2014 NFL Free Agency Preview: Top 5 Running backs

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Feb 2, 2014; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; Denver Broncos running back Knowshon Moreno (27) is tackled by Seattle Seahawks strong safety Kam Chancellor (31) in the second quarter in Super Bowl XLVIII at MetLife Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

3. Knowshon Moreno

Age: 26

2013 Stats: 241 atts, 1,038 yds, 10 TDs. 60 recs, 548 yds, 3 TDs (16 games)

Career Stats: 845 atts, 3,468 yds, 36 TDs, 26, 157 recs, 1,401 yds, 9 TDs.

With the Broncos taking Montee Ball early in the 2013 Draft, it appeared that Knowshon Moreno’s years in Denver were numbered. He came in to camp as the second or even third running back on the depth chart and struggled to find his place early on. As the season progressed he quickly became the feature back and topped off his year with 224 yards against the New England Patriots. Denver will look to resign Moreno but he could test the open market. Moreno would be an excellent fit for the Raiders as he is already familiar with the division and will be expensive but not out of Oakland’s price range.

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  • Raider Grant

    Acquiring Tate would be sick, but his price tag could bust that option. Blount for the right price would be nice addition to silver & black. Both players are power runners capable of forcing open a long run. I’ve always thought Marcel Reece should be converted to HB, or utilized in slot with his exceptional catching ability. Hoping L.Murray can contribute in a big way, but my gut tells me Murray could prove to be another bad draft pick by McKenzie. Go Raiders