Post-Draft Outlook: A closer look at the Raiders' picks: Round 4/106 -- Bruce Campbell, OT, 6-5, 310, Maryland, Although his superior physical skills have never been matched by on-field production, Campbell is a worthwhile projection in the fourth round on a team in need of help on the offensive line. - by The Sports Xchange
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08/24/14 - T Bruce Campbell had his contract terminated by the Jets Saturday (Aug. 23).
08/06/14 - T Bruce Campbell was signed by the Jets on Aug. 5. Campbell, who was participating in training camp on a tryout basis, takes the roster spot of OLB Jermaine Cunningham, who was placed on injured reserve with a torn Achilles tendon. Campbell, 26, played with Oakland from 2010 through 2012 before missing last season with a rotator cuff injury.
03/31/12 - OG Bruce Campbell was traded to the Panthers for RB mike Goodson.
"We wanted to acquire another player to compete at the running back position," said Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie. "He can do a lot of things in our scheme on offense. He's very versatile, he has natural running skills, he's a great receiver out of the backfield and he has kick-return ability. I'm anxious to see if he can put all that together here as a Raider."
Goodson wrote: "Lol just got a trade call #crayzzzyyyyyyy. Newest Oakland Raider !!!!! Headin to Cali!...Big S/o to all my Panther Fans Thanks for all the love and support !!!!!!"
Campbell was a workout warrior out of Maryland who wasn't a fit in the Raiders' scheme.
Goodson, who appeared in only four games in 2011 because of a hamstring injury, had 103 rushes for 452 yards in 2010, and becomes Oakland's insurance policy for oft-injured starter Darren McFadden. Former Raiders No. 2 back Michael Bush left via free agency, signing with the Bears.