After Saturday’s rash of signings, several receivers are signed.
The Raiders never got a chance to woo Bernard Berrian, but for the money he received from Minnesota (reportedly $16 million guaranteed) there was probably little chance he’d leave Minnesota without a deal.
Donte’ Stallworth is also gone. Same goes for Devery Henderson.
There are still some receivers the Raiders could land at bargain prices. Perhaps Drew Carter or Devard Darling would fit.
Maybe new receivers coach James Lofton could coax more from former Chief Samie Parker.
Bryant Johnson is set to visit Buffalo.
Also, don't rule out Javon Walker. My colleague Matt Barrows caught up with Walker's agent who said they hadn't decided which teams to look at seriously.
With Ronald Curry the only veteran receiver on the roster, the Raiders need to add experience.
Johnnie Lee Higgins played so little as a rookie, he’ll be learning a lot of the things he should have learned in 2007.
But after Saturday, it appears the big bucks have gone to the receivers that will get them … except for a guy named Randy Moss.
And we know how he likes his pay: Straight cash, homey.