Raiders season in review: Cory Littleton

The arrival of former Las Vegas Raiders defensive coordinator Gus Bradley was seen as a chance for many Raiders defensemen to get a fresh start.

That ended up being true for some, but for linebacker Cory Littleton, his game continued to be uneven.

Famous free agent for the Los Angeles Rams in the 2020 offseason, Littleton hasn’t shown the consistency he had in LA

Littleton finished third on the Raiders in total tackles last season, and also improved his coverage numbers slightly from last season.

Otherwise, we can argue Littleton’s his role has diminished further this season, as despite being active for all 17 games, he has only played 57% of the Raiders’ snaps on defense.

Littleton’s Pro Football Focus odds were almost the same as last year, ranking well below average overall and when covering.

He could barely see the field as the Raiders rode their four-game winning streak to qualify for the playoffs at the end of the season.

Frankly, it’s safe to say that Littleton didn’t live up to the four-year contract he signed two years ago.

Littleton wasn’t among the Raiders’ improvement figureheads last season, and a new incoming regime might see him as more consumable.

If so, then this upcoming training camp could be the difference between Littleton getting another shot at Vegas and having to move on and find a third team.

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