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Oakland Raiders cornerback Sean Smith is continuing to bounce around on defense during his time in training camp in Napa.
During Thursday’s practice, Smith was seen lining up at outside cornerback as well as at hybrid linebacker in sub-packages, according to Las Vegas Review Journal’s Michael Gehlken.
The former Utes’ move to the outside comes after defending tight ends throughout the entirety of Wednesday’s practice on the first, second and third teams. That practice left many perplexed given that the Raiders are paying Smith $9.5 million this season.
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With just three days until the Los Angeles Chargers kick off their 2017 NFL preseason against the Seattle Seahawks, the team has released its first unofficial depth chart for this upcoming season.
The depth chart is not filled with any major surprises except for the fact that rookie guard Dan Feeney is not currently with the first team. However, it shouldn’t surprise anyone to see him grab the starting position before Week 1 of the regular season.
Moreover, quarterback Kellen Clemens got the nod over quarterback Cardale Jones, who the Chargers just traded for and was a fourth round pick in 2016.
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The Oakland Raiders’ regular season is drawing near as the team gets set to play Aug. 12 against the Arizona Cardinals.
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The Oakland Raiders released an unofficial depth chart Monday, and among the surprises was the fact that cornerback Sean Smith was still listed as a starter.
Here is a look at how Oakland’s depth chart broke down as the team gets set to face the Arizona Cardinals in Week 1 of the preseason Aug. 12.