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Raiders add 16 undrafted free agents, including QB

Updated April 27, 2024 - 7:37 pm

The Raiders’ work didn’t end when the 2024 NFL draft was over Saturday.

The team agreed to terms with an additional 16 undrafted free agents before the day was done, including South Alabama quarterback Carter Bradley.

Bradley is the son of former Raiders defensive coordinator and current Colts defensive coordinator Gus Bradley. He completed 679 of his 1,079 passes in college for 8,373 yards while throwing 61 touchdowns and 27 interceptions.

The Raiders also signed Baylor guard Clark Barrington, Texas Christian offensive tackle Andrew Coker, Arkansas State wide receiver Jeff Foreman, North Carolina defensive tackle Tomari Fox, Baylor defensive end TJ Franklin, North Carolina defensive end Amari Gainer, Northern Iowa cornerback Demarcus Governor, Mississippi State wide receiver Lideatrick Griffin, Furman guard Jake Johanning, Tennessee wide receiver Ramel Keyton, Clemson center Will Putnam, Nebraska safety Phalen Sanford, Iowa defensive tackle Noah Shannon, Maryland cornerback Ja’Quan Sheppard, Washington State defensive end Ron Stone and Texas Tech cornerback Rayshad Williams.

Keyton had 66 catches for 1,204 yards and 11 touchdowns the last two seasons at Tennessee. Griffin had 90 catches for 1,160 yards and eight touchdowns the last two years at Mississippi State.

Stone had 201 tackles and 16 sacks in five seasons at Washington State.

Gainer split time between Florida State and North Carolina during his collegiate career. He totaled 237 tackles and 8½ sacks between the two stops.

Sheppard had 94 tackles, two sacks and 19 pass breakups between his four seasons at Cincinatti and his one at Maryland. The players join the Raiders’ eight-person draft class as the newest members of the organization.

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