Former Bills linebacker Zach Brown visited with the Oakland Raiders on Monday and left without a deal, but the door is apparently open on negotiations.
According to Brown’s brand new agents, Jason and Michael Katz, they’re still discussing it over with the Raiders brass, but also caution that there are others interested in the 28-year-old.
Brown had a career year last season with 149 tackles, 4 sacks and 1 interception.
Per CSN Bay Area: ‘ Brown stands 6-foot-1, 248 pounds and is a quality coverage linebacker, something the Raiders need even after signing Miami weakside linebacker Jelani Jenkins to a one-year contract on Monday. Two-year starter Malcolm Smith signed with the 49ers this offseason, and Perry Riley Jr. remains on the open market. The Raiders could re-sign Riley, who brought stability to the middle linebacker spot after joining the Raiders during the 2016 season.
Brown changed representation during his time on the open market. He recently hired Jason and Michael Katz of CSE Football, a move that was announced on Tuesday morning. ‘