Raiders Free Agents 2012: RB Michael Bush Slated To Become UFA

The Oakland Raiders went through a turbulent season in 2011. They got off to their hottest start in years and looked playoff-bound before the passing of Al Davis, a plague of injuries to key players and a regression to their penalty-drawing days of recent seasons. They missed out on the playoffs by just one win (or one instance of the Denver Broncos not losing, if you want to be more accurate) and will be heading into 2012 attempting to field a team with more depth under the guidance of a new head coach and a new general manager.

To plan for the fall, the Raiders will first have to take a look at their free agent situation before free agency begins on March 13. Here is the full list of their impending free agents, courtesy of Mac's Football Blog.

Exclusive Rights Free Agents (4)

FB Marcel Reece
DE Mason Brodine
CB Bryan McCann
S Jerome Boyd

Restricted Free Agents (1)

DT Desmond Bryant

Unrestricted Free Agents (16)

QB Kyle Boller
QB Jason Campbell
RB Michael Bush
RB Rock Cartwright
WR T.J. Houshmandzadeh
WR Chaz Schilens
OT Khalif Barnes
OT Stephon Heyer
OC Samson Satele
DE Quentin Groves
DE Jarvis Moss
DE Trevor Scott
LB Darryl Blackstock
CB Lito Sheppard
S Tyvon Branch
S Matt Giordano

For all news and information regarding the Oakland Raiders, please visit Silver and Black Pride.

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