It wasn’t gameday, but the Oakland Raiders were suited up from head to toe in their Silver and Black garb, ready to tackle Media Day Monday.
A large majority of Media Day is spent filming promos for ESPN’s Monday Night Football and segments for CBS. It’s the one day of the year all players engage in the creation of digital content for a wide array of media groups.
The players participated in a long list of media duties, from pregame and in-game pump-up celebrations, to slow-motion captures, both of which will have Raider Nation ready to rock on gameday. It’s fun seeing Derek Carr and Amari Cooper don their jersey, pads, and helmet, but we got our first look at Jordy Nelson, Martavis Bryant, and Doug Martin, among others, in their Raiders gear; take a look.
Behind the scenes: 2018 Media Day
Take a look behind the scenes as Raiders players posed for 2018 Media Day at Raiders HQ.
A handful of players shared what it’s like behind the scenes.
Get used to seeing this next season.
Rookie defensive tackle Maurice Hurst looks like he’s ready to take the field.
Pro Bowl guard Kelechi Osemele is eager to kick off his seventh season in the league.
Welcome to the NFL, Johnny Townsend.
Linebacker Azeem Victor looking comfortable in his new threads.
The team will kick off its three-day Mandatory Mini-Camp Tuesday, before getting a brief break before heading up to Napa for Training Camp 2018 next month. Keep an eye out for more Raiders content in the coming days and weeks.