ALEX BARRON RUMORS & GOSSIP
The Oakland Raiders agreed to terms with veteran OT Tony Pashos on Monday.
Pashos, 33, was recently released by the Redskins, but the Raiders have a major need at tackle, so it makes sense for them to see what Pashos offers at this point in his career.
It appeared as though Oakland was going to enter the 2013 season with Alex Barron as their starting left tackle, but the team released Barron...
According to NFL.com’s Around the League, the Raiders have released offensive lineman Alex Barron. Alex Barron released by Raiders. Was their starting left tackle a few weeks ago. — NFL: AroundTheLeague (@NFL_ATL) September 2, 2013 Need NFL Tickets? Loading... ZergNet The post Raiders release Alex Barron appeared first on Pro Football Zone.
The Oakland Raiders are changing their playbook with left tackle Jered Veldheer out with a triceps injury.
Darren McFadden was to run behind Veldeer and now with the tackle out the Raiders have been forced to alternate plans. Alex Barron has taken over Veldeer’s position and already the Raiders have changed their playbook because of him.
“I think it changes how we’re going...
Rough few days for Raiders tackle Alex Barron. On Friday, Barron, the apparent successor to the injured Jared Veldheer at left tackle, had an ugly debut in his new role against the Saints that left much doubt as to whether he could relied upon and also further complicated the Raiders’ o-line woes. So where does this get worse for Barron?
Enter ex-Rams GM Billy Devaney, who on ESPN...
With Jared Veldheer (triceps) out three months, Alex Barron is expected to open the season as the Raiders' starting left tackle. Barron has been out of the NFL since the 2010 season and likes penalties.
Oakland Raiders starting left tackle Jared Veldheer has suffered a torn triceps which will require surgery, according to the Raiders twitter feed.Fantasy Spin:Alex Barron is the likely candidate to take over until Veldheer returns, but his history of penalties and sacks makes this a big blow to the Oakland offense.
The Raiders on Tuesday added another candidate for their offensive tackle corps by signing veteran Alex Barron.
Barron brings versatility to the Raiders with his ability to play on both the left and right side of the line.
Barron, a former 19th overall selection by the Rams in 2005, last played in the NFL in 2010 when he was with the Cowboys. In 2011, with the Saints, he missed...
Alex Barron made the most of his tryout during Seahawks rookie minicamp over the weekend. Barron signed a deal with Seattle on Tuesday, the team announced, along with three other rookie tryout survivors -- offensive tackle Andrew Mitchell (Cincinnati), cornerback Donny Lisowski (Montana) and tight end Cooper Helfet (Duke). "This is real good, especially when you consider...
First reported today by Liz Matthews of 710ESPN Seahawks have signed CB Donny Lisowski, T Andrew Mitchell, T Alex Barron and TE Cooper Helfet. Alex Barron you ask? Yes that Alex Barron. The former first round draft choice (19th pick 2005 draft) of the St. Louis Rams. Per the Seahawks press release. Quote: The 6-foot-7, 320-pound Barron participated in the teams rookie minicamp...
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The Seattle Seahawks signed former St. Louis Rams first-round offensive tackle Alex Barron following a successful minicamp tryout.
A former No. 19 overall pick in 2005 from Florida State, Barron started 74 of 76 games with St. Louis.