Raiders QB Carson Palmer loves what he's seeing from WR Rod Streater. "He's a player," Palmer said. "He didn't come in like he's an undrafted rookie; he doesn't play like he's a rookie. He's special. He's special. And that's pretty obvious. He just wants to get better but there's nothing scared about the way he plays or about the way he prepares. Just a ton of upside and I can't wait to keep working with him." Through 3 weeks of preseason action, Streater sits 2nd in the league with 18 receptions and 6th with 165 yards. Of course, that doesn't always translate to regular-season success, but we liked what we've seen from Streater. He runs right routes and has reliable hands. He was targeted 7 times with the 1st-team offense in the 3rd exhibition. And with WRs Denarius Moore (hamstring) and Jacoby Ford (foot) banged-up, Steater figures to play a significant early-season role. He could keep it if he keeps playing like he has this preseason. The rookie is definitely on our radar as a late-round flier.