|Offense||6th||120.1 (6th)||253.2 (13th)|
|Defense||26th||117.6 (23rd)||257.5 (24th)|
|58||Adams, Tyrell||LB||6-2||228||4/11/1992||2||West Georgia|
|29||Amerson, David||CB||6-1||205||12/8/1991||5||NC State|
|Are, Kareem||G||6-6||325||//||R||Florida State|
|96||Autry, Denico||DE||6-5||273||7/15/1990||4||Mississippi State|
|93||Bean, Jimmy||DE||6-5||264||11/8/1993||1||Oklahoma State|
|80||Brent, K.J.||WR||6-4||190||8/6/1993||1||Wake Forest|
|64||Briggs, Chauncey||T||6-6||301||7/8/1994||R||Southern Methodist|
|99||Brown, Fadol||DE||6-4||282||4/15/1993||R||Ole Miss|
|91||Calhoun, Shilique||LB||6-4||251||3/20/1992||2||Michigan State|
|4||Carr, Derek||QB||6-3||215||3/28/1991||4||Fresno State|
|62||Casher, Chris||DE||6-4||265||//||R||Faulkner University|
|2||Conley, Gareon||CB||6-0||195||6/29/1995||R||Ohio State|
|87||Cook, Jared||TE||6-5||254||4/7/1987||9||South Carolina|
|18||Cook, Connor||QB||6-4||217||1/29/1993||2||Michigan State|
|47||Cowser, James||DE||6-3||244||9/13/1990||2||Southern Utah|
|15||Crabtree, Michael||WR||6-1||215||9/14/1987||9||Texas Tech|
|38||Crockett, John||RB||6-0||217||2/16/1992||2||North Dakota State|
|40||Durden, Kenneth||DB||6-0||180||5/16/1992||1||Youngstown State|
|97||Edwards, Mario||DE||6-3||280||1/25/1994||3||Florida State|
|78||Ellis, Justin||DT||6-2||335||12/27/1990||4||Louisiana Tech|
|76||Feliciano, Jon||G||6-4||323||2/10/1992||3||Miami (Fla.)|
|32||Hamilton, Antonio||DB||6-0||185||1/24/1993||2||South Carolina State|
|34||Hood, Elijah||RB||6-0||220||1/1/1996||R||North Carolina|
|77||Howard, Austin||T||6-7||330||3/22/1987||8||Northern Iowa|
|61||Hudson, Rodney||C||6-2||300||7/12/1989||7||Florida State|
|36||Humes, Chris||DB||6-0||201||7/31/1994||R||Arkansas State|
|51||Irvin, Bruce||OLB||6-3||260||11/1/1987||6||West Virginia|
|66||Jackson, Gabe||G||6-3||335||7/12/1991||4||Mississippi State|
|98||Jackson, Branden||DE||6-4||268||11/11/1992||1||Texas Tech|
|57||James, Cory||MLB||6-0||229||5/22/1993||2||Colorado State|
|11||Janikowski, Sebastian||K||6-1||258||3/2/1978||18||Florida State|
|22||Jones, Taiwan||RB||6-0||195||7/26/1988||7||Eastern Washington|
|42||Joseph, Karl||SS||5-10||205||9/8/1993||2||West Virginia|
|7||King, Marquette||P||6-0||192||10/26/1988||6||Fort Valley State|
|55||Lee, Marquel||LB||6-3||240||10/21/1995||R||Wake Forest|
|26||Luani, Shalom||SAF||6-0||205||8/5/1994||R||Washington State|
|3||Manuel, EJ||QB||6-4||237||3/19/1990||5||Florida State|
|35||Morrow, Nicholas||LB||6-0||216||//||R||Greenville College|
|49||Olawale, Jamize||FB||6-1||240||4/17/1989||5||North Texas|
|67||Omoile, Oni||G||6-3||282||6/24/1993||1||Iowa State|
|70||Osemele, Kelechi||G||6-5||330||6/24/1989||6||Iowa State|
|72||Penn, Donald||T||6-4||340||4/27/1983||12||Utah State|
|30||Richard, Jalen||RB||5-8||207||10/15/1993||2||Southern Mississippi|
|54||Riley, Perry (FA)||MLB||6-0||240||5/3/1988||8||LSU|
|10||Roberts, Seth||WR||6-2||195||2/22/1991||3||West Alabama|
|Sheldon, Brady||LB||6-5||228||//||R||Ferris State|
|68||Silberman, Ian||T||6-5||306||10/10/1992||2||Boston College|
|65||Simmons, Jordan||G||6-3||339||7/15/1994||R||Southern California|
|88||Walford, Clive||TE||6-4||258||10/1/1991||3||Miami (Fla.)|
|69||Ware, Jylan||T||6-8||295||10/16/1993||R||Alabama State|
|33||Washington, DeAndre||RB||5-8||204||2/22/1993||2||Texas Tech|
