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|The Raiders opened the day with three unsigned draft picks Womens Christian McCaffrey Jersey , but they’ve gotten down to one on Monday afternoon.
Shortly after announcing that fourth-round cornerback Nick Nelson agreed to a four-year deal, the Raiders made the same announcement about third-round tackle Brandon Parker. Defensive end Arden Key, another third-round pick, is the lone Oakland selection without a contract.
Parker became the second of two tackles the Raiders took in the first three rounds when they traded up with the Ravens to secure his services. Parker was named MEAC offensive lineman of the year three times while at North Carolina A&T and did well at the Senior Bowl to bolster his draft stock this year.
Kolton Miller was the first tackle the Raiders selected and is seen as a good bet to wind up as the starter on the right side of the line as a rookie. Parker may not have the same path to early playing time, but it remains to be seen how things play out this summer.
CBS Sports has hired former referee Gene Steratore as a rules analyst for its NFL broadcasts.
Steratore retired this offseason after leading the officiating crew at the Super Bowl in Minneapolis. He says that after 15 years of officiating in the NFL Authentic Ronald Jones II Jersey , "it's time to hang up my whistle for a new challenge."
CBS Sports announced Tuesday that Steratore would provide analysis in New York on Sundays throughout the NFL season. He will join announcers in the booth for its Thanksgiving and NFL playoff coverage, including the Super Bowl, which is in Atlanta next year.
Steratore also will provide analysis during CBS Sports' college basketball coverage, including the NCAA men's championship. He started officiating college basketball in 1997 and finished as a Big Ten primary official.
Says Sean McManus, chairman of CBS Sports Authentic Marcus Mariota Jersey , "His strong communication skills combined with his knowledge of the rules will allow him to quickly interpret and explain the calls, giving viewers a better understanding of the rules and enhancing our overall coverage."