Raiders quarterback Derek Carr passes against the Buffalo Bills last season. The former Fresno State star returns for his second season with the arrival of receivers Michael Crabtree and Amari Cooper, as well as coach Jack Del Rio. A new staff and additional upgrades made through free agency — combined with a foundation led by Carr and linebacker Khalil Mack — have given the Raiders more reasons for optimism than usual heading into training camp.
Raiders quarterback Derek Carr passes against the Buffalo Bills last season. The former Fresno State star returns for his second season with the arrival of receivers Michael Crabtree and Amari Cooper, as well as coach Jack Del Rio. A new staff and additional upgrades made through free agency — combined with a foundation led by Carr and linebacker Khalil Mack — have given the Raiders more reasons for optimism than usual heading into training camp. Marcio Jose Sanchez Associated Press file
Raiders quarterback Derek Carr passes against the Buffalo Bills last season. The former Fresno State star returns for his second season with the arrival of receivers Michael Crabtree and Amari Cooper, as well as coach Jack Del Rio. A new staff and additional upgrades made through free agency — combined with a foundation led by Carr and linebacker Khalil Mack — have given the Raiders more reasons for optimism than usual heading into training camp. Marcio Jose Sanchez Associated Press file

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