2020 Las Vegas Raiders 53-man roster projection entering summer
Offensive Line (9): Kolton Miller, Richie Incognito, Rodney Hudson, Gabe Jackson, Trent Brown, John Simpson, Denzelle Good, David Sharpe, Jordan Devey
The Raiders are bringing back all five starters from last season, but with an older group of lineman, the depth of the group is extremely important. Kolton Miller improved a massive amount in Year 2, and he looks to continue that growth in 2020 as the team’s starting left tackle.
Richie Incognito played like one of the best guards in the NFL after being out of the league since 2017 and silenced all of the critics. Rodney Hudson continued to be the best center in the NFL, and is showing no signs of slowing down serving as the anchor on this offensive line.
Gabe Jackson did not play much in 2019 due to injury, but the Raiders decided to pay him and keep him on the roster, so he will have a lot to prove in 2020 as the right guard. Trent Brown proved to be worth his pay as arguably the best right tackle in the NFL last season, making the Pro Bowl in his first season in the Silver and Black.
There is depth behind the starting five as well, as the team made Clemson All-American guard John Simpson a fourth round pick in 2020. Denzelle Good, Jordan Devey, and David Sharpe are all guys who can come in and start if needed, so if one of these older linemen go down, there are reinforcements.