Written by Ryan Lipton and Will Reeve Jr. Photo via Jeff Chiu / Associated Press The article can also be found on the Raiders Wire! Oakland Raiders coach Jack Del […]
Written by Ryan Lipton and Will Reeve Jr. Photo via Jeff Chiu / Associated Press
Oakland Raiders coach Jack Del Rio has decided that is best for the team to forego their last organized team activities practice of the offseason in favor of team bonding, per Las Vegas Review-Journal’s Michael Gehlken.
Jack Del Rio canceled the Raiders' 10th and final OTA practice today in favor of team bonding. Team will conclude its spring next week.
— Michael Gehlken (@GehlkenNFL) June 9, 2017
Two days ago the NFL changed it’s Twitter cover photo to a laughing and bonding Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch and quarterback Derek Carr, and Del Rio has been expert in developing a winning culture from nothing during his time in the East Bay.
As such, to question Del Rio’s methods would look silly, and from all reports early on, the team has looked incredibly sharp and focused during OTAs.
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