The Week That Was: Raiders Open New Performance Center, Roy Helu Returns To Practice

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The Raiders have been back at their Alameda, Calif., facility for about a week, and there has been a lot going on since their return from Training Camp 2015 in Napa.

Check out what the Silver and Black have been up to this week, leading up to their matchup with the Arizona Cardinals.

Raiders Open New Performance Center

After 100 days of construction, the Oakland Raiders Performance Center was opened to the players Tuesday.

The 18,500 square foot building was custom built from the ground up, and will provide the training, nutrition and recovery needs of the entire organization, according to the Raiders media relations release.

The Oakland Raiders' new Performance Center at the team's Alameda, Calif., facility.


Running Back Roy Helu, Jr., Returns To Practice

After several weeks on the shelf, running back Roy Helu, Jr., returned to practice this week.

He's likely to make his preseason debut Sunday night when the Raiders take on the Arizona Cardinals at O.co Coliseum.


Pro Football Hall of Famer Willie Brown Surprises Oakland Jr. Raiders

Pro Football of Famer Willie Brown made a surprise appearance at the Oakland Jr. Raiders practice session Thursday evening at Verdese Carter Park in Oakland to personally surprise deliver their tickets to Sunday's Raiders versus Arizona Cardinals game at O.co Coliseum.


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