Cory Littleton | Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images A complete look at all the Raiders’ moves Free agency is almost two weeks old and it has been dizzying trying to keep up with the all the Raiders’ moves.
nb游戏平台 Photo by Michael Zagaris/San Francisco 49ers/Getty Images The 2019 season saw the Raiders make some progress on defense, namely against the run. Pass coverage remained a sore spot, however, especially when it came to linebackers in coverage.
nb游戏平台 Kenneth Murray | Trevor Ruszkowski-USA TODAY Sports Raiders need a third starting linebacker A week into free agency, the Raiders are in much better shape at the linebacker position that they were last season.
nb游戏平台 Nelson Agholor | Rich Barnes-USA TODAY Sports Raiders’ receiver situation is more clear after signing of Nelson Agholor as free agency slows We’re a week into free agency and wide receiver still remains the Raiders’ biggest need.
Littleton, a University of Washington product, went from part-timer to starter in 2018 and wound up earning his first career Pro Bowl nod. Last year, he kept up the good work – in the two seasons combined, he tallied 7.5 sacks.
Littleton, 27 in November, is coming off of a solid season in which he registered 3.5 sacks and 134 total stops. In 2018, he turned in a similarly strong year en route to his first ever Pro Bowl selection.
Dante Fowler | Robert Hanashiro-USA TODAY Sports Buffalo, Houston and Seattle among teams that could pursue pass-rusher Last week, we looked at possible free agent fits for Rams’ linebacker Cory Littleton.
Over the course of the last three seasons, Cory Littleton has developed into one of the best linebackers in the NFL. He’ll be paid as such this offseason when he hits free agency, likely cashing in as one of the top-paid players at his position.
Surprising to no one, one of the main questions this off-season is the upcoming status of Los Angeles Rams linebacker Cory Littletonnb游戏平台. Much-loved by Rams fans, the fear is that this starting playmaker might be off to greener pastures.
You’ll be hearing a lot about big names such as Tom Brady, Todd Gurley, Sean McVay and Bill Belichick over the next week, but what about the lesser-known units and factors that could ultimately decide Super Bowl LIII?
nb游戏平台 Only four NFL teams remain in the playoffs. The Rams, Saints, Patriots and Chiefs are all one win away from advancing to the Super Bowl, but they’ll have their hands full on Championship Sunday.