Kris Durham

#83WR,
Height: 6' 5"
Weight: 215
Born:
College: Georgia
Birth Place: Calhoun, Georgia
Draft: 2011 4th round (10th pick) by the
  • Raiders' Marquette King says 'of course I'm faster than Derek Carr'
    Raiders Wire

    Raiders' Marquette King says 'of course I'm faster than Derek Carr'

    Oakland Raiders punter Marquette King, an avid Twitter user, fielded a series of questions from Raider Nation on Saturday ranging from his favorite television show to his breakfast side of choice. In addition to the elementary queries, King was also asked if he’d ever play running back in the NFL. As expected, King’s confidence in his abilities surfaced in his answer. Raiders offensive coordinator Todd Downing, a recent addition to the world of Twitter, has yet to issue a response to King’s desire to take his talents to the backfield. However, Derek Carr did respond to King’s claims after King attempted to mend the wounds with his quarterback. Though he did agree that King is fast, Carr rounded

  • National writer: The best-kept secret on the Dallas Cowboys roster is...
    SportsDay

    National writer: The best-kept secret on the Dallas Cowboys roster is...

    In 2017, it's Byron Jones' chance to do so in Big D. Bleacher Report goes on to say Jones and the Cowboys face "sky-high" expectations this season - Super Bowl or bust. Jones doesn't lack talent. "The third-year pro has the athleticism and versatility that NFL defenses crave on the back end; the physicality to play safety and the speed to play corner," Davenport said. "Jones piled up 88 stops with an interception last year in 16 starts. Dallas will be looking for an even bigger and better season this year." Other notable selections: Ron Leary: G, Denver Broncos Leary filled in for La'el Collins as a starting Cowboys O-line member in 2016 before leaving for Denver this spring. Davenport said Leary

  • Raiders season tickets sold out for 2017
    Raiders Wire

    Raiders season tickets sold out for 2017

    While some predicted the Oakland Raiders’ following would falter in wake of the pending move to Las Vegas, Raider Nation has proved unwavering. Raider fans will continue to cheer on the Silver and Black from Oakland-Alameda Coliseum at maximum capacity, as season tickets for the 2017 season have already sold out, per Phillip Matier & Andrew Ross of the San Francisco Chronicle. As such, Oakland officials may need to reconsider their original approach to the Raiders’ final years in the Bay Area. The Raiders’ lease at Oakland-Alameda Coliseum is currently set to expire at the conclusion of the 2018 season, meaning owner Mark Davis would need to find a temporary home for his team for at least one