Oakland Raiders releasing cornerback Sean Smith

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It didn't take long for the Oakland Raiders to release him from the roster as a result.

The charges stem from an incident last off-season when Smith reportedly beat his sister's boyfriend.

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"He's pleased that [Smith] is admitting guilt, but the sentence is light,"Woods' attorney Jonathan Dennis said of the plea bargain". Smith was due base salaries of $8.25 million in 2018 and $8.75 million in 2019.

Over two seasons with the Raiders, Smith appeared in 29 games with 22 starts and totaled 77 tackles, four interceptions and 17 passes defensed.

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Unfortunately, Smith never quite worked out as expected in Oakland, along with a myriad of other acquisitions that continue to plague the Raiders even today.

Smith is also facing legal problems. This after being 109th in passer rating allowed in Weeks 1-11. Smith contributed to a lackluster Oakland secondary, and though he intercepted Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott twice in one game, was largely inconsistent on the year. Amerson later signed with the Kansas City Chiefs. Plus, Carrie is a free agent.

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Newhouse started 14 games last season for the Raiders but new coach Jon Gruden said at the combine that the play at right tackle last season was inconsistent. His 32 tackles past year matched the fewest since his 2009 rookie season with Miami.

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