The Raiders' troubling left tackle situation, meanwhile, can be summarized in one sentence that came across the transaction wire Monday: They signed free agent Tony Pashos and released Alex Barron.
Barron was the team's starting left tackle just two weeks ago, as it scrambled to replace injured starter Jared Veldheer. But Barron hadn't played in a game since 2010, and it showed during the preseason. Rookie Menelik Watson is expected to start at left tackle after missing most of camp.
The Raiders have just three healthy tackles on the roster: Watson, Pashos and Khalif Barnes. Veldheer is a candidate to be placed on injured reserve later this week, with a designation to return.
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