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Long signed a one-year contract with the Raiders on Wednesday. Long will head to Las Vegas after spending the first four years of his career with the Rams. The 25-year-old played in 12 games last season, recording 21 tackles (18 solo) and a pass breakup while playing a rotational role in the secondary. He should bolster the depth of the Las Vegas secondary and possibly compete for a starting role.... See More ... See Less
Rams' David Long: Set to returnLong (groin) does not have an injury designation ahead of Sunday's game against Denver, Jourdan Rodrigue of The Athletic reports. Long has missed each of the Rams' last two games, though managed a pair of limited practices before turning in a full session Friday. He'll be set to return to a depth role in the team's secondary.... See More ... See Less
Rams' David Long: Returns in fullLong (groin) was a full participant during the Rams' practice Thursday, Jourdan Rodrigue of The Athletic reports. Long practiced in a limited fashion Wednesday after missing the Rams' previous three games with a lingering groin injury, though he appears to be fully healthy again after participating in full Thursday. The 5-foot-11 cornerback played at least 70 percent of Los Angeles' defensive snaps in each of the first two weeks. Long should step back into a starting role opposite Jalen Ramsey for Sunday's game against Carolina.... See More ... See Less
Rams' David Long: Still nursing injuryLong (groin) did not practice Thursday, Gilbert Manzano of The Orange County Register reports. Long was unable to practice to finish out last week, then was ruled out Friday for Week 3. He'll likely need to practice before the week is over to suit up Monday against the 49ers. If he's unable to play, Grant Haley may be inline to see extra opportunity.... See More ... See Less
Rams' David Long: Ruled out for Week 3Long (groin) was ruled out for Sunday's Week 3 matchup with the Cardinals, Stu Jackson of the Rams' official Twitter reports. Long will miss Sunday's contest after he showed up on the injury report Wednesday with a groin issue. With both Troy Hill (groin) and Cobie Durant (hamstring) unavailable for the game as well, the Rams will be thin in their secondary as they take on Kyler Murray and the Cardinals. Shaun Jolly was signed on Thursday and will likely step into a significant role in Week 3.... See More ... See Less
Rams' David Long: Clear of injury reportLong (knee) isn't listed on Wednesday's injury report, Jourdan Rodrigue of The Athletic reports. Long had a pick-six during Monday's win over the Cardinals before leaving with the knee injury, but coach Sean McVay said the cornerback is "doing good," per Brady Henderson of ESPN. Barring a setback, it appears the 23-year-old will be able to play in Sunday's playoff matchup with the Buccaneers.... See More ... See Less
Rams' David Long: Suffers knee injuryLong is questionable to return to Monday's wild-card matchup against Arizona after suffering a knee injury. Long suffered the injury just before halftime and walked slowly off the field prior to having his left knee examined on the training table, per Jourdan Rodrigue of The Athletic. He made his mark on the game earlier in the first half when he picked off an ill-advised Kyler Murray pass and returned it for a score. If Long is unable to return, the Rams' secondary will be very short-handed with Taylor Rapp (concussion) and Jordan Fuller (ankle) also sidelined.... See More ... See Less
Rams' David Long: Heading home to L.A.The Rams selected Long in the third round of the 2019 NFL Draft, 79th overall. The Los Angeles native gets to head home after playing his college ball at Michigan. A two-year starter, Long earned first-team All-Big Ten honors as a junior after locking down his side of the field all year. Long's ability to stick to his man in coverage led to him having just nine passes defensed and 17 tackles, as opposing quarterbacks opted to stay away from him. He possesses 4.45 speed with a 39 1/2-inch vertical and will be a nice addition to a Los Angeles secondary that needs a succession plan at corner beyond Marcus Peters and Aqib Talib.... See More ... See Less
Jerry McDonald@Jerrymcd4D agoLuis Arraez hits a three-run double -- his third hit in three innings -- and Miami leads A's 7-0. Two of runs charged to Medina, the other to Sam Long.
Jerry McDonald@Jerrymcd12D agoLong line of fans at @SKVolcanoes game to get autograph from Steve Garvey. Or are they here to see @MattMcD_44 pitch? https://t.co/YLJmGR27s5
Jerry McDonald@Jerrymcd14D agoSo who will be the #49ers QB? As long as Christian McCaffrey is good to go, I'm not sure it matters . . . https://t.co/50cE1nzqpv #mercnews
Jerry McDonald@Jerrymcd15D agoTom Brady as #Raiders part-owner? Before long, the ill-fated second phase of Oakland/Coliseum will be forgotten . . . https://t.co/1MQi7WvOY3
Jerry McDonald@Jerrymcd17D agoAstros get a run on Jose Altuve's run-scoring single in fifth. A's stop damage there with Laureano opting to throw out Maldonado at third than longshot opportunity at the plate. One run deficit looks large the way Valdez is throwing for Houston.
Vincent Bonsignore@VinnyBonsignore24D ago“Not only is he going to be a longtime NFL player, his ceiling hasn’t been reached. He’ll work at it because that’s just what he’s made of" - Texas Tech DC Tim DeRuyter on @Raiders rookie Tyree Wilson. A look at a young player who still has room to grow: https://t.co/ZiA5VwIRod
Levi Damien@LeviDamien01/01/1970#Raiders add Nigerian EDGE David Ebuka Agoha as part of NFL International Pathway program https://t.co/YKhDvfyVBL via @theraiderswire
Vic Tafur@VicTafur01/01/1970New Raiders DL David Ebuka Agoha from Nigeria was one of eight players added to NFL rosters through the NFL International Player Pathway program. The 6-5, 245-pound Agoha attended the NFL Africa talent camp in Ghana last year and then the International Combine in London.
Scott Bair@ScottBairNFL01/01/1970After three long days, the Falcons draft class is complete. There's plenty to discuss about the players chosen and how they fit, so @tori_mcelhaney and I got right to work breaking it all down for you: https://t.co/cTbLCoNTFt
Christopher Hansen@ChrisHansenNFL01/01/1970Jimmy G was one of just a few possible options for the #Raiders, so from that perspective it's not a bad move. At worst it's neutral. Wasn't my bridge QB of choice, but that is what he is. Doesn't change a thing about #Raiders long term plans.