|9||Whitney, Isaac||WR||6-2||204||6/22/1994||R||Southern California|
|90||Williams, Dan (FA)||DT||6-2||330||6/1/1987||8||Tennessee|
|56||Woodson-Luster, Xavier||LB||6-1||219||8/6/1995||R||Arkansas State|
|Team||OLine Avg. Ht||OLine Avg. Wt||DLine Avg. Ht||DLine Avg. Wt||Avg. Age||Youngest||Oldest|
Smith suffered a season-ending ankle injury in Week 4 and was later placed on injured reserve. He is arguably the Raiders' best blocking tight end and provides a boost to the running game when healthy. On the other hand, Smith amassed only six catches in four games before being injured, a sign that he is not a fantasy producer in Oakland's high-powered offense.
Richard has gained plenty of insight from Lynch out of the backfield, but the former's offensive playing time figures to be limited for as long as the veteran remains healthy. DeAndre Washington and rookie Elijah Hood are also in the picture at running back, so it'll be tough for Richard's role to expand much throughout his sophomore campaign. He could also see his work in the return game reduced with a speedy Patterson factoring into the mix, though Richard has his head on straight and sounds unselfish regarding the team's multitude of weapons. Richard doesn't have a high fantasy ceiling at this point in his career, but his versatility off the bench is still serviceable for the Raiders moving forward.
Edwards was a late addition to Oakland's injury report Saturday. He played through illness in Week 17 and he'll do so once again after practicing fully throughout the week. He may be limited slightly but, since he's little more than a depth pass rusher, his limitations shouldn't impact the defense greatly.
This move by the Raiders' front office comes as no surprise, securing Mack as a key focus on the defensive side of the ball through the 2018 season. Although Mack is currently slated to become an unrestricted free agent in 2019, the Raiders now have additional time to work out a long-term deal with the reigning Defensive Player of the Year.
Ward underwent minor foot surgery earlier this week and while he won't be available at the beginning of training camp, the Raiders are confident he'll be back before the start of the regular season. His absence from the field will give some other reserve defensive lineman an opportunity for more reps - in the hopes of landing a spot on the 53-man roster.
Luani is a former soccer player who showed a bit of a center fielder skill set at Washington State, intercepting four passes each of the last two years. Oakland is set at safety, so he'll try to make a special teams impact.
After rehabbing the knee injury that caused him to finish his rookie season on injured reserve, Calhoun -- who checked in at 251 pounds at the 2016 NFL Combine -- looks to have taken full advantage of the Raiders' offseason workout program and likely weighs around 270 pounds at this juncture. It'll be interesting to see if the added weight will aid him in his competition with Jelani Jenkins to secure the starting outside linebacker gig opposite Bruce Irvin, but in any event the second-year Michigan State product at least appears in line for a significant role within the Raiders' linebacking corps this season and should have a great chance to improve upon his nine total tackles from 2016.
