We continue our Raiders’ Draft Possibilities series with Luke Joeckel and Eric Fisher, who are widely considered the top two prospects at the offensive tackle position. The Oakland Raiders seem to be pretty happy with what they got in LT Jared Veldheer, but that might not stop them from drafting another OT with their first round pick, the third overall
To get to the picks that I finally decided on, I took many things into account. First and foremost, team needs. Given the laundry list of needs on the current team, that doesn’t exactly narrow it down much. Second, is “best player available” at the time of their pick. I also considered which way I think Reggie McKenzie may be leaning, given his history and comments he’s made in regards to his approach as a GM.
Continuing our Raiders’ Draft possibilities series, we take a look at the top two prospects at the defensive tackle position. The Oakland Raiders will certainly look very different over that spot of
CB D.J. Hayden and RB Miguel Maysonet have been directly linked with the Raiders at some point during the draft process, which could lead to their names being called by the Silver & Black at the end of this week.
We continue our Draft Possibilities series with two inside linebackers who caught the Oakland Raiders attention during the scouting and player evaluation process: Kevin Reddick and Kiko Alonso.
Here’s a look at one of the Raiders draft possibilities with the number three pick in the April 25th draft. Alabama’s Dee Milliner arguably the best corner back in the draft would add to a glaring need in the Raiders secondary. At 6 ft 1 and 197 lbs and with a blazing 4.37 40-yd dash time at the combine, he [...]
This week, we will discuss the salary cap, the different franchise tags, and dead money in an effort to answer questions from some of our RaiderNation brethren in Scotland, who did not grow up watching football as all of us did.
Three Offensive Coordinators and three Defensive Coordinators. That’s what the Oakland Raiders will have at their disposal for the next season.
To the joy of the majority of Raider Nation, the Oakland Raiders fired much embattled offensive coordinator Greg Knapp. For a little over two weeks, the Raiders searched for his replacement. Late last night, the Raiders finalized a deal with Greg Olson to fill the vacant offensive coordinator position. Greg Olson spent the 2012 season as the quarterbacks coach for [...]