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WR Heyward-Bey & DB Huff Released By Oakland

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Adam Schefter@AdamSchefter

Raiders announced they released WR Darrius Heyward-Bey, DB Michael Huff and DE David Tollefson; and re-signed DB Phillip Adams.

Now I would undoubtedly be down for looking into DHB. I feel like he could really shine on the right team.

Huff could be worth a look as well since he could be had for cheap.

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Would be highly interested in both, they would fit two needs and are both fairly young.

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Want BOTH!

Deep threat and Huff can play both CB/FS.

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DHB would shine in this offense.

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I like how my thread you people bash me, same exact thread that came later you praise the idea. Aww the huddle. :*

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Huddle and Panther Fans: ALRIGHT, WALLACE AND CANTY DIDNT WORKOUT... LETS GET THEM!

Panthers FO: no.jpg

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Howard- Bey + Cam....now that might work.

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no but seriously, when can we sign Kurt Warner. It's happened in every madden season

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Huddle and Panther Fans: ALRIGHT, WALLACE AND CANTY DIDNT WORKOUT... LETS GET THEM!

Panthers FO: no.jpg

Wallace wasn't realistic.....Bey is.

Bey would be a slight upgrade over Gettis/Murphy

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