In addition to the Raiders continuing Phase II of their offseason program, this week the Silver and Black's 10-man draft class arrived at the team's Alameda, Calif., practice facility for the first time.
It was a busy week for the Raiders, so without further ado, let's catch you up on the week that was.
As we mentioned earlier the Raiders draft class made their first visit to the team's practice facility, getting sized for helmets as well as getting an opportunity to meet the coaches.
AMARI SIGNS THE DOTTED LINE
The Raiders selected Alabama WR Amari Cooper in the first round (No. 4 overall) in last week's NFL Draft, and a week after hearing his named called by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, he officially signed his first NFL contract with the Silver and Black.
THE GRADES ARE IN
Following the conclusion of the Draft, the national pundits began assigning grades to each team's draft class.
Find out how the Raiders graded out, according to the experts.
MEET THE NEW GUYS
MARIO FLIPS OUT
Mario Edwards Jr., the Raiders second-round draft pick is an athlete.
In addition to his work on the defensive line, Edwards Jr., can also do back flips.
Pretty impressive for a man who is listed at 6'3" and 280 pounds.
REMEMBERING MARV HUBBARD
The Raiders lost a member of the family this week, learning Monday evening that former RB Marv Hubbard passed away at age 68.