Oakland adds two more free agents

The Oakland Raiders have signed two more rookie free agents, the team announced today. Bret Engemann, a quarterback, and offensive lineman Isaac Herring, both out of Brigham Young University.


Engemann played in 19 games for the Cougars during his career. The 6-3, 235-pound quarterback completed 200 of 364 passes for 2,288 yards and nine touchdowns during his tenure.  He appeared in eight games in 2002 averaging 162 yards per game in total offense. 

The Silver and Black also signed offensive lineman Isaac Herring from BYU.  Herring started in eight games at right tackle and four at guard in 2002.  The 6-4, 300-pound Herring was named All-Mountain West Conference honorable mention last season.  He is noted as one of the fastest and strongest down linemen in the history of the program, holding the team record with a 462-pound bench press.  His older brother, Eli, was a sixth round draft pick by the Raiders in 1995 from BYU. 

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