If the NFL season ended today, the Raiders would pick 11th in the first round of the draft. Here are the top prospects at each position.
It’s never too early for an NFL mock draft, so Review-Journal Raiders reporter Adam Hill compiled his first one for the 2024 draft and gives the team an offensive lineman.
After selecting C.J. Stroud with the No. 2 pick and trading up to take Will Anderson at No. 3, the Houston Texans saw their Super Bowl odds slashed at Las Vegas sportsbooks.
Raiders general manager Dave Ziegler and his staff stuck to their plan in acquiring a mixture of talented players that should be cornerstones of the building process.
General manager Dave Ziegler voiced excitement on the Raiders’ nine-player draft class, but also conceded that the team couldn’t address every need on the roster.
Former UNLV defensive lineman Adam Plant was among nine undrafted free agents the Raiders signed Saturday after the conclusion of the NFL draft.
Who are the nine players the Raiders selected in the NFL draft, and what are analysts saying about the selections?
A pair of former Bishop Gorman standouts have taken different paths since playing for Kenny Sanchez, but both were drafted by the Cleveland Browns this weekend.
Dorian Thompson-Robinson will be reunited with former Bishop Gorman teammate Cedric Tillman, a wide receiver who was drafted by the Cleveland Browns in the third round.
“My family and friends always made me feel like I was the best quarterback in the world even when I wasn’t,” Aidan O’Connell said.
The Raiders have seven picks on the final day of the NFL draft and still have several holes to fill on the roster, including a developmental quarterback.
Wide receiver Cedric Tillman and tight end Darnell Washington played high school football in Las Vegas before heading to the SEC, and they now will play for rival franchises.
Kentucky QB Will Levis became a popular wager to go No. 1 after a Reddit post claimed he told his friends and family the Panthers had informed him he’d be the top pick.
The Raiders took Notre Dame tight end Michael Mayer, projected to be a first-round pick, with the 35th selection overall in the second round of Friday’s NFL draft.
Raiders general manager Dave Ziegler indicated he was relieved that Tyree Wilson was available at No. 7 and picked him to join a pass rush that includes Maxx Crosby.