Cook inked a two-year deal with Oakland after coming on strong toward the end of his lone season in Green Bay in 2016. His size and speed combination was particularly impactful during the Packers' playoff run, evidenced by his 18 receptions for 229 yards and two touchdowns in three postseason tilts. With the Raiders, Cook figures to give quarterback Derek Carr the best tight-end target of his young career, and his ability to stretch defenses vertically should help wideouts Amari Cooper and Michael Crabtree through more one-on-one looks.
Jones returned kicks for the Raiders in six games throughout the season, but never became involved in their offense. Rookie running backs DeAndre Washington and Jalen Richard provided a spark behind Latavius Murray, leaving little opportunity for Jones. He has one year remaining on his contract with Oakland before becoming an unrestricted free agent in 2018.
Cook was in a tough spot, making his first career NFL start against the league's top-ranked defense, which led to predictable results. Oakland had just 203 yards of total offense and failed on 14 of 16 third-down attempts. The rookie was able to string together one good drive, but he missed targets all day and was hurt by some drops. The Raiders offense, so productive all season with Derek Carr steering, scored just 20 points in two games without him.
Holmes missed the entire 2016 season after suffering a severe high-ankle sprain in training camp. Although he's now recovered from the injury, Holmes looks set to enter the 2017 campaign buried on the depth chart under tight ends Jared Cook, Clive Walford, and Lee Smith.
Smith tore his labrum last October when diving for a pass against the Buccaneers and underwent corrective surgery in January. Now healthy, Smith should open training camp without limitations.
Brown, Chekwa and Moore had all been ruled out prior to Sunday. Both Carrie and Watson entered the contest listed as questionable. Carrie is dealing with an ankle injury. Watson has foot and ankle issues. Bergstrom and McGee are healthy scratches.
None of the new additions poses a major threat to Crabtree's starting job or snap count, but with Carr surrounded by a better mix of talent, the 29-year-old wideout will have a hard time matching his target totals of 146 and 145 from his first two seasons in Oakland. There's also a reasonable chance Cooper finally surpasses Crabtree as the team leader in targets, after logging 130 and 132 in his first two NFL seasons. The upside is that defenses may pay less attention to Crabtree, which could allow for improvement on his unimpressive mark of 6.6 yards per target since joining the Raiders. He also figures to stay heavily involved in the red zone, where he tied for fourth in the league with 21 targets last season, after drawing a modest total of 13 the previous year.
Tavecchio has spent time with the Packers, Lions and Raiders since 2013, but he's never made an active roster. The signing makes the current offseason the fourth straight that Tavecchio has spent with Oakland. He'll provide competition for Sebastian Janikowski, who will again be the frontrunner for the team's placekicking job.
After sitting out the first week of OTAs, the bruising veteran was back out on the field Tuesday, taking part in a variety of drills with the other running backs. It was originally believed Lynch would sit out for the entirety of OTAs in order to continue learning the offense, but it appears he will at least get some conditioning in this week.
Crockett joins Oakland after spending his first two years with the Packers. Although the undrafted tailback rushed nine times for 21 yards as a rookie, he spent the entirely of last season on Green Bay's injured/reserve list. The former North Dakota State standout will now hope to latch on with the Raiders by impressing during training camp.
Conley has been investigated by Cleveland police after he was accused of rape in early April, but evidently the Raiders' own investigation left them convinced that the accusation lacked merit. It's quite an investment for anything otherwise to be the case. If the allegations against Conley prove unsubstantiated, he could be a steal for the Raiders this late. Indeed, he was regarded as a potential top-10 pick prior to the breaking of the investigation.
Jackson has been a consistent force along the offensive line for Oakland since being drafted by the team in 2014. He's started in 44 games for the team over his three seasons, including all 16 games each of the past two seasons. His extension will keep him under contract with the team through the 2022 season.
Smith remains subject to the league's drug program, but will be reinstated given he stays on the right path throughout the coming months. He'll certainly add another pass-rushing presence for the Raiders' defense, while defensive end Khalil Mack was recently named 2016's defensive player of the year.
