Raiders bringing in return specialist to face Chargers
OCT 20, 8:09p ET | Arnie Stapleton
Rotowire: Oct 10 / 1:36p ET
News: Mays (ankle) was released by the Raiders on Saturday, ESPN's Field Yates reports.
Impact: Mays was a non-factor in the Oakland secondary with Nate Allen and Charles Woodson playing well in their respective safety positions. He might be able to catch on with another team looking for depth at safety.
Rotowire: Sep 15 / 3:26p ET
News: Mays agreed to a contract with the Raiders on Tuesday.
Impact: May will provide some depth at a position group that saw both starters -- Nate Allen and Charles Woodson -- suffer an injury in Week 1. He will likely fill a reserve role initially, but will have a chance to see some playing time with just two other safeties on the Raiders' roster.
StatsLLC: Sep 15 / 12:00a ET
News: The Oakland Raiders have brought back safety Taylor Mays and defensive lineman C.J. Wilson.
Impact: They were brought back less than two weeks after they were cut.