Raiders 2015 NFL training camp
Raiders quarterback Derek Carr throws passes at training camp in Napa, Calif. The Fresno State product started 16 games as a rookie last season, completing 58.1% of his passes for 3,270 yards, 21 touchdowns and 12 interceptions.
Raiders new defensive coordinator Ken Norton Jr. watches stretching during NFL football training camp. Norton spent the last five seasons with the Seattle Seahawks as a linebackers coach, and went to back-to-back Super Bowls, including one win.
Former greats view new-era Raiders
Former Oakland Raiders quarterback Jim Plunkett is greeted from behind by former quarterback Daryle Lamonica as Raiders alumni George Atkinson, left, and Raymond Chester, right, look on while watching the Raiders football training camp.
New coach looks on
Raiders head coach Jack Del Rio strolls through training camp practice, evaluating his new players. Del Rio has nine years of head coaching experience, having worked with the Jacksonville Jaguars from 2003-2011. He was 68-71 in his tenure there, with just two double-digit win seasons.
Mack is back
Raiders edge player Khalil Mack runs through drills at training camp in Napa, Calif. The University of Buffalo product accrued 75 total tackles and a forced fumble as a rookie last season, while recording four sacks.
New feature back?
Raiders running back Latavius Murray takes a handoff from quarterback Derek Carr at training camp. The 2013 sixth-rounder out of Central Florida is the favorite to start for Oakland this season. Murray rushed for 424 yards and two touchdowns last season, with a very respectable 5.2 yards-per-carry average.
Raiders' new addition, Michael Crabtree, catches a pass at training camp in Napa, Calif. The longtime 49ers wideout is entering his seventh NFL season, and first in silver and black. Crabtree, an established hands catcher, has 347 career receptions for 4,327 yards and 26 touchdowns. He also has Super Bowl experience.
All eyes on No. 89
Wide receiver Amari Cooper, the Raiders' No. 4 overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft, runs routes at training camp. The Alabama product left college with 228 receptions, 3,463 yards, 31 receiving touchdowns, a BCS National Championship and Fred Biletnikoff Award. Cooper projects to start as a rookie in 2015.
Super Bowl Champion and Super Bowl XLVIII MVP Malcolm Smith begins his first training camp with the Raiders. The former Seattle Seahawks linebacker entered the league as a seventh-round pick in the 2011 NFL Draft. Smith, 6-foot-0, 226 pounds, has accrued 132 career tackles, four forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries, nine pass deflections, and two interceptions, including a pick-six (57 games, 16 starts).
Raiders cornerbacks T.J. Carrie and Dexter McDonald battle for the ball in a drill during their football training camp in Napa.
New anchor for the O-line
Rodney Hudson enters his first year with the Oakland Raiders after coming over from the AFC West rival Kansas City Chiefs. The former All-American turned second-round pick out of Florida State quickly established himself in the league, playing at a Pro Bowl level during his time with the Chiefs (2011-2014). Hudson will look to anchor the line for the Raiders and form a relationship with new starting quarterback Derek Carr.
T-Rich in action
Running back Trent Richardson runs through drills at Raiders training camp in Napa. The former All-American and No. 3 overall pick out of Alabama hasn't had the ideal start to his NFL career, as he is already on his third team in four years. Richardson is averaging just 3.3 yards per carry on 614 attempts in the pros.
Veterans Charles Woodson (left) and Curtis Lofton (right) have a chat at training camp.