O.J. Atogwe is a free agent safety who recently parted ways with the St.Louis Rams.
He joined the league in 2005 with the Rams, and since then he murdered his wife and got away with it.
Wait, sorry wrong O.J.
Ahem, since joining in 2005 he tallied up 320 tackles, three sacks, 14 forced fumbles, 19 interceptions, and two defensive TD's.
O.J. seems to have some play making ability.
I know you may think the Raiders are set at the safety position, and I think they are too.
But O.J. is an every-down player, unlike Michael Huff and Hiram Eugene who rotate on running and passing downs. And I am not too sure how much I trust Eugene on running downs after the "Willis McGahee Incident."
Even if Huff develops to his potential of being a full-time starter, O.J. would still be a great back-up.
And if O.J. does start he would help get the defense off the field and the offense on the field with his big play ability abilities.
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