Raiders release punter Marquette King

The Raiders have cut punter Marquette King. The surprise move was announced on Friday afternoon, making one of the league’s best an unrestricted free agent.nfl jersey for cheap

The transaction will save $2.9 million in salary cap space for a team up against the NFL’s spending threshold.

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King has a unique personality, one that may have potentially clashed with new head coach Jon Gruden and/or special teams coach Rich Bisaccia. A league source indicated that, and an above-average price tag, had an impact in King’s release. The transaction was motivated by new coaches on staff.

King had three years left on a contract extension signed in the 2016 offseason, and was set to make roughly $3 million per season.
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He was told of his release on Friday. There will be a market for his services, even at this late stage of free agency.

King is immensely popular within Raider Nation and across the league, and has a powerful social-media presence. He often celebrates lavishly after a quality performance, and has been penalized for on-field antics. He once threw a penalty flag back at an official, and got into it with Kansas City tight end Travis Kelce. He also posed for a picture with Aqib nfl jerseys cheap authentic Talib holding a chain during the 2017 Pro Bowl, playfully jabbing Michael Crabtree’s conflict with the then-Denver defensive back. That was not well received by some in the Raiders locker room.

While incidents like that may rub some the wrong way, there’s no doubting King’s talent. He was a second-team All-Pro in 2016, and has 41.1-yard net average. He excels at pinning opponents deep, with a knack for placing punts inside the 20-yard like. Last season, he had 28 punts downed inside the 20, with just six touchbacks.custom nfl jerseys cheap

King was also the team’s holder.customized nfl jerseys cheap

Colby Wadman is now the only punter on the Raiders roster.

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Michael Bennett to Enter Not Guilty Plea If Felony Charge Goes to Trial

Philadelphia Eagles defensive end Michael Bennett’s lawyer said Friday that his client will enter a not guilty plea if his case goes to trial.

Rusty Hardin said the following regarding Bennett’s case, according to ESPN.com’s Tim McManus: “The only two possible outcomes for this case is the DA’s office [saying] they don’t have a case and dismissing, or a trial—one or the other. If and whenever they ask for a plea, it will be not guilty.”authentic nfl jerseys

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Per McManus, Bennett allegedly pushed through security personnel, including a 66-year-old woman who is paraplegic, to gain field access after the New England Patriots beat the Atlanta Falcons in Super Bowl LI.

Bennett was attempting to reach his brother, Martellus Bennett, who was a tight end with the Pats at the time.

Houston Police chief Art Acevedo said Bennett allegedly nfl jerseys wholesale told security, “You all must know who I am, and I can own this m—–f—–. I’m going down to the field, whether you like it or not.”

Last week, Bennett turned himself in at a courthouse in Harris County, Texas, according to Miya Shay of ABC 13.

He later posted $10,000 bond.nfl jerseys china

Bennett was traded from the Seattle Seahawks to the Eagles this offseason along with a seventh-round pick for wide receiver Marcus Johnson and a fifth-round pick.

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