In the past I have defended DHB as a hard worker and somewhat of a victim of draft expectancies, dude was on a difficult path through no fault of his own. To his credit he has remained a grounded and a hardworking guy willing to contribute in any capacity. This should be recognized as the acts of a consumate professional and worthy team mate.
Problem is dude needs to be a receiver and catch a few balls.
Maybe it is time to look at his development and body of work and admit that it's over. It will be a sad day to say goodbye because the man has been a fresh example of selfless effort and professionalism in pro sports, something rarely seen in today's NFL and more importantly, on the Raiders.
Sir, I tip my hat to you, but don't let the door hit you in the backside son......
"An armed man is a citizen, an unarmed man is a subject"