McGill will avoid missing his first game of the season despite being limited in practice throughout the week due to an abdomen injury. He'll serve as Karl Joseph's backup at strong safety.
Ellis was presented with many opportunities to stop the Saints' rushing attack, as they ran the ball just 22 times throughout the entire game. He should have a bigger role Week 2 against running back Devonta Freeman and the Falcons.
Washington is slated to split backup duties at running back with Jalen Richard once again, but this time they'll be positioned behind veteran newcomer Marshawn Lynch on the depth chart. Washington racked up 467 yards and a pair of touchdowns on just 87 carries in 14 games throughout his rookie campaign, but Richard displayed a great deal of elusiveness and remained involved in the high-flying offense as well. It'll be tough for either depth option to emerge in terms of consistent fantasy production, while rookie Elijah Hood could also vulture short-yardage carries when Lynch is off the field.
The average annual value of $25 million narrowly tops Andrew Luck's $24.6 million to set a new NFL record, though Matt Stafford and Kirk Cousins will both push for similar contracts in the coming weeks. Carr was limited throughout the Raiders' offseason program while recovering from a broken fibula suffered in Week 16, but he should be a full participant at the start of training camp as he looks to build on a strong 2016 campaign. He'll benefit from one of the league's best supporting casts, with RB Marshawn Lynch and TE Jared Cook joining a unit that already boasts an elite offensive line and wideout duo. Given the new contract and the talent surrounding him, Carr will universally be expected to improve upon last season's mark of 7.0 yards per pass attempt. His completion percentage (63.8) and TD:INT ratio (28:6) were impressive, but he'll need to have more success throwing deep to be mentioned among the league's elite quarterbacks when the discussion moves beyond salary.
Perfectly coinciding with Derek Carr's (broken leg) absence, Janikowski didn't attempt a field goal in any of the Raiders' last three games as the offense simply couldn't move the ball on a consistent basis. Despite this sudden dropoff in usage, Janikowski still finished the 2016 campaign with the 10th-most field goals in the league and could make for an attractive fantasy option on an up-and-coming Oakland squad in 2017.
Despite being limited in practice throughout the week due to a hamstring issue, Riley will suit up for Saturday's tilt. Riley, a middle linebacker, has just two games with more than five tackles this season.
Williams spent the past two seasons in Oakland, recording 65 tackles and 1.5 sacks through 32 games. The 29-year-old should attract the attention of at least a handful of teams as training camp nears.
Jenkins had just 29 tackles and one pass defensed with the Dolphins in 2016 while also missing seven games due to a knee injury. When healthy, he's a starting caliber linebacker, and he's expected to compete with Tyrell Adams for the Raiders starting weakside linebacker position in 2017.
Holton was also handed a rushing attempt, but he failed to gain a single yard. He finishes the 2016 regular season with just two receptions on three targets for 34 yards in 15 games. He also rushed for 43 yards on six carries to go along with a lost fumble. It was a bit of an uneventful rookie season for Holton, but he has two years left on his contract with the Raiders so he'll look to prove his worth down the road.
The Raiders didn't have the services of their 2016 first-rounder for the final four outings of the regular season due to an injured left big toe. After turning in limited showings in practice this week, Joseph will return for the first time since Week 13 as the starting strong safety, from which he racked up 60 tackles (44 solo), one interception, and one fumble recovery prior to the recent respite.
Helfet appeared in 25 games for the Seahawks in 2014 and 2015 but was waived after fracturing his foot in training camp last summer. With Mychal Rivera set to hit free agency, Helfet appears to have a wide-open shot to secure the Raiders' No. 3 tight end slot in advance of the 2017 campaign.
Melifonwu is unlikely to see many defensive snaps as long as both Reggie Nelson and Karl Joseph are healthy at safety, but he may see some looks in nickel and dime defenses, and he should immediately take on a big special teams workload. He's an incredible athlete at 6-foot-4, 224 pounds, boasting 4.4 speed, a 44-inch vertical and a 141-inch broad jump. Being as tall as he is can make it hard to stop and cut as necessary in coverage, but George Iloka is one such case of a safety succeeding in the NFL at a similar build.
