With the start of the 2017 Combine a week away, Raiders GM Reggie McKenzie is ready. Not only will he compile a list of draftable players, but also those who may not hear their names called.
With news of Latavius Murray looking to sign a big money deal, the Raiders need to examine other power back options. Writer Ray Aspuria delves into the situation.
As a unit, the Raiders offensive line is among the league's best. LT Donald Penn's contribution into establishing their identity cannot be understated.
The Raiders sit at the 24th pick of the NFL Draft. Reggie McKenzie is notorious for concealing his picks. There could be a suprise in store.
The Oakland Raiders appear set at tight end with Clive Walford. Yet, Miami TE David Njoku presents an athletic alternative.
While the league buzzes with free agency speculation, the Raiders quietly go about their work. In the end, the correct signing decisions will be made.
Sean Smith and Dan Williams head in opposite directions. According to Michael Medrano, the Raiders have two relatively easy choices to make.
In the midst of the offseason, the Raiders could quickly upgrade their front seven with these two moves.
Right Tackle is a weak spot for the Raiders. Temple OT could be the long-term solution. His power and technique will shore up a deficiency.
With continuous MLB issues, the Raiders should look at free agent Kevin Minter. Minter's tackling, toughness and performance against the run, should intrigue Reggie McKenzie.
Entering his second season, Raiders RB DeAndre Washington will impact this season. His explosive running in space, combined with his determination makes 2017 interesting.
Michigan Slot CB Jourdan Lewis offers the Raiders a tenacious corner that can also play the run. Never one to back down, Lewis' aggressive nature could serve Oakland well.
LB Gerald Hodges could solve a need that plagued the Raiders for the last two seasons. The need for a coverage linebacker becomes clearer with every game. Hodges provides that ability.