Gallery: 2013 Raiders OTAs
Dennis Allen and the Raiders
The Raiders will begin mandatory mini-camp this coming Tuesday. We take a look back at the organized team activities that took place at the team's practice facility in Alameda.
Raiders quarterback Matt Flynn is penciled in as the team's starter for the 2013 season. Oakland acquired the 27-year-old in a trade with Seattle this offseason.
Undrafted Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor will return as the team's backup for the 2013 season. He threw for 155 yards and two touchdowns in three games last year.
Selected in the fourth round of this year's entry draft, Raiders quarterback Tyler Wilson has impressed coach Dennis Allen during Oakland's rookie mini-camp.
Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie was hired by the team on January 5th, 2012. McKenzie previously worked for the Packers as director of football operations.
The Raiders drafted cornerback D.J. Hayden 12th overall in this year's entry draft. Hayden suffered an abdominal injury during organized team activities. Dr. Walter Lowe, who treated the injury, expects the cornerback to be healthy again in six weeks.
Dennis Allen was hired on January 24th, 2012, becoming the Raiders' 18th head coach. The team won just four games under his command last season.
Matt Flynn & Darren McFadden
Matt Flynn hands the ball off to running back Darren McFadden, who hopes to bounce back from a disappointing campaign. In 12 games last season, McFadden rushed for just 707 yards and two touchdowns.
Defensive tackle Stacy McGee was one of the Raiders' sixth-round draft choices this year.
Matt Flynn & Latavius Murray
Matt Flynn prepares to throw a pass to running back rookie Latavius Murray. A New York native, Murray will battle for the backup role behind Darren McFadden this season.
Raiders offensive coordinator Greg Olson shows some frustration during organized team activities. He served as an assistant coach with the Jaguars in 2012.