Raiders workout two long snappers

The Oakland Raiders officially lost Adam Treu on Tuesday, placing him on injured reserve. While they added Chris Morris from the practice squad, SilverandBlack.com has learned that they also worked out two long snappers.

Adam Treu is the longest tenured Oakland Raider, playing in more games than anyone on the current roster. Since being selected in the third round of the 1997 NFL Draft, Treu had played in every game until his season ended on Tuesday.

Chris Morris, a seventh round pick in this year's draft out of Michigan State, had spent the first 11 weeks of the season on the practice squad. A three-year starter, he allowed one sack over his final two seasons with the Spartans.

As the offensive line depth continues to wane, Oakland worked out long snapper Jon Condo. Condo began the year in camp with the New England Patriots but became expendable when Lonie Paxton returned from injury. He has been looking for work since.

Also, Oakland brought in long snapper Jody Littleton for a workout. Littleton, a former linebacker, originally saw duty in two games as the Chicago Bears long snapper in 2002. He went on to serve as the Detroit Lions long snapper for eight games in 2004 before ending up on injured reserve. After spending time with Detroit in 2005 Littleton was briefly with the Cleveland Browns before getting cut back in March.


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