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McGloin buried on Raiders depth chart again Not a lot has changed in the year since Oakland Raiders quarterback Matt McGloin entered the NFL as an undrafted free agent. He's still buried on Oakland's depth chart, still spending most of his time in practice waiting for the occasional rep or two with the offense. ''Coming in here last year, I wouldn't get any reps actually,'' McGloin said. In terms of being prepared mentally, it kind of ...
Oakland Raiders' projected roster Examining the Oakland Raiders' roster: QUARTERBACKS (3) Matt Schaub Derek Carr Matt McGloin Schaub is the Raiders' franchise quarterback. Period. RUNNING BACKS (4) Darren McFadden Maurice Jones-Drew Latavius Murray George Atkinson III In order to keep both McFadden and Jones-Drew healthy, expect the Raiders to dole out a healthy dose of Murray and CFL Grey Cup MVP Kory Sheets in the exhibition ...
Oakland Raiders Have a Future Star at RB in Latavius Murray Most fans will look at the Oakland Raiders defense for rising young stars like Khalil Mack. But the Silver and Black have intriguing second-year running back Latavius Murray , who could make their offensive attack the most promising part of Oakland’s journey back to NFL relevance. Murray will become a breakout star for the Raiders if they just give him the opportunity. Drafted in the sixth round ...
Oakland Raiders: Don't Panic on D.J. Hayden The Oakland Raiders traded down from No. 3 to No. 12 overall to select cornerback D.J. Hayden in the 2013 NFL Draft, but to this point they haven’t gotten much out of him. Hayden missed eight games in 2013 with a sports hernia and missed far more practice time due to various other injuries. Now, Hayden will miss more time with a stress fracture in his foot, according to Vic Tafur of the San ...
Raiders have high hopes for rookie Khalil Mack Khalil Mack is entering the NFL with much more fanfare than he began his college career. Oakland Raiders coach Dennis Allen likened Mack to Denver star Von Miller, who had 11 1/2 sacks as a rookie when Allen was defensive coordinator for the Broncos in 2011.
Oakland Raiders News: 4 Players To Watch At 2014 Training Camp The Oakland Raiders arrived at training camp on Tuesday, as they begin their preparations for the 2014 NFL season. The team is looking to improve upon last year’s disappointing campaign, which saw them win just four games and finish in last place in the AFC West. Six weeks away from Week One, the Raiders are hoping to field a winning team for the first time in 12 years, during which time they've ...
Raiders CB Hayden to start camp on PUP Oakland Raiders cornerback DJ Hayden will open training camp on the physically unable to perform list because he has not recovered from surgery for a stress fracture in his right foot. Hayden originally rolled his ankle during the first week of organized team activities in late May. An MRI at the time showed no complications but one taken later at the end of minicamp in June showed the stress ...
McKenzie: Raiders are right on schedule NAPA, Calif. -- For too long, it seemed the Oakland Raiders would never get here. But here they are, finally, in Year 3 of the Great Reconstruction. And the architect of the project, general manager Reggie McKenzie, says they’re right on schedule. “From the standpoint of who we have and going to training camp feeling good about being competitive and winning some games -- you ask yourself can you ...
LATEST NEWS Oakland Raiders outside linebacker Khalil Mack runs to his next drill during an NFL football training camp on Friday, July 25, 2014, in Napa, Calif. Photo: AP
Raiders open training camp in 103 degrees Mother Nature welcomed the Oakland Raiders to their first practice of training camp by turning up the heat Friday, with temperatures hovering just over the 100-degree mark for the afternoon session at the Redwood Middle School facility.
Raiders select Kevin Boothe in round six
April 30, 2006
In the sixth round, with the 176th overall selection, the Oakland Raiders selected Cornell offensive lineman Kevin Boothe.
A four-time All-Ivy League offensive lineman, Kevin Boothe was widely considered the best lineman from the Ivy League.
Blessed with long arms, he has the ability to keep defenders at bay and he is considered to be a player who is raw but has a good amount of upside.[More at SilverandBlack.com]