Oakland Raiders Team 2017 Players, Roster, Staff, and More

Oakland Raiders Team 2017 Players: Oakland Raiders is a popular American football team franchise based in Oakland, California, USA, and NFL 2017 is the 48th season of the team. The Oakland Raiders are playing their 2017 NFL season under head coach Jack Del Rio. They compete in the NFL as a member club of the league’s American Football Conference (AFC) West division and play their home games at the Oakland–Alameda County Coliseum. At the end of the NFL’s 2016 season, the Raiders boasted a lifetime regular-season record of 456 wins, 401 losses, and 11 ties, and their lifetime playoff record currently stands at 25 wins and 19 losses. Get here complete information about Oakland Raiders 2017 Players, Roster, Staff, and many more details.

Oakland Raiders Team 2017 Players, Roster, Staff, and More

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Oakland Raiders Roster 2017

Oakland Raiders Team 2017 Players, Roster, Staff, and More

Quarterbacks:

  • 4 Derek Carr
  • 18 Connor Cook
  • 3 EJ Manuel

Running backs:

  • 43 John Crockett
  • 34 Elijah Hood
  • 22 Taiwan Jones
  • 24 Marshawn Lynch
  • 49 Jamize Olawale FB
  • 30 Jalen Richard
  • 33 DeAndré Washington

Wide receivers:

  • 80 K. J. Brent
  • 89 Amari Cooper
  • 15 Michael Crabtree
  • 14 Keon Hatcher
  • 16 Johnny Holton
  • 19 Jaydon Mickens
  • 84 Cordarrelle Patterson KR
  • 10 Seth Roberts
  • 9 Isaac Whitney
  • 8 Ishmael Zamora

Tight ends:

  • 81 Pharaoh Brown
  • 87 Jared Cook
  • 83 Cooper Helfet
  • 82 Gabe Holmes
  • 85 Ryan O’Malley
  • 86 Lee Smith
  • 88 Clive Walford

Offensive linemen:

  • 74 Vadal Alexander G
  • 60 Kareem Are T
  • 64 Chauncey Briggs T
  • 76 Jon Feliciano C
  • 77 Austin Howard T
  • 61 Rodney Hudson C
  • 66 Gabe Jackson G
  • 79 Denver Kirkland G
  • 73 Marshall Newhouse T
  • 67 Oni Omoile G
  • 70 Kelechi Osemele G
  • 72 Donald Penn T
  • 71 David Sharpe T
  • 68 Ian Silberman T
  • 65 Jordan Simmons G
  • 69 Jylan Ware T

Defensive linemen:

  • 96 Denico Autry DE
  • 93 Jimmy Bean DE
  • 92 Paul Boyette DT
  • 99 Fadol Brown DE
  • 62 Chris Casher DE
  • 97 Mario Edwards Jr. DE
  • 78 Justin Ellis DT
  • 90 Treyvon Hester DT
  • 98 Branden Jackson DE
  • 75 Darius Latham DT
  • 52 Khalil Mack DE
  • 94 Eddie Vanderdoes DT
  • 95 Jihad Ward DE

Linebackers:

  • 58 Tyrell Adams MLB
  • 91 Shilique Calhoun OLB
  • 47 James Cowser OLB
  • 48 Najee Harris LB
  • 50 Ben Heeney MLB
  • 51 Bruce Irvin OLB
  • 57 Cory James MLB
  • 53 Jelani Jenkins OLB
  • 55 Marquel Lee MLB
  • 46 LaTroy Lewis LB
  • 35 Nicholas Morrow LB
  • 41 Brady Sheldon LB
  • 56 Xavier Woodson-Luster LB

Defensive backs:

  • 29 David Amerson CB
  • 31 Breon Borders CB
  • 38 T. J. Carrie CB
  • 37 Anthony Cioffi S
  • 2 Gareon Conley CB
  • 40 Kenneth Durden CB
  • 32 Antonio Hamilton CB
  • 36 Chris Humes CB
  • 25 Rickey Jefferson S
  • 42 Karl Joseph SS
  • 26 Shalom Luani S
  • 23 Dexter McDonald CB
  • 39 Keith McGill SS
  • 28 Marcus McWilson S
  • 20 Obi Melifonwu S
  • 27 Reggie Nelson FS
  • 21 Sean Smith CB

Special teams:

  • 59 Jon Condo LS
  • 11 Sebastian Janikowski K
  • 7 Marquette King P
  • 2 Giorgio Tavecchio K

The Oakland Raiders was founded on January 30, 1960, and played its first regular season game on September 11, 1960, as a member of the American Football League (AFL) at Kezar Stadium in San Francisco, California. The Raiders are known for their extensive fan base and distinctive team culture. Since 1963, the team has won 15 division titles (three AFL and 12 NFL), four AFC Championships (1976, 1980, 1983, and 2002), one AFL Championship (1967), and three Super Bowl Championships (XI, XV, and XVIII). The Raiders have 14 former members who have been enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

The Raiders have rivalries with the other three teams in the AFC West (Denver Broncos, Kansas City Chiefs, and Los Angeles Chargers) and a geographic rivalry with the San Francisco 49ers. They also have rivalries with other teams that arose from playoff battles in the past, most notably with the Pittsburgh Steelers and the New England Patriots. The Seattle Seahawks have an old rivalry with Oakland as well.

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