- 09:27 After quite a busy day tweeting yesterday, I expect today to be slower. Just wait until training camp, I might have to limit myself.
- 09:46 SS Mike Mitchell will be eligible to participate in OTAs for the final session June 16-18, after missing the first three sessions.
- 11:54 RT @greggrosenthal Curran and I ranked the NFL teams of the decade last week, doing writeups this week. Raiders ahead of Cowboys ... oh yes
- 14:24 Ding Dong the Witch is Dead or at least gone. RT @ProFootballTalk Nancy Gay Heads To FanHouse is.gd/OrVB
- 18:41 RT @OAKRAIDERS TE Zach Miller and WR Chaz Schilens will sign autographs at Raiders at Universal CityWalk on Saturday, June 13 from 5 – 7 pm.
[embed align="center"]http://gty.im/153039819[/embed] These aren't your daddy's Oakland Raiders or even your younger self's Raiders. If anything, these are your newborn's Raiders or your puppy's Raiders. These are the Raiders we've never seen before. Indicative of the freshness of the franchise was their 2016 NFL Draft. No longer slave to a high draft pick and desperate needs, the theme of the draft for the Raiders was upside. It's as if general manager Reggie McKenzie got so used to hitting his draft picks out of the park that he started swinging for the fences. We'll have to wait a couple of years before we know if he struck out or if he'll continue his Ruthian ways. First, McKenzie boldly went with a safety at No. 14 overall. Kyle Joseph is coming off a torn ACL and fills a major need, but safety isn't a premium position. Only a handful of safeties have been drafted in the first 14 picks in the last 15 years and include names like Ea