Las Vegas Raiders Depth Chart

Las Vegas Raiders Depth Chart

AFC West
Stadium
RingCentral Coliseum
Head Coach
Jon Gruden
Offensive Coordinator
Greg Olson
Defensive Coordinator
Paul Guenther
Special Teams Coach
Rich Bisaccia
Defensive Scheme
4-3
Team News
Nick O'Leary Heading To Las Vegas

The Las Vegas Raiders signed tight end Nick O'Leary to an undisclosed deal on Saturday. O'Leary played in seven games with the Dolphins and five games with the Jaguars in 2019, catching just 13 passes combined for 109 yards and one touchdown. The former sixth-round pick of the Bills in 2015 has 53 receptions for 668 yards and four touchdowns in five seasons in the NFL and is mainly a blocking tight end. He'll fill in as depth for the Raiders behind Darren Waller, Jason Witten and Foster Moreau. O'Leary will have zero fantasy appeal for the upcoming season.

10 days ago
Raiders Sign Nelson Agholor

The Las Vegas Raiders signed wide receiver Nelson Agholor and offensive guard Erik Kush to undisclosed deals on Saturday. The team also re-signed running back Rod Smith on Saturday. Agholor, a former first-round pick by the Eagles in 2015, failed to take advantage of injuries to both Alshon Jeffery and DeSean Jackson in 2019. The 26-year-old (27 in May) had a disappointing 39 catches (69 targets) for 363 yards and three touchdowns in 11 games and finished the season on the sidelines with an injury. Depending on what the Raiders do in the draft, Agholor should be in three-wide sets with Tyrell Williams and Hunter Renfrow, but tight end Darren Waller will also continue to see his fair share of targets. At best, he'll go into draft season as a WR4/5 target in deeper leagues.

10 days ago
Eli Apple Heading To Las Vegas

The Las Vegas Raiders agreed to terms on an undisclosed deal with cornerback Eli Apple. The Raiders continue to bolster their defense heading into their first season in the city that never sleeps. Apple was a first-round bust (10th overall in 2016) for the Giants, and he landed with the Saints midway through the 2018 season. Last year in the Big Easy, Apple had 58 tackles (53 solo), four passes defensed and a forced fumble in 15 games. He doesn't turn 25 years old until August and the Raiders are hoping they can get something out of him in his new home. Apple has just three interceptions in 55 career games to date.

13 days ago
Raiders Agree With Jason Witten

The Las Vegas Raiders agreed to terms on an undisclosed deal with tight end Jason Witten on Tuesday. Witten came out of retirement in 2019 to record 63 catches for 529 yards and four touchdowns over a full season with Dallas. His illustrious career with the Cowboys comes to an end after 16 seasons, and Witten will surely be in the Hall of Fame when all is said and done. But he definitely looked like a player near the end last year and failed to gain much separation at all in the middle of the field. The Raiders already have Darren Waller as one of their top pass-catchers and also Foster Moreau, so Witten will strictly provide veteran depth. He's an unattractive low-end TE2.

14 days ago
Cory Littleton Chooses Raiders

The Las Vegas Raiders agreed to a three-year, $36 million deal with linebacker Cory Littleton on Tuesday, according to a source. The deal carries a base value of $11.75 million per season. Littleton was extremely productive for the Rams the last two seasons, recording at least 125 total tackles, five interceptions and 7.5 sacks. He finished 2019 with 134 tackles (78 solo), six tackles for loss, five QB hits, two interceptions, nine passes defensed, two forced fumbles and four fumble recoveries. He makes things happen and flies around the middle of the field. The Raiders needed this kind of presence in their linebacking corps. Littleton is firmly on the IDP map at his position.

14 days ago