Oakland Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie told the media on Thursday that he is not interested in bringing in any more wide receivers despite the fact that some big name veterans remain without a team this season.
Names like Plaxico Burress, Terrell Owens and Chad Johnson are all without a home in the NFL, though McKenzie isn't fond enough of any of these aging wideouts to bring them into the Silver and Black.
"It's not just (their) age," McKenzie told the San Francisco Chronicle and the Oakland Tribune. "If the right player could add to the group...we just didn't feel those three were the right ones. Clear and simple. If I felt like they could have added something to what we were doing, I would have strongly considered it."
Oakland could use a boost at receiver, with Darrius Heyward-Bey currently No. 1 on the depth chart. Jacoby Ford's season may be over with after having Lisfranc surgery on Tuesday, while Juron Criner is dealing with a sore ankle. Denarius Moore has been limited by a hamstring issues since June, though could return this Sunday against Miami.
Still, the Raiders must use what they've already got. Rookie Rod Streater and veteran Derek Hagan could start seeing a larger role in the offense until the rest of their wideouts get healthy.