With the NFL’s Quarterback Carousel officially on in an unusually active offseason, it’s time that teams with doubts or substantial extra value at quarterback to start making calls about moving the most important position in football. This puts the Las Vegas Raiders and former Oregon superstar Marcus Mariota in a bind. Given the opportunity to play in place of an injured Derek Carr, Mariota performed substantially better than expected, against Offensive Rookie of the Year Justin Herbert no less.
The Raiders have extended contract by one season. The second-year defensive end played in 15 games last season, snagging a total of ten tackles, including five solo tackles, five assists and two sacks. Originally signed by the Pittsburgh Steelers as an undrafted free agent in 2018, he was eventually waived and hopped teams from the Steelers to the Tennessee Titans to serve on their practice squad for one season.
Check out the highlights and the numbers from Clemson Tigers defensive end, Clelin Ferrell, heading into the 2019 NFL Draft.