Antonio Hamilton, who came into the league with the (then Oakland) Raiders, recently found a home with the Kansas City Chiefs. Maybe not a move that will turn heads, but due to history with our site, we wish him well.
Hailing from Johnston, South Carolina and playing for South Carolina St, Hamilton joined the Raiders in 2016 as an unrestricted free agent.
Former Raiders cornerback lands on his feet
With the Raiders, Hamilton had 15 tackles in twelve games though he was eventually waived on September 1, 2018. When the Raider Ramble was still in its infancy, Hamilton spoke with us regarding the season back in 2017, this is something we’re grateful for. Raider Nation, you can read the full interview with Christopher Engelage here.
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As far as now is concerned, Hamilton has been brought in to help the hated rival Chiefs’ defense. Trying to remain contenders as the current Super Bowl champions while dealing with dwindling cap space hasn’t been easy. Hamilton came into his own last year with the New York Giants. In two starts while playing in all 16 games, Hamilton had a completion percentage of 66.7% when targeted 18 times, and totaled 17 tackles. We wish Mr. Hamilton well, even if it’s the Chiefs.
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