James was limited in practice all week but isn't expected to be limited on Thursday. He'll start at linebacker alongside Bruce Irvin and Malcolm Smith once again.
Autry played significant snaps for the Raiders in 2016 and racked up 2.5 sacks in the process. However, he could be in store for a major decrease in playing time if Mario Edwards is able to stay healthy this upcoming season.
Lee, who was drafted in the fifth round on Saturday, will be part of a battle for the starting role at middle linebacker in Oakland among a severely thin and inexperienced corps. Cory James and Ben Heeney currently round out the remaining options at MLB, but the team may still look to sign a veteran. Lee, a solid run defender, will have to polish his craft in coverage situations in order to potentially earn the job.
Howard had originally hoped to participate in OTAs and minicamp, but the right tackle will have to wait until at least training camp to make his return to the practice field. Marshall Newhouse could have the clear upper hand on the competition for starting right tackle if Howard misses additional time during training camp.
Heeney is coming up on 13 weeks since having surgery and is about three weeks from being able to do contact work. He recorded 15 tackles in only four games for the Raiders in 2016, so his return to action should give a boost to Oakland's front seven.
O'Malley was seeing limited action behind Clive Walford and Mychal Rivera before being released.
Locked in as Oakland's top playmaker, Cooper could benefit from playing alongside a receiver with the speed to stretch defenses downfield. Michael Crabtree and slot man Seth Roberts were excellent complements the past two seasons, but neither has the wheels to scare opposing safeties. Even if he's only a part-time player on offense -- which seems likely -- Patterson could open things up a bit for Cooper, Crabtree and Roberts on short and intermediate routes. Cooper skipped the Pro Bowl with an undisclosed injury, but there's been nothing to suggest he's still hampered as he prepares for what should be a big third season in the NFL.
A 2015 third-round selection, Walford didn't develop as expected in his second professional season, catching only 33 passes for 359 yards and three touchdowns (on 52 targets) in 15 games. The stat line closely mimicked his rookie-year production as he continued to split work with Mychal Rivera in a passing game that was highly reliant on its wideouts. Rivera departed for Jacksonville in free agency, but the Raiders seemingly made an upgrade with the signing of Jared Cook, who likely will enter training camp as the favorite to serve as the team's No. 1 tight end. Walford could still push for the job if he regains his explosiveness and impresses during the offseason program.
While Cook is still getting second-team reps as well, this is a positive development for Manuel. The former Bills starter will likely need to win the backup job in order to remain on the 53-man roster come Week 1.
Irvin and fellow pass-rusher Khalil Mack were unable to get to the quarterback in what turns out to be the Raiders' lone playoff tilt. The 29-year-old veteran has three years remaining on his contract with Oakland, so he'll look to start for the Raiders at outside linebacker again in 2017.
The 2013 first-round selection also expects to have a big role in the return game, which is where he really shined during his four-year tenure with the Vikings. Patterson did regain some offensive relevance last season after catching only two passes in 2015, but he's yet to reach 500 receiving yards in a campaign. He may have to settle for another limited offensive role in Oakland, where Amari Cooper, Michael Crabtree and Seth Roberts formed a highly effective wideout trio the past two seasons. Patterson might get a shot to push Roberts for the No. 3 role, but the incumbent would probably have the edge in such a competition. While Patterson's two-year contract does include $5 million guaranteed, it can be voided after the first season, according to Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle.
Feliciano is not participating in Tuesday's practice and appears to be done until at least training camp. As a result, Oni Omoile is filing in at the No. 2 center spot.
Roberts earned the one-year deal after a 38-catch, five-touchdown 2016 season. The 26-year-old will likely have to outperform what he was able to do last season if he hopes to secure a long-term deal in the near future. As for the immediate, Roberts projects to function as a depth receiver for the Raiders in 2017.