The Oakland Raiders released former West Chester East star Matt Schaub on Monday, less than a year after acquiring him to be their starting quarterback.

Schaub was beaten out for the starting job by rookie Derek Carr last year. He was released just days after Oakland signed Christian Ponder as a backup.

Schaub threw just 10 passes with two interceptions last season. Oakland traded a sixth-round pick to Houston for Schaub last March and paid him $8 million for his season on the bench.

Winston staying home?

Former Florida State quarterback Jameis Winston reportedly will not attend the NFL draft. He plans to spend the night with family and friends, according to a report by Sports Illustrated.

The draft will take place in Chicago from April 30-May 2 and Winston is expected to be taken No. 1 overall by Tampa Bay.

Moves

Former Eagles safety Kurt Coleman signed a two-year contract with the Carolina Panthers. He made only three starts in the last two seasons with the Eagles and Kansas City Chiefs.

Longtime New England nose tackle Vince Wilfork, 33, signed with Houston.

The Dallas Cowboys signed two linebackers: Jasper Brinkley, who spent five of his first six years with Minnesota, and Andrew Gachkar, who played for San Diego.

The Cleveland Browns signed cornerback Tramon Williams and agreed to terms with lineman Randy Starks. Williams, 32, spent the last eight seasons with the Green Bay Packers. Starks, 31, was released by Miami last week.

The Tennessee Titans agreed to terms with cornerback Perrish Cox, who had five interceptions for San Francisco last season.

Safety Jeron Johnson signed with the Washington Redskins after four seasons as a backup with Seattle.

Cornerback Chykie Brown and offensive lineman John Jerry are returning to the New York Giants. Contract terms were not immediately available.

San Francisco 49ers linebacker Chris Borland, 24, is retiring because of concerns about head trauma.

Ex-49er filing suit

Former 49ers defensive lineman Ray McDonald filed a defamation lawsuit against a woman who accused him of rape. The 49ers cut McDonald in December after learning of the allegation.

The Santa Clara County district attorney is considering whether to file criminal charges.