The Oakland Raiders hold six of the first 100 selections in the 2019 NFL Draft, and we take a look at what they may do with all of their picks this April.
The Oakland Raiders will dominate the narrative heading into the 2019 NFL Draft, as they hold three first round picks, as well as six of the first 100 selections. This offseason, they have brought in a former draft analyst to be their general manager, so it will be up to Mike Mayock to really turn this roster around this April.
Of course, Mayock will have to run his choices by Jon Gruden, who admittedly has the final say in any roster decisions. However, they seem to be a good tandem early in their relationship, with Mayock showing he is just as big a grinder as Gruden is.
This Raiders team will look a lot different next season, as they not only hold three first round picks, but also nearly $80 million in cap space. If the Raiders can hit on their next two offseasons, this team could be loaded by the time the truck heads to Las Vegas for the 2020 NFL season.
Here is a look at the Raiders nine selections heading into Super Bowl Sunday.