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Latavius Murray ran as the first-team back throughout the offseason and sources inside the Raiders said he “has a chance at a huge year.” Murray is 6’3/225 with 4.38 speed and is playing in a Bill Musgrave offense. Musgrave previously oversaw big seasons from Adrian Peterson, Michael Turner and Fred Taylor.
Rookie TE Clive Walford impressed enough during OTAs to force a real battle with Mychal Rivera. Yawn.
Amari Cooper did nothing to disappoint in the spring, leading beat writers to say he’s “ready to break out immediately” and call him “the real deal.” Given the lack of other pass-game options for Derek Carr, Cooper’s target count will be high and 80 catches is a fair projection. ... Rod Streater, back healthy, is expected to win the No. 3 job behind Cooper and Michael Crabtree.
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