There are several options at running back, wide receiver and tight end the Raiders might explore with their first four picks.
Matt Schneidman joined the Bay Area News Group in September 2017 to cover the Oakland Raiders. He graduated from Syracuse University in Spring 2017 and has interned with The Buffalo News, the New York Post and USA TODAY.
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The Raiders sent their scouts home for the weekend and they might not be back, but fans shouldn't be alarmed about the state of the organization.
Matt Schneidman predicts how the first round of the 2019 NFL Draft will play out, and gives you predictions for two Raiders second-round picks.
The Raiders might need one more starting offensive guard, and that hole could be filled early in the draft.
Check out who the Raiders play and when in 2019, starting with the Broncos on Monday Night Football in Oakland.
The Raiders need pass-rush help - badly - and they can get it at the No. 4 pick and even later in the first round of the 2019 draft.
Evan Longoria's one-out single in the eighth inning was the Giants' lone hit in a 4-0 loss to the Rockies on Sunday at Oracle Park.
Mike Mayock currently doesn't have a pick between 36 and 105. Might he trade back from No. 4 to stockpile more selections in that range?
Madison Bumgarner threw seven innings of two-run, six-hit, seven-strikeout ball in the Giants' 5-2 win over the Rockies on Saturday at Oracle Park.
It would take a lot for the Raiders to move up from the fourth overall pick in this month's draft, but would the Raiders consider such a move?