While off-season free agency as the 2021 NFL Draft will make a bunch of new additions to the Las Vegas Raiders, one man whose play didn’t diminish at all last season was Hudson played all offensive 1,083 snaps last year. This is the third time in the last six seasons that he hasn’t missed a single snap. He missed one snap one year.
As the NFL Draft gets closer and closer, the spotlight on potential prospects for the Las Vegas Raiders to consider drafting will get brighter and brighter. After starting with Notre Dame linebacker , we now turn the draft spotlight to Alabama defensive tackle Christian Barmore. Coming from the Nick Saban-coached program that has produced first-round defensive linemen like Jonathan Allen and Quinnen Williams, Barmore has the tools to follow in their footsteps.
There will likely never be a movie made about Mark Davis’ relationship with Roger Goodell and that’s a good thing for both the Las Vegas Raiders and the NFL. One of the more fascinating themes of the upcoming ESPN 30 for 30 film, Al Davis vs. the NFL (which airs Feb. 4 on the network) is the fact that the Raiders finally have a great, state-of-the-art stadium, in Las Vegas ... plus years after the Al Davis took on the league in his attempt to acquire a shiny, new stadium.