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By MICHAEL WAGAMAN
Associated Press
ALAMEDA, Calif. (AP) - Rod Streater and Andre Holmes are perfect examples of how things have changed with the Oakland Raiders in the post-Al Davis era.
Though both are fairly swift on the field, neither of the two wide receivers is particularly fast, a trait Davis always favored in his players. Streater and Holmes are also more possession-type receivers who are better on the sideline and crossing routes than they are at getting deep.
The two have something else in common. They both went undrafted, Streater in 2012 and Holmes the year before that.
Over the past three weeks, however, the duo has been among Oakland's most productive players.

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