Signed by Raiders as non-drafted free agent, May 4, 2012…Played four years at San Diego, seeing action in 39 games and recording 33½ career sacks…Played in all 11 games as a senior, leading USD to the Pioneer League championship…Totaled 55 tackles (34 solo), 12½ sacks, one interception, three passes defensed, two fumble recoveries and two forced fumbles…As a junior, led all Division I FCS players with 17 sacks, in 11 games…Selected as team Most Valuable Player and earned All-PFL first-team honors…Named an AP FCS second-team All-American…Nominated for the Buck Buchanan and Ted Hendricks awards…Led the Torero defense with 66 tackles (38 solo), and added 27 stops for loss, five passes defensed and two forced fumbles…As a sophomore, played in 11 games and posted 33 tackles with a team-leading four sacks…Appeared in six games before suffering a season-ending injury as a freshman…Studied business administration…Attended Santa Fe Christian High School in Encinitas, Calif. …Named All-North County and All-Coastal League as a senior…Led team to a CIF championship as a junior…Also lettered four years in lacrosse and one year in soccer.
Oakland Raiders Head Coach Jack Del Rio spoke to the media before Tuesday's practice as the team turns its attention to the Tennessee Titans.
Oakland Raiders quarterback Derek Carr spoke to reporters prior to the team's Tuesday practice as the Raiders get ready to host the Tennessee Titans.
Last season, there was no denying the impact 18-year NFL veteran Charles Woodson had on the Raiders both on and off the field. But his influence didn’t end there. It has transcended into this season as Khalil Mack and Derek Carr carry on the torch Woodson held during his final years as an NFL player.