Get Caught Up: The Week That Was

The Silver and Black wrapped up their three-day voluntary mini-camp this week, with the next phase of the offseason program - Phase II – set to begin on April 27.

Head Coach Jack Del Rio, as well as members of the current roster, addressed the media this week on a variety of topics, but that wasn't all that happened at 1220 Harbor Bay Parkway.

The Best of Mini-Camp

There are countless, great images from the team's time on the practice field this week, but we took the time to narrow them down to our 25 favorites. Enjoy!

A handful of the best photos from the Raiders voluntary veteran mini-camp.


The Schedule is Here!

We knew who the Raiders would be squaring off against in 2015, but now we know when those games will take place.

The Silver and Black open the 2015 campaign at home on September 13, with an afternoon match-up against the Cincinnati Bengals.

Their 2015 slate features seven games against playoff teams from 2014 and 11 games against teams with winning records last year.


New Players, New Numbers

We learned what numbers the new members of the Silver and Black will be wearing on their jerseys. Find out what numbers the new guys will be wearing, as well as who decided it was time for a change in the uniform number department.


Nice to Meet You, Michael

WR Michael Crabtree spoke Thursday for the first time since signing with the Raiders as a free agent.

The veteran wideout spoke about what he brings to the Silver and Black and whether or not he still has something to prove to the league.


Meet Your 2015 Raiderettes

The 36 ladies who will make up the 2015 Raiderettes were unveiled Monday, so take a few minutes to meet this year's edition of Football's Fabulous Females.


Raiders Give a Generous Gift

Fred and Angela Biletnikoff held their annual fundraising golf tournament this week, and after all the golf was played, Raiders owner Mark Davis made a very generous donation to their foundation.

As a result of the $50,000 donation, the Biletnikoff's now how the necessary funding to break ground for Tracy's Place of Hope, a home that provides young, at-risk women a safe place for rehabilitation and recovery.

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