Out goes Cordarrelle Patterson, in comes Dwayne Harris. Some might say such a transaction is little more than rearranging the furniture, but there is one obvious benefit for the Raiders with this move. Harris has played for Raiders special teams coordinator Rich Bisaccia before. Harris, who turns 31 a week into next season, was with
Steve has covered the Raiders in some capacity since their return to Oakland in 1995. He was the full-time beat writer from 1997-2010. for the Contra Costa Times, Oakland Tribune and San Jose Mercury News and covered more than 400 NFL games, including four Super Bowls. He also is the co-author of a recently released book titled "Al Davis: Behind the Raiders Shield."