Following Cuts, Raiders Worked Out 11 Players

According to the Houston Chronicle’s Aaron Wilson, the Raiders tried out 11 players over the past few days. Among the list were 2 quarterbacks, 4 wide receivers, 2 safeties, 2 cornerbacks, and a center.

  • QB Jeff Tuel, 24, Washington State. A second-year QB from Washington State, Tuel started one game in Buffalo last year.
  • CB BW Webb, 25, William & Mary. A fourth-round pick by the Cowboys in 2013, Webb played his rookie year in Dallas and spent last year with the Steelers.
  • SS Tyrequek Zimmerman, 22, Oregon State. A three-year starter at OSU, Zimmerman went undrafted in 2015 and spent the preseason with the Seahawks.
  • WR Phil Bates, 25, Ohio. The 6’1, 220-pound wide receiver spent the majority of the past three years with the Seahawks.
  • CB Tommie Campbell, 27, Pittsburgh/California (PA). A 6’2 cornerback entering his fifth season in the NFL, the Raiders were undoubtedly intrigued by Campbell’s size.
  • WR DeAndre Carter, 22, Sacramento State. A rookie in 2015, the 5’8, 185-pound speedster spent camp with the Ravens.
  • C Dillon Farrell, 25, New Mexico. Undrafted in 2014, Farrell spent the past two season with the 49ers.
  • WR TJ Graham, 26, North Carolina State. A third-round pick by the Bills in 2013, the speedy Graham spent the past two years with the Titans and Jets.
  • WR John Harris, 23, Texas. Undrafted in 2015, the 6’2 wide receiver spent the offseason with the Falcons and Eagles.
  • QB Phillip Sims, 23, Winston-Salem State. Sims spent the offseason with the Cardinals after going undrafted.
  • S Phillip Thomas, 26, Fresno State. A fourth-round pick in 2013, Thomas has battled injuries including a Lisfranc tear that ended his rookie season with the Redskins.

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