Two Raiders have been added to the growing list of NFL players opting out of the 2020 season.
Former UNLV defensive end Jeremiah Valoaga and cornerback D.J. Killings are the first two players from the organization to make the decision.
The moves were confirmed by an official transaction announced by the team as they were placed on the reserve/opt out list.
Valoaga has spent time with the Lions, Dolphins and 49ers. He was claimed off waivers in December and signed a one-year deal with the Raiders in April.
Killings is a cornerback who spent last year on injured reserve for the Raiders and was re-signed in May.