Matt Schneidman answers 40 of your post-draft questions in this week's Raiders mailbag, touching on everything from Derek Carr to undrafted free agents.
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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Keep tabs on who the Raiders sign as undrafted free agents after the 2019 draft concluded.
The Raiders picked five players on Saturday and nine players in total during the 2019 NFL Draft.
Mullen joins former Clemson teammate Clelin Ferrell on the Raiders' retooled defense after they selected the cornerback 40th overall on Friday.
The Raiders currently only pick once on Day 2 of the draft. Here are a couple players they might go after.
The Raiders drafted Mississippi State safety Johnathan Abram with the 27th overall pick on Thursday night.
With the 24th pick in the first round, the Raiders took former Crimson Tide running back Josh Jacobs to bolster their backfield.
The Raiders did indeed add a pass rusher with their first pick, taking a national champion in former Clemson edge rusher Clelin Ferrell fourth overall.
Beast Mode has reportedly retired for good this time after 11 seasons in the NFL, the last two with his hometown Oakland Raiders.
Here's a primer with everything you need to know about the Oakland Raiders ahead of the 2019 NFL Draft.