If the Raiders are going to play tag, they only have a few hours left to do it.
The Oakland Raiders have not been deterred by a pending lockout of its players. The player's union has argued that the tag is meaningless until the league has a new collective bargaining agreement, which is currently being negotiated.
Miller is probably a more realistic player to get the tag since his one-year salary would be around $7.3 million.
Of course the Raiders have until March 2 to strike a deal with both players before the league's CBA expires and a freeze on free agency is expected to go into effect.