The Las Vegas Raiders bolstered their roster in a big since the end of the 2021 NFL season, and here are some ways they won the offseason.
Since the close of the 2021 NFL season, it seems the Las Vegas Raiders have made some wholesale changes when it comes to the organization. Heading into a very important 2022 campaign, all signs are pointing in the right direction when it comes to the front office and the roster.
Here, we look at how the Raiders won the offseason since the 2021 season ended.
Ways the Las Vegas Raiders won the 2022 offseason
Strong Front Office Hires
Since the Davis Family has owned the franchise, the Silver and Black have been no stranger to making landmark hires. The Raiders franchise has hired the first African-American head coach, appointed the first female CEO, and hired the second Latino-American head coach as well.
This offseason, they continued to be a trailblazing franchise, this time hiring the first African-American woman as team president. Sandra Douglass Morgan was first in a long list of key front office moves done by the Raiders this offseason, including the hiring of a tremendous young general manager in Davis Ziegler, hopefully setting the Raiders up for a long and successful future.