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The Oakland Raiders on Sunday cut quarterback Tyler Wilson, who was selected by the team in the fourth round of April's draft, and veteran punter Chris Kluwe.
In corresponding moves, Oakland claimed guard Antoine McClain from the Baltimore Ravens and defensive tackle Brian Sanford from the Cleveland Browns.
Kluwe had tweeted goodbye to the Raiders on Sunday ahead of the team's official announcement and wished the best to Marquette King. Kluwe and King had been competing for the Raiders' punting job this preseason.
Thanks to everyone at the Raiders for the opportunity this preseason. It was a blast. @MarquetteKing's got a bright future with you guys!— Chris Kluwe (@ChrisWarcraft) September 1, 2013
Wilson's release leaves Terrelle Pryor, Matt Flynn and undrafted rookie Matt McGloin as the three quarterbacks still on the Raiders' roster.
Oakland has yet to name a Week 1 starter at the position.