A better first impression couldn’t have been asked Friday of the Raiders’ first-round picks.
The 2020 NFL Draft is set to land in Las Vegas just months before the Raiders open their palace of a stadium.
The Raiders traded back twice Saturday before selecting their second ex-Clemson Tiger, choosing cornerback Trayvon Mullen in the second round.
Sunsets are spectacular from inside the 7,400 square feet of glam and palatial splendor known as Sapphire Oasis at the eastern edge of the valley.
Last year when the Pacific Coast League used a baseball made in China, one at-bat in every 36 resulted in a home run. So far in April after switching to a ball made in a rabbit thicket, one at-bat in every 25 has resulted in somebody touching ‘em all.
You can’t fault a team that managed 13 sacks all last season after trading away the league’s best edge rusher in Khalil Mack for taking a defensive end, and it’s not like Clelin Ferrell of Clemson fell into 27 career sacks for one of the nation’s top college programs.
Talent and character. The Raiders sought this combination, general manager Mike Mayock said Thursday evening, when approaching a signature draft in which the franchise owned eight picks, including an NFL-high three in the first round.
Raiders general manager Mike Mayock asked prospective player just how the players would adapt to life in Las Vegas once the team moves to town in 2020.
NFL Alumni Las Vegas chapter held their first draft party at the Linq and the alumni present give their take on the Raiders first pick.
The Raiders have a new starting running back, drafting Alabama’s Josh Jacobs on Thursday evening with the No. 24 overall pick.