Raiders: 3 areas of concern that still linger entering 2022 training camp

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LONDON, ENGLAND – OCTOBER 06: (EDITORS NOTE – This image has been converted to black and white) Oakland Raiders helmet is seen on the field after the game between Chicago Bears and Oakland Raiders at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on October 06, 2019, in London, England. (Photo by Naomi Baker/Getty Images)

The Las Vegas Raiders have a solid roster heading into training camp, but these three areas are still a cause of concern entering July of 2022.

We are getting very close to the Las Vegas Raiders kicking off their 2022 training camp, a camp that should have a ton of buzz. This offseason, the Raiders revamped the roster on both sides of the ball, brought in a new general manager, and have a new head coach at the helm.

All the while, questions still remain as to how good this team can be, especially in a very tough AFC West division. All four teams within the division got better this offseason, with maybe the Kansas City Chiefs doing the least to improve their team, but they remain the team to beat in the division until someone knocks them off.

Playing in the Hall of Fame Game, the Raiders have to hit the ground running during training camp, and there could still be moves to make. They cleared a bunch of cap space, and have some pressing issues heading into July, so it would not be surprising to see them pull the trigger on some free agents, or even swing some big trades.

Here, we look at three areas of concern that still linger heading into training camp.

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