The Raiders clearly aren’t satisfied with their safety depth. That’s evident through action, the only true barometer of an NFL team’s roster evaluation.
The Raiders had roughly $65 million in salary-cap space heading into the 2014 offseason.
Khalil Mack went through a stressful pre-draft process before the Raiders selected him No. 5 overall last year.
The Raiders signed restricted free agent safety Sean Richardson to an offer sheet, an event that was part of the NFL’s transaction report on Tuesday afternoon.
Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie seems ready to take the training wheels off his secondary.