Photos: NFL.com's Top 35 remaining free agents of 2021
Take a look at the top 35 remaining free agents of 2021, according to NFL.com's Gregg Rosenthal. (Last updated Monday, March 22)
Photos: New Raiders G Parker Ehinger
View photos of new Raiders guard Parker Ehinger in action.
Photos: New Raiders DB Roderic Teamer
View photos of new Raiders defensive back Roderic Teamer in action.
Photos: New Raiders TE Alex Ellis
View photos of new Raiders tight end Alex Ellis in action.
Photos: New Raiders G Marquel Harrell
View photos of new Raiders guard Marquel Harrell in action. Harrell originally entered the NFL as an undrafted free agent who signed with the Bills following the 2020 NFL Draft.
Photos: New Raiders CB Casey Hayward Jr.
View photos of new Raiders cornerback Casey Hayward Jr. in action. A versatile corner and defensive leader, Hayward Jr. joins the Silver and Black having spent his first nine years with the Green Bay Packers (2012-15) and Los Angeles Chargers (2016-20).
Photos: New Raiders CB Rasul Douglas
View photos of new Raiders cornerback Rasul Douglas in action. Originally the Eagles' third-round selection in the 2017 NFL Draft, Douglas has appeared in 60 games with 29 starts, compiling 180 tackles, five interceptions, and 34 passes defensed.
Photos: S Karl Joseph
Take a look at action photos of safety Karl Joseph. Joseph returns to the Silver and Black after a one-year stint with the Cleveland Browns in 2020.
Photos: Raiders 2021 free agency class
View photos of all the Raiders' free agency additions and re-signed players headed into the 2021 season.
Photos: New Raiders WR Willie Snead IV
View photos of new Raiders wide receiver Willie Snead IV in action. Over his six-year career, Snead has appeared in 86 contests with 48 starts, compiling 275 receptions for 3,393 yards and 16 touchdowns.
Top Shots: Best of G/T Denzelle Good's 2020 season
View photos of guard/tackle Denzelle Good's 2020 season in the Silver and Black.
Photos: New Raiders C Nick Martin
Take a look at action photos of new Raiders center Nick Martin. Martin joins the Silver and Black after spending five seasons (2016-20) with the Houston Texans, starting all 62 games he appeared in with the club.