Once the team's leading wide receiver, Rod Streater is gearing up to hit free agency after spending four seasons with the Oakland Raiders.
Streater was originally signed by the Oakland Raiders as an undrafted free agent out of Temple University and led the Raiders in receiving in his second year, racking up 60 receptions for 888 yards and four touchdowns.
Streater then injured himself the following year, and found himself struggling to see the field under new head coach Jack Del Rio with a much deeper wide receiving corps. In fact, Streater only appeared in one game last season, hauling in just one pass for eight yards.
The former undrafted wideout found himself in a much more crowded position, competing against Andre Holmes, rookie Seth Roberts, veteran Michael Crabtree and standout rookie Amari Cooper.
With plenty of teams likely looking to upgrade af the receiver position, it shouldn't be surprising if Streater is donning a different jersey next season.