The Oakland Raiders will conduct their first training camp practice in beautiful Napa in exactly three weeks.
So, it’s a perfect time to refresh you on the mind-numbing amount of moves Jon Gruden has made this offseason, Oakland made more moves, by far, than any time in the NFL this offseason, let’s take a refresher course:
Veterans signed: Receiver Griff Whalen, tight end Derek Carrier fullback Keith Smith, receiver Jordy Nelson, linebacker Tahir Whitehead, safety Marcus Gilchrist, long snapper Andrew DePaolo, cornerback Shareece Wright, cornerback Rashaan Melvin, defensive lineman Tank Carradine, linebacker Kyle Wilbur, quarterback Josh Johnson (he has been released), linebacker Emmanuel Lamur, right tackle Breno Giacomini, cornerback Leon Hall, receiver Dwayne Harris, defensive end Armonty Bryant (he was released), cornerback Senquez Golson (he was released), cornerback Daryl Worley, linebacker Derrick Johnson, defensive tackle Ahtyba Rubin, defensive end Frostee Rucker.
Players traded: Receiver Cordarrelle Patterson (New England), fullback Jamize Olawale (Dallas), defensive tackle Jihad Ward (Dallas).
Players acquired in trade: Receiver Martavis Bryant (Pittsburgh), receiver Ryan Switzer (Dallas), quarterback Christian Hackenberg (Jets) (he was released).
Players re-signed: Defensive tackle Jelly Ellis, tight end Lee Smith, safety Reggie Nelson, quarterback EJ Manuel.
Cut or left in free agency: Cornerback David Amerson (Kansas City), kicker Sebastian Janikowski (Seattle), long snapper Jon Condo, cornerback Sean Smith, tackle Marshall Newhouse (Buffalo), pass-rusher Aldon Smith, cornerback TJ Carrie (Cleveland), defensive tackle Denico Autry (Indianapolis), receiver Michael Crabtree (Baltimore), tight end Clive Walford (Jets), punter Marquette King (Denver), linebacker Cory James, running back Elijah Hood (Carolina).
Players who visited but did not sign: Cornerback Vontae Davis, defensive lineman Clinton McDonald, receiver Ryan Grant, receiver Eric Decker, pass-rusher Junior Galette.