A team that is in need of receivers will have one fewer after today.
The Raiders are expected to release wide receiver Ronald Curry today, according to a team source, adding him to a thin market of free-agent receivers.
Releasing Curry will save the Raiders $2.3 million against the salary cap. He is not expected to be the last player let go, either. Oakland can save $7.2 million if it releases offensive tackle Kwame Harris, who has an $8.8 million cap figure for the upcoming season.
Curry had bounced back from injuries to become a dependable target in Oakland. But now he will be leaving, looking for work elsewhere.