2007: Emerged as the Raiders best offensive player after starting the year as a backup before a knee injury cut his season short.
Fargas was outstanding at times but more importantly was a consistent force and finished with 1,009 yards.
Market interest level: High
Raiders interest level: Medium to high
Fargas is a favorite of Al Davis, who loves the speed and quickness that Fargas brings to the offense. After what Fargas did this past season, it's hard to believe the organization has changed its feelings, either.
Still, it wouldn't be that much of a surprise if Fargas signs elsewhere. Given that the team had three different backs thrive as starters, there could be a feeling in Oakland that it won't matter who is in the backfield next year.
Nevertheless, Fargas is a player the Raiders will remain in contact with over the coming weeks. He'll most definitely test the free agent waters and should attract a lot of attention because of the lack of star quality overall available in the off-season. Fargas' history of injuries will be a red flag for some.