Las Vegas Raiders OTAs: Live updates, videos from second open practice

The Las Vegas Raiders are back on the practice field on Wednesday for their fifth session of organized team activities, and it was the second in which they allowed beat reporters in to give us a look at everything going on.

The Raiders’ first open practice of OTAs was last week on Tuesday, the biggest takeaways of which you can check out right here. We also covered the biggest standouts from the first week right here.

Prior to practice, associate head coach Marvin Lewis and quarterbacks coach Rich Scangarello addressed the media, and after practice we’ll hear from running backs Alexander Mattison and Zamir White, and cornerback Jack Jones.

Follow along with our live tracker for all of the latest updates from beat writers on the ground. The newest updated are at the top.

Live updates from Raiders practice

Zamir White on becoming a featured back

A good day for the defense

Some QB, RB photos

Maxx Crosby, Christian Wilkins preview

Wide receiver drills

Tyree Wilson getting after it

List of absences

More D-line drills

Maxx Crosby wants another rep

Linebacker drills

Stretching has begun

Rich Scangarello a fan of Gardner Minshew

Marvin Lewis praises Maxx Crosby, Antonio Pierce

“I see a driven player,” Lewis said before listing off the who’s who of names he’s been around. “You see guys that become at the pinnacle… of their game and how they go about their business each and every day.

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“You can set your watch by Maxx Crosby now. Somebody said it would be easy to assassinate him because you know where he’s going to be at all times,” Lewis added with a laugh. “He’s phenomenal.”

“I’ve been watching how these guys who have become Hall of Fame players how they go about their day, each and every day, and Maxx has those qualities,” he concluded.

“He’s in tune with the pulse of the football team,” Lewis said of Pierce. “He knows how to get his players to the gate.”


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