Five Things We Learned: Raiders Week 1 Depth Chart

Check out who's currently on the roster for the Oakland Raiders.

Heading into their Week 1 matchup with the Cincinnati Bengals, the Oakland Raiders released their initial regular season depth chart Tuesday.

Here are the things we learned from a first look at the depth chart:

Carrie And Hayden Start– The youth movement on the outside continues for the Silver and Black as TJ Carrie and DJ Hayden are listed as the starting cornerbacks heading into the regular season opener.

Jones and Carrie Set to Handle Kick Return Duties–After a revolving door of kick returners throughout the preseason, Taiwan Jones is set to return kicks and TJ Carrie will handle the punt return duties.

Mack Has a New Title– Entering his second season in Oakland, Khalil Mack has played primary with his hand in the dirt, and the Raiders depth chart makes it official – the University of Buffalo-product is now listed as a defensive end.

Rivera Earns the Start– Even with an infusion of talent into the tight ends group in 2015, third-year player Mychal Rivera earned the start for the matchup with the Bengals.

Jones Is Latavius Murray's Backup– In addition to his kickoff duties, Taiwan Jones is also listed as the No. 2 running back behind Latavius Murray.

You can check out the full Raiders depth chart, here.

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