Sources have informed former NFL scout John Middlekauf that Raiders second-year CB D.J. Hayden (ankle) is still not healthy, and may open training camp on the active/PUP list.
CSN Bay Area believes Matt Schaub will start the entire 2014 season "if all goes according to plan."
New LT Donald Penn said the Raiders plan to "run the ball, run the ball, then run it again, until the defense stops us."
Raiders special teamer Taiwan Jones wants to play more cornerback this season.
The Contra Costa Times' Steve Corkran expects Darren McFadden to be the Raiders' starting running back if healthy.
The Contra Costa Times' Steve Corkran said second-year CB D.J. Hayden is out of his walking boot and expected to be ready for the start of training camp.
ESPN Raiders reporter Paul Gutierrez expects the team to use more odd-man fronts on defense this season.
Maurice Jones-Drew admitted to the Los Angeles Times that he contemplated retiring after the 2013 season.
Matt Schaub believes WR Andre Holmes is "a guy that can stretch the field for us."
Raiders LB Miles Burris is fully healthy and has been mixing in with the first-team defense at weak-side linebacker.
Raiders coach Dennis Allen confirmed Kevin Burnett "remains in the mix" to start at weak-side linebacker.
Raiders OC Greg Olsen stated Wednesday that he sees second-year RB Latavius Murray as possessing "the biggest upside" in Oakland's running back corps.
James Jones will be sidelined until training camp with a sprained shoulder.
Raiders coach Dennis Allen concedes second-year CB D.J. Hayden (ankle) is "behind" after sitting out this week's minicamp.
Derek Carr will enter training camp as the Raiders' No. 2 quarterback.