May 8, 2014; New York, NY, USA; Khalil Mack (Buffalo) holds up a jersey after being selected as the number five overall pick in the first round of the 2014 NFL Draft to the Oakland Raiders at Radio City Music Hall. Mandatory Credit: Adam Hunger-USA TODAY Sports

Oakland Raiders OTA and minicamp schedule for 2014

The Oakland Raiders have a long way to go before they can consider themselves among the elite in the AFC West, however there are some that believe they’re making some positive steps in that direction. We’ll begin to find out whether or not that’s true when the team starts their offseason training programs shortly.

Here’s a look at the upcoming spring and summer workout schedule for the Raiders as they get ready for the 2014 season.

OTA offseason workouts: May 27-28, May 30, June 2-3, June 5, June 9-12
Mandatory minicamp: June 17-19

In anticipation of these workouts, here’s a reminder of the huge offseason pick ups the Raiders made as well as their most recent draft picks, including stud linebacker Khalil Mack.

Free Agency Additions:

  • Maurice Jones-Drew, RB (formerly with Jacksonville)
  • James Jones, WR (formerly with Green Bay)
  • Austin Howard, OT (formerly with New York Jets)
  • Donald Penn, LT (released by Tampa Bay)
  • Kevin Boothe, G (formerly with New York Giants)
  • Justin Tuck, DE (formerly with New York Giants)
  • Antonio Smith, DE (formerly with Houston)
  • C.J. Wilson, DE (formerly with Green Bay)
  • LaMarr Woodley, LB (released by Pittsburgh)
  • Tarell Brown, CB (formerly with San Francisco)
  • Carlos Rogers, CB (released by San Francisco)

Draft Picks: 

Rd 1 – #5(5) Khalil Mack (OLB) Buffalo ESPN Video
Rd 2 – #4(36) Derek Carr (QB) Fresno St
Rd 3 – #17(81) Gabe Jackson (OG) Miss St
Rd 4 – #7(107) Justin Ellis (DT) La Tech
Rd 4 – #16(116) Keith McGill (CB) Utah
Rd 7 – #4(219) T.J. Carrie (CB) Ohio
Rd 7 – #20(235) Shelby Harris (DE) Illinois St
Rd 7 – #32(247) Jonathan Dowling (CB) W Kentucky


How do you think the Raiders will do in 2014? Let us know in the comments below.

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  • Derek

    I see a 10-6 if all goes well, but 9-7 could be it. Raiders all the way, love the way the team looks this year and our direction moving forward.

  • raidernation

    all we can do is just cross our fingers and hope for the best.. I see it 14-2′ home field advantage AFC ELITE ALL THE WAY

    • Randus

      14/2?? A little too optimistic with that bro..7/9 – 9/7.. i see losses to DEN and SD at least once (they both got better this offseason).. at NE and SEA.. SF is like the second best team in the whole league still. AZ (who had a playoff record) and KC (who still has jamaal charles last I checked) are no gimmies either. RAIDERS for LIFE… but lets be real and temper our enthusiasm.. If we can get to 8/8.. thats a great start but I think 9/7 or 10/6 maybe is more realistic as hoping for the best.

      • Jim Stack

        Jamaal Charles did not run well against oak last year.. that big game was all screen passes due to lbs having to all out blitz. Won’t happen this year with a pass rush. SF will not be there this year (first one to say that). 9-7 10-6

  • Jrruiz

    7-9 if lucky a lot of tough games this year . But that’s still an improvement considering the last 4-12 seasons

    • james

      I’d say 9-7 they will shock alot of people this season and the defense will be top notch still up in the air on the offense if quarter back can have a good season sky’s the limit for the offense.

  • bigninaross

    We will definitely be top notch this year! The sky’s the limit! 11-5! #TheOnlyNation #RaiderNation #ALLIN

  • Ko Daboss

    If Matt gets his mojo back. With dat o line no one will stop are run game witch will in turn open up are passing game. We have a perfect mix of wide outs. Route, slant, deep threat. Thats alot to handle for any defense. Then they say defense wins games. And ours is looking like the best in the west. I say 10-6 if we can get matt off to a good start. If he doesnt perform it could be a long season.