimentary things about him. The national media ran with it as proof he
wanted Kyler Murray and that led to many opining whether the Raiders would even
trade up to number one overall to get him. Some mock drafted reflected that as
well. A couple days before the draft, ESPN’s Todd McShay said the Raiders liked
Murray more than Carr. We can’t really ever prove him wrong because Murray went
number one overall to the Cardinals, but the Raiders certainly weren’t trying to
trade up for him. That wasn’t nearly as comical as NFL.com’s Chad Reuter who had
the Raiders trading up to second overall for Drew Lock. Lock ended up going at
42nd overall to the Broncos. There was also Dwayne Haskins who many in the
national media said the Raiders were crushing on. The Raiders did like him, but
that doesn’t mean they had any intention of drafting him. Ian Rapoport said on
draft day that the Raiders were moving Haskins up their draft board. Whatever
that means. Rapoport in particular really grabbed ahold of a scout source of his
telling him that the Raiders had cleared out their entire scouting department
not knowing who to trust. This just got him clowned by Mike Mayock in his press
conferences, with Mayock pointing to Rapoport’s source as proof there was a leak
and calling his report that all the scouts were cleared out “erroneous” in his
post draft press conference.Derek CarrierCarrier was signed last offseason to be
the second tight end along with Jared Cook. That never really happened. Darren
Waller was brought in and activated in week 13. Through the first 12 weeks,
Carrier has 5 catches for 38 yards. Waller had 6 catches for 75 yards in the
final three games alone. Since then the team has signed Luke Willson and then
drafted Foster Moreau in the fourth round of the draft. Willson worked with Tom
Cable in Seattle and Moreau would have to look downright terrible not to make
the team, leaving Carrier’s time in Oakland likely coming to an end.Erik
HarrisHarris was ecstatic to sign a 2-year deal with the Raiders in leu of an
RFA tender. He came on strong at safety for the Raiders late last season, but
since he signed his deal he has watched the Raiders add a whole host of
safeties. First it was Lamarcus Joyner, though with Joyner playing a lot of
nickel corner, Harris still figured to see the field a lot. Then they added
Curtis Riley and Jordan Richards. Still, those two were on one-year deals and
didn’t have any better chance of winning the safety job. It was the selection of
Johnathan Abram at 27 overall in the first round that may change things for
Harris. Abram is a strong safety through and through which is where Harris
figured to line up primarily. Harris’s other primary job is that of flyer/gunner
on special teams. The Raiders have told Abram they want him to do that as well.
Harris made his first start on defense and got his first (and second) career
interception. He will once again have to play out of his mind this offseason and
training camp if he is to return to the defense again this season over the
team’s newest first round pick.Arden KeyKey was always meant to be a situational
pass rusher. The Raiders drafted him while Khalil Mack and Bruce Irvin were
entrenched as the starters. Key would become a starter replacing the
irreplaceable Mack and then watched his mentor Irvin get waived as well at
midseason. Despite the playing time he received, Key managed just one sack. The
Raiders added Benson Mayowa as the only somewhat proven edge rusher now on the
team. They figured to add an edge rusher early in the draft. Not only did they
add Clelin Ferrell at 4th overall Kenny Stabler
, but they later added Maxx Crosby early on day three and
then finished out the draft with a third edge rusher in Quinton Bell. Key looked
great in last year’s training camp, but that proved to be fool’s gold come the
season. He needed to pack on weight and get a lot stronger. Not to mention, his
crazy bend didn’t mean much with his inability to finish the job and get to the
quarterback. And right now, he could be in a battle with Crosby to even be the
team’s situational pass rusher.See the WinnersFollow @LeviDamien The NFL’s 100th
season continues to be co-opted by Antonio Brown. The story, however, has now
taken a far more serious turn.According to Ben Shpigel of the , Brown has been
sued for sexual assault and rape.Britney Taylor, who allegedly attended college
with Brown and later was hired by Brown to be a trainer, contends that he
sexually assaulted her in three separate incidents, happening in 2017 and
2018.Shpigel writes that, per the lawsuit filed in federal court in Florida,
“Brown sexually assaulted Taylor twice during training sessions in June 2017,”
that “he exposed himself and kissed her without her permission,” and that “while
she was watching a television program at his home George Blanda
, Brown started masturbating behind her and ejaculated on
her back.” Brown allegedly bragged about the latter incident “in profane text
messages” that were saved and attached to the court filing.Taylor ended the
relationship. Brown later apologized, so she agreed to work with him again. The
lawsuit claims that, in May 2018, “Brown forced her onto a bed, pushed her face
into the mattress and ‘forcibly’ raped her,” while she resisted him, screamed,
and repeatedly shouted “no” and “stop.”“As a rape victim of Antonio Brown,
deciding to speak out has been an incredibly difficult decision,” Taylor said in
a statement released by her lawyer to Shpigel. “I have found strength in my
faith, my family, and from the accounts of other survivors of sexual
assault.”Taylor has indicated that she will cooperate with the NFL. It’s unclear
whether she ever reported the alleged misconduct to police. If she hasn’t, she
still can.: The lawsuit can be reviewed here.
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