Now that the NFL draft has concluded, here's a look at some needs the Oakland Raiders still need to fill.
ESPN draft guru Mel Kiper Jr. liked what the Oakland Raiders did in his first post-draft analysis.
Our NFL Nation reporters assess each team's 2015 NFL draft class.
There are still questions among the Raiders' pass-rushers, guards and safeties that could have been addressed, but you can't have everything.
Oakland Raiders quarterback Derek Carr got the NFL draft's receiver prize in the form of No. 4 pick Amari Cooper. But the gifts didn't stop there.
A few quick thoughts on the Oakland Raiders' third seventh-round draft pick: Dexter McDonald, cornerback, Kansas.
A few quick thoughts on the Oakland Raiders' second seventh-round draft pick.
A few quick thoughts on the Oakland Raiders' first seventh-round draft pick: Anthony Morris, OT, Tennessee State.
Max Valles has solid athleticism, but he likely will be a project for the Oakland Raiders.
The former Florida Gators linebacker has had injury issues; he's the fourth player who is from a Florida college in the Raiders' draft class.
Oakland Raiders fifth-round pick Ben Heeney has the ability to stop the run at linebacker.
Todd McShay identifies the most improved teams out of the 2015 NFL draft.
A few quick thoughts on the Oakland Raiders' fourth-round draft pick.
Todd McShay gives the full rundown of his favorite pick from each team in the 2015 NFL draft.
Offensive guard and safety are two positions the Oakland Raiders will likely look to fill on Saturday.
Our NFL Nation reporters assess the 2015 second-round NFL draft picks.
The Oakland Raiders came into the 2015 NFL draft with wide receiver and pass-rusher as their greatest needs.After the first round concluded, the Raiders suddenly had a solid receiving crew after taking Alabama’s Amari Cooper, who is considered rarely polished for a rookie.
Rapid reaction to the Raiders choosing tight end Clive Walford in the third round of the NFL draft.
Rapid reaction to the Raiders choosing Mario Edwards in the second round of the NFL draft.
Our NFL Nation reporters assess the 2015 first-round NFL draft picks.
In less than three weeks, the Oakland Raiders very likely found their two starting wide receivers.
Randy Gregory, a stand-out pass-rusher with off-field issues, could be an option for the Raiders' second-round pick.
Former Oakland Raiders head coach had a hand in developing the teamÃ
|2(3)||Mario Edwards Jr.||DE||Florida State|
|3(4)||Clive Walford||TE||Miami (FL)|
|4(29)||Jon Feliciano||OG||Miami (FL)|
|7(1)||Anthony Morris||OT||Tennessee State|