With the 100th pick, the Las Vegas Raiders selected Tanner Muse, safety from Clemson.
With the 81st pick, the Las Vegas Raiders selected WR Bryan Edwards from South Carolina.
With the 80th pick, the Las Vegas Raiders drafted Kentucky WR/RB/ATH Lynn Bowden. In a shocking turn of events, Jon Gruden decided to throw caution to the wind and completely revamp their receiving corps.
After the Las Vegas Raiders emerged from the first round with what they perceive as two starters, the true work begins.
However, anyone who knows the Raiders' braintrust, understands that moving up into Round 2 remains a top priority.
Henry Ruggs steps on to the Vegas stage as the newest Raiders first-round pick. While he must do his part, the team must meet him halfway. In order to succeed, Carr and Ruggs must get on the same page.
While many consider Damon Arnette a stretch, he fills a need. The Las Vegas Raiders, whether we like this pick or not, Arnette will start whenever the season does.
When the Las Vegas make their picks, regardless on how they are perceived, will remain theirs to make.
When the Las Vegas Raiders begin their draft, it officially brings to close an ear, while beginning a new chapter.
In three days, the Las Vegas Raiders begin their new era in the desert from the safety of homes.
The Las Vegas Raiders, need talent like Jefferson, to spread the defense. Jefferson feels like a third-round pick. Fortunately, Las Vegas boasts three of them.
2020 Raiders Draft Prospect Profile Name: Josh Pearson Position: Wide Receiver School: Jacksonville State University Height: 6'3” Weight: 205 pounds Stats 126 catches, 2066 yards, 30 TD Hands Conflict catches display Pearson’s next...
In some ways, Edwards reminds some of a larger version of his former former teammate, Deebo Samuel.
As a result, if the Raiders wanted, he would settle into a role similar to Worley. In Paul Guenther’s system, he places tackling at a premium.
When the Las Vegas Raiders and their braintrust of Jon Gruden and Mike Mayock sit for the 2020 NFL Draft, they will need to have a sense of timing.