2/16KFFL.com Hot off the Wire: Raiders | Few untouchables on roster : Oakland Raiders PK Sebastian Janikowski, P Shane Lechler, DL Richard Seymour, OT Jared Veldheer and OG Stefen Wisniewski are the...[+] only players who could be described as safe on the team's roster. QB Carson Palmer is also expected to return in 2012.
News -- November 2011
11/21KFFL.com Hot off the Wire: Raiders | Jared Veldheer shines in Week 11: Oakland Raiders OT Jared Veldheer turned in a solid effort in Week 11 by not allowing Minnesota Vikings DL Jared Allen to record...[+] a sack. Allen had recorded at least a half-sack in each game this season. Veldheer committed just one holding penalty in the game, but it prevented Allen from getting to QB Carson Palmer.
11/18KFFL.com Hot off the Wire: Raiders | Jared Veldheer prefers going solo: Oakland Raiders OT Jared Veldheer doesn't like when the team gives him help, although head coach Hue Jackson said there are times...[+] when mixing up things is important in the overall scheme, whether Veldheer needs it or not. 'Sometimes, we've left him out there, sometimes we help, sometimes we chip, we do a little bit of it all, because you have to be multiple in pass protections,' Jackson said.
11/9KFFL.com Hot off the Wire: Raiders | Offensive line changes might be needed in Week 10: Oakland Raiders OT Khalif Barnes (shoulder) and C Samson Satele (knee) were riding exercise bikes as the team went through warmups...[+] for practice Tuesday, Nov. 8. If Barnes and Satele are both unable to play, the line is likely to consist of OT Stephon Heyer at right tackle, OG Cooper Carlisle at right guard, C Stefen Wisniewski at center, OT Joseph Barksdale at left guard and Jared Veldheer at left tackle.
11/5KFFL.com Hot off the Wire: Raiders | Jared Veldheer ready for speed rush: Oakland Raiders OT Jared Veldheer said Friday, Nov. 4, that he is ready for the speed rush of Denver Broncos DL Elvis Dumervil...[+] and LB Von Miller in Week 9. 'The key is to just stay disciplined in your set, maintain a good body posture and just use your mechanics and fundamentals that the coaches teach us,' Veldheer said.