The Raiders signed another key member of their draft class, completing a pact with second-round defensive lineman Jihad Ward on Wednesday.
It all started with a message from the NFL's official Twitter account:
Stephen Curry made history as the NBA's first unanimous MVP while winning the award for the second straight year and partners took advantage of it.
The Raiders invited several young players to join their rookie minicamp, with little hope of making the 90-man roster. The odds of joining the team were slim, but five players made the cut.
Karl Joseph wore No. 8 at West Virginia, a number he couldn’t take with him to the pros.