Raiders general manager Dave Ziegler is well-positioned to fill more needs and potentially move up and down to address them Saturday in the NFL draft.
Vinny has covered the Raiders extensively in the past, breaking news on their eventual move to Las Vegas and their thwarted return to Los Angeles. Before joining the Review-Journal, he covered the Rams for The Athletic and the Los Angeles Daily News.
Memphis offensive lineman Dylan Parham profiles as a guard in the NFL, although some evaluators believe he can also play center.
Johnathan Abram, Cle Ferrell and Josh Jacobs now face a big season proving they belong in Las Vegas long term.
With needs at offensive line, linebacker and the secondary, the Raiders will look to fill roster holes while also drafting for long-range objectives. Here’s out it all might work out.
History has shown viable offensive line starters can be found in the third round, where — barring a trade — the Raiders make their first pick this week in the NFL draft.
For Raiders general manager Dave Ziegler, the last few months have been a crash course in teaching a new philosophy.
From trading up or down in the draft to Derek Carr’s input to adding another tackle, Raiders fans have plenty of questions.
New general manger Dave Ziegler will be trying to hit on all five of the Raiders’ draft picks. The goal is to bat a thousand, beginning with their first selection at No. 86.
Raiders general manager Dave Ziegler was vague regarding the potential of a new deal for wide receiver Hunter Renfrow.