29. Marcel Reece
Reece is a longtime fan favorite, making his way to the Raiders 53-man roster as an undrafted free agent, after spending much of his first two seasons on the practice squad.
Year in and year out, the story with Reece has been when he’ll be utilized more on offense, although he’s had solid production for a fullback. Since 2010, Reece has averaged about 33 catches per season and caught 12 touchdown passes — earning himself four trips to the Pro Bowl.
But Reece is now 31, he’ll be suspended for the first four games of the season for PED’s, and Jamize Olawale has emerged as viable replacement. His days in Oakland may be numbered, but he’s still adds a quality wrinkle to the Raiders offense.
– Nick Hjeltness