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|After a surprisingly impressive sophomore season in 2013 where he caught 60 passes for nearly 900 yards, Raiders wideout Rod Streater was pegged on many sleeper boards heading into the 2014 season. Streater would catch a touchdown pass in Week 1 and appeared to be on his way to living up to the hype, but a broken foot ended his season early in Week 3. Now back on the field, Streater finds himself in a battle for the team’s third wide receiver spot behind Crabtree and Cooper. Worse yet, even if he wins the third receiver job, he’ll likely be behind tight end Mychal Rivera and at least one of the Raiders’ running backs on the target pecking order. The 6’3” receiver might possess the stature to produce decent numbers this season, but without guaranteed regular playing time, it will be hard to trust him on draft day.
|Raiders expected to sign Michael Crabtree|
Veteran wideout sticking in the Bay Area
By: Mike Krueger | Mon Apr 13, 6:44 pm
|From @caplannfl and myself, Raiders expected to sign Michael Crabtree as soon as tonight. (Bill Williamson on Twitter)|
FFToday's Take: If true, Crabtree would join James Jones, Rod Streater, Andre Holmes and perhaps a top receiving rookie as weapons for young quarterback Derek Carr. Crabtree caught 68 passes for 698 yards and 4 TDs last season in San Francisco but has yet to regain his form from 2012 when he finished as fantasy's No.15 wide receiver. It's hard to imagine Crabtree making a meaningful fantasy impact in 2015 as the Raiders attempt to right the ship.