Get Caught Up: The Week That Was

It was another busy week for the Oakland Raiders as they held Mandatory Mini-Camp at their Alameda, Calif., facility.

However, that's not all that happened at 1220 Harbor Bay Parkway, so let's get you caught up on the week that was.

Special Olympics Athletes Visit the Raiders

The Oakland Raiders hosted Special Olympics – Northern California athletes for practice and lunch Tuesday.

The athletes were on the sideline to watch Tuesday's practice and then had the opportunity to meet some of their favorite players as well as eat lunch with the team.

The Oakland Raiders hosted athletes at Mandatory Mini-Camp practice from Special Olympics - Northern California.


Head Coach Del Rio Wraps Up Mandatory Mini-Camp

Following the conclusion of Mandatory Mini-Camp Thursday, Head Coach Jack Del Rio addressed the media.

During his time at the podium he discussed the addition of wide receiver Michael Crabtree, as well as the message he left the team with before they departed for summer break.

Best photos from the Raiders three-day Mandatory Mini-Camp - June 9-11, 2015.


The Carr is Out of the Garage

After being a partial participant in practice throughout the offseason program, quarterback Derek Carr was full go during this week's Mandatory Mini-Camp, and following the day's activities, he spoke to the media.


Mack Debuts in the Top 100

After an impressive rookie campaign that saw him start all 16 games for the Silver and Black and dominate in run defense, Khalil Mack made his debut on the NFL's Top 100 Players, checking in at No. 49.


See the Ball, Catch the Ball

Check out the Raiders wide receivers in action at Mandatory Mini-Camp.


Howie Long Makes a Generous Donation


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Pictured (left to right): Michael J. O'Neill, Senior Vice President for University Advancement; the Rev. Peter M. Donohue, OSA, PhD, Villanova University President; Diane T. Long; Andy Talley, Villanova Football Head Coach; and Howie Long.

Villanova University has received a $1 million commitment from Raiders Hall of Famer Howie Long and his wife Diane, both Villanova alums,—as part of the University's $600 million Comprehensive Capital Campaign, "For the Greater Great®: The Villanova Campaign to Ignite Change."  In recognition of their gift, the University will name a new weight room in Villanova Stadium "The Howie Long Strength Training Center."


Madden Mariucci Bocce Ball

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Robert Jenkins, John Madden and Vance Mueller

John Madden and Steve Mariucci held their annual bocce ball tournament in Livermore, Calif., and a slew of Raiders legends, along with the Raiderettes, were in attendance to show their support.

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