Amari Cooper and Michael Crabtree are listed as the starting wideouts on the Raiders' first depth chart.
According to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, the Raiders believe Michael Crabtree "is going to be playing himself into a big contract when the year is over."
According to the San Francisco Chronicle, Michael Crabtree has been the "star" of the Raiders' first three training camp practices.
Michael Crabtree "had the look of a playmaker" on the first day of training camp.
CSN Bay Area's Scott Bair suggests Michael Crabtree is not a lock to start in Week 1.
Michael Crabtree is expected to start opposite Amari Cooper.
New Raiders WR Michael Crabtree admits he has a "lot to prove."
CSN Bay Area considers Michael Crabtree's $2.2 million in incentives "hard to reach."
Raiders signed WR Michael Crabtree to a one-year, $3 million contract with another $2 million available through incentives.
The Raiders, Dolphins and Ravens have shown the most interest in signing free agent WR Michael Crabtree.
Free agent Michael Crabtree dropped 10-of-78 catchable passes in 2014.
Free agent Michael Crabtree is visiting the Raiders Monday.
The Dolphins offered free agent Michael Crabtree "close to $3 million" but he turned it down, according to the Miami Herald.
Free agent WR Michael Crabtree will visit the Raiders next week.