2020 Las Vegas Raiders 53-man roster projection entering training camp
Offensive Line (9): Kolton Miller, Richie Incognito, Rodney Hudson, Gabe Jackson, Trent Brown, John Simpson, Denzelle Good, David Sharpe, Jordan Devey
The Raiders have one of the best starting offensive lines in the NFL, and they added some depth through the draft and free agency as well. Kolton Miller has a shot at the Pro Bowl this year, Richie Incognito is still kicking butt at 37-years-old, Rodney Hudson is the best center in the NFL, Gabe Jackson is a talented starter, and Trent Brown might be the best right tackle in the league.
If this group can stay healthy, things should be comfortable for Carr and the offense for most of the season.
The Raiders added John Simpson from Clemson as a possible long-term replacement for Incognito, but the jury is out on if he can play as a rookie. Luckily, the Raiders have three other big guys in Denzelle Good, David Sharpe, and Jordan Devey that have started in this league, and can step in if necessary.
Eric Kush and Sam Young are two other veterans currently on the roster who will push the aforementioned second unit, and may jump ahead of them in the pecking order if they have good camps. Either way this group will be a strength of the team and should make life much easier for the skill guys on offense.