The Silver and Black are just over a month away from departing for training camp in Napa, Calif., but even without football, there was still a lot happening around the team's Alameda, Calif., practice facility.
Without any further ado, let's get caught up on the week that was.
The Carr Gets Some Work Done
What offseason? Derek Carr recently took to social media to share some pretty unique footage of his offseason training.
Meet the New Guys
General Manager Reggie McKenzie has been busy this offseason, building the 2015 Raiders roster through the Draft and free agency.
There will be a lot of new faces in Silver and Black this Fall, so enjoy a quick refresher of the team's free agent acquisitions.
The Tay Train is Ready to Leave the Station
After a breakout performance last season on Thursday Night Football against the Kansas City Chiefs that saw him become the first player in league history to gain at least 110 rushing yards on five or fewer carries, running back Latavius Murray is ready to earn the right to be the number one guy in 2015.
Another Honor for Janikowski and Hudson
NFL Media's Dave Dameshek recently unveiled his All-AFC West team and two members of the Silver and Black made the list – kicker Sebastian Janikowski and center Rodney Hudson.
Amari Answers Your Questions
Raider Nation, get to know more about first-round draft pick wide receiver Amari Cooper.
HAVE YOU MET COACH MOORE?
Here are six facts about Raiders wide receivers coach Rob Moore that you probably didn't know.
Yes, most of the high-profile free agents have already been signed for 2015, but there are still a handful of players on the free agent market who could help a team this season.
Justin Tuck: Invaluable Asset
When General Manger Reggie McKenzie signed Justin Tuck in May of 2014 he knew he was getting more than just a productive player who had recorded 60.5 sacks and won two Super Bowls during his nine years as a New York Giant.
Learn more about the veteran defensive end, here.