Denarius Moore, a 6-foot, 195-pounder out of Tennessee, was the talk of training camp - stacking day upon day of highlight-reel catches. Still, he is listed as a third-stringer behind starters Darrius Heyward-Bey and Jacoby Ford and backups Louis Murphy and Chaz Schilens on the Raiders' unofficial depth chart.
The most experienced receiver among the group is Derek Hagan, who has played for Miami and the New York Giants in five NFL seasons. His 12 catches and 224 yards in exhibition games both ranked second in the league, but he admits confusion about his role since he isn't even listed on the depth chart.
"I pretty much think that no one knows," Hagan said. "Once we get things going, we'll figure out what we're going to do."
Ford and Hagan were working with the first team offense this week.
Ford looks like the only solid start this week and even he's not for the faint of heart. With the way that Hue Jackson has been gushing about him, we believe he'll be heavily involved in the Raiders' game plan, but this is a team that is pretty hard to pin down outside of RB Darren McFadden.