The Oakland Raiders made a pair of trades to gain some value in the remaining rounds of the NFL Draft. The Review-Journal’s Michael Gehlken and Heidi Fang break down those moves, what positions the Raiders could look to fill in the coming rounds and more at the conclusion of day 2 of the 2019 NFL Draft.
Josh Jacobs, Clelin Ferrell and Johnathan Abram talk about the rich culture and tradition the Raiders organization is built on and what it means to them to be a Raider. (Heidi Fang / Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Running back Josh Jacobs recalls a confrontation he had with a Clemson defender. Clelin Ferrell and Johnathan Abram chime in on their past meetings with Jacobs.
Running back Josh Jacobs was homeless. Defensive end Clelin Ferrell lost his father at 13-years-old. Safety Johnathan Abram has a daughter he wants to provide for. The Raiders first-round picks talk about how their past experiences fuel them to push through adversity.
With the Oakland Raiders moving to Las Vegas in the 2020 season, the team’s 2019 draft picks – Clelin Ferrell, Josh Jacobs and Johnathan Abram – talk about what they imagine it’ll be like to play in a state-of-the-art stadium