The Raiders are in desperate need of a running back.

They’re currently playing in a division rival, the Patriots, and they’re still trying to figure out who they’ll be playing with this season.

The Raiders need to get their running back in the lineup and they’ll need it quickly.

If there’s any doubt, former Raiders running backs coach Dave Stewart will start at running back this week against the Patriots.

The former Raiders fullback had a decent year as a full-time starter for the Raiders in 2015, but he was traded to the Texans before the start of the season.

He was released after that season and signed with the Titans.

Stewart went 1-3 as a starter for New Orleans in 2016 and 2017.

The Titans also released him after that year.

If the Raiders need a new running back to replace Ronnie Brown, they could look to former New England tight end Evan Engram, who played in nine games for the Texans in 2016.

Engram started two games in 2017 for the Chiefs and averaged 6.5 yards per carry and caught one pass for nine yards.

He had a disappointing season with the Texans and was released in February of 2018.

He spent the next four years in New England.

He has yet to play a regular-season game in the NFL.

He spent the past two years with the Chiefs as an undrafted free agent.

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