Lito Sheppard

#21CB,
Height: 5' 10"
Weight: 194
Born:
College: Florida
Birth Place: Jacksonville, Florida
Draft: 2002 1st round (26th pick) by the
  • LOOK: Tiger Woods has a pool table that Raiders fans will absolutely love
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    LOOK: Tiger Woods has a pool table that Raiders fans will absolutely love

    Tiger Woods isn't exactly in any shape to be playing golf right now, so it looks like he has decided to pass time by playing another sport: billiards.   Woods apparently has a pool table at his house, and since he now has some free time on his hands, it looks like he decided to redesign his pool table by getting rid of the green felt that normally covers a pool table and adding some silver and black.  Basically, Woods turned his pool table into something that every Raiders fan is going to want for Christmas.  If you want you're own Raiders pool table, all you have to do is go to Walmart.com and fork over roughly $3,000. Actually, don't do that, it looks like Tiger might've bought them all because

  • Raiders countdown to camp: Derek Carr best ever to wear No. 4
    Raiders Wire

    Raiders countdown to camp: Derek Carr best ever to wear No. 4

    Friday is day No. 23 of Raiders Wire’s countdown to Oakland Raiders training camp as rookies will report July 24. Until that day, we will count down the best player to wear each jersey number from No. 26 to No. 1 — looking now at jersey No. 4. The current starter, Raiders quarterback Derek Carr, makes the list at No. 4. There wasn’t much competition for this spot as two kickers (both played just one season) and one punter who played two seasons for Oakland wore the number before Carr, per the Raiders’ official website. Ironically, only four players have worn the No. 4 for the Raiders. Carr has played three seasons in Oakland starting in 47 games and throwing for 11,194 yards, 81 touchdowns and

  • 49ers roster breakdowns, 90-in-90: Malcolm Smith
    Niners Nation

    49ers roster breakdowns, 90-in-90: Malcolm Smith

    Each year, we run a series of post called "90-in-90" here at Niners Nation. The idea is that we'll take a look at every single player on the roster, from the very bottom to the top and break them down a few different ways. This is to help give everyone a basic understanding of a roster. Of course, this roster will change, and some days we'll have more than one so it's not strictly one per day but you get the idea. One of the big signings for the San Francisco 49ers during free agency was linebacker Malcolm Smith. He was originally drafted by the Seattle Seahawks where he played for his former college coach Pete Carroll. Smith stayed on the West Coast for his next two seasons playing for the Oakland