Raiders cut John Henderson, Cooper Carlisle

JOSH DUBOW AP Sports Writer Published:

ALAMEDA, Calif. (AP) -- The Oakland Raiders have cut two more players as part of an offseason overhaul, letting go of starting right guard Cooper Carlisle and reserve defensive tackle John Henderson.

The Raiders announced the move on Wednesday, the first full day of the new league year.

Oakland has cut six players so far this offseason, including four starters from the team that went 8-8 in 2011. Starting outside linebacker Kamerion Wimbley also could be let go if he does not agree to restructure his contract this week.

That's all part of the big changes for the Raiders under new general manager Reggie McKenzie and coach Dennis Allen, who are running the team in the first offseason since the death of longtime owner Al Davis.