Day 2 of Raiders' rookie minicamp
A total of sixty rookies are ten in the raiders' three day rookie mini camp a number seven. Tony -- from as the raiders' top pick in this years draft and he says he's looking for a lot of playing time this season. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- I just -- come out come my attitude my thing obviously can't do you have so much is being an helmets -- I had I think I think that's not a typical offensive line here is the Oakland. He fits he fits the scheme -- the zone running scheme and he's got some athleticism and and not so I think he's going to be a nice fit in there for a start with a middle Harden and not. -- him a chance to work and compete and see where his death has six. Foot five and 313 pounds -- doesn't mind getting physical. But he realizes nothing comes easy in the NFL. The Raiders fifth round pick and sixth rounder explain what they're capable of bringing in Oakland if they make the team. They use the typically go for more speedier guys smaller guys I feel like I would just bring a more bigger presence the outside the -- with the running game in just. A red zone threat and you know does anything customer. I was being great from I had to work on my footwork. From yesterday. I was kind of little you know rusty about it but today you know I brought -- in just. -- that first step and just doing everything I need to be proud to be successful. Thirty of the sixty rookies are participating. On a tryout basis the young guns wrap up their three day mini camp Sunday unfortunately. Several of the guys will be forced to turn in their equipment. While others might turn out to be solid players Henry Wofford Comcast sports net. They get -- -- -- locals the Raiders can't you might wanna look after three of them are from San Jose state QB -- all of their running back Brandon bluntly. And linebacker Carl I cannot show. Stanford's Corey gate what is trying out at quarterback while Sacramento state why he is showing off his long snapping skills will raw rookie camp. Is insider Paul Gutierrez. There's really not a lot of news -- you come out of a rookie mini camp such as what the Raiders are holding. At their headquarters and now media but the fact that top draft pick Tony Bertram is moving from right tackle to left guard that's something to keep an eye on throughout the rest of the summer throughout the off -- offseason training programs. It's gonna set up a potential training camp battle. For that left guard spot with veteran Cooper Carlisle who up until now has only played right guard. From Alameda a -- yet is Comcast sports net.
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