Raiders release Nelson after 1 season

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After looking for a temporary home before the franchise's move to Las Vegas, Raiders owner Mark Davis agreed with East Bay officials on a deal on Friday to bring his team back to the Oakland-Alameda Coliseum for the 2019 National Football League season.

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The Raiders will gain $3.57 million in cap space by cutting the former Pro Bowler.

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The Coliseum Authority and the Raiders had reached a tentative agreement for a new lease late past year but it fell apart after the city filed a federal breach of contract lawsuit in December against the Raiders and the National Football League for the move to Las Vegas.

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The Raiders, meanwhile, added another 1,000-yard receiver in Tyrell Williams on Wednesday, which didn't help Nelson at all. He caught 63 passes for 739 yards and three touchdowns over 15 games in his only season with the Raiders. "We've enjoyed our time out here so far, enjoyed being with the team and starting the rebuilding process and being a part of that". Over his four seasons with the Dallas Cowboys (2015-17), New Orleans Saints (2018) and Raiders, Green has appeared in 22 contests and made seven starts. Raiders head coach Jon Gruden originally said the receiver would return to the team. McCarron was competing with Nathan Peterman, Buffalo's backup in 2017, and Josh Allen, the seventh player picked in April's draft, to become Buffalo's starting quarterback.

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