The Oakland Raiders are going through some drastic changes with Jon Gruden now at the helm for his second stint as head coach in the Bay Area. Gruden has already made some moves to signal the culture change in Oakland with David Amerson being the latest player to be released. Along with Amerson, Gruden may be releasing a number of other starters. One of the big-name players in Oakland that might be sent packing is wide receiver Michael Crabtree, according to ESPN’s Paul Gutierrez. Hear me out, because this is not necessarily advocating for Crabtree to move on from Oakland. It’s just that things need to change for the receiver to excel under Jon Gruden. Crabtree, who started having bad drops, was forgotten at the end of last season as he was targeted only five times in Oakland’s last two games and had two catches for 18 yards.
Raiders WR Michael Crabtree may have played his last game for Oakland
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