After being released by the Oakland Raiders last week as part of a salary-cap purge, Michael Huff signed a three-year contract with the Baltimore Ravens on Thursday.
The Baltimore Ravens have agreed to a three-year deal with former Oakland Raiders safety Michael Huff.
With high powered passing offenses and poor defenses, Sunday’s game between the Oakland Raiders and New Orleans Saints could be very interesting. More injuries mean that an already limited roster will make things even more difficult for the Silver and Black.
With the Oakland Raiders struggling and off to a 3-6 start, one of the more popular and productive veterans is defensive back Michael Huff, who has moved from safety to cornerback this season.
Oakland’s 55-20 loss to the Baltimore Ravens was the second straight loss for the Raiders but this game is arguably the low point of the season. Oakland was simply embarrassed by the superior Ravens and look directionless on the field.
The Raiders (1-3) returned to practice Monday after having four days off for their bye week looking for answers on how to fix a defense that is on pace to allow the most points and yards in a season in team history.
The Steelers have more depth and despite missing some big names like key defenders James Harrison and Troy Polamalu, but they’ll still be a tough challenge for an Oakland team which ranks near the bottom on both offense and defense.
Oakland defensive tackle Richard Seymour missed his second straight practice Friday, leaving him questionable for Sunday’s game in Minnesota.
Raiders free safety Michael Huff’s sore groin has prevented him from fully practicing this week. He insists it won’t keep him out of Sunday’s game against Buffalo.