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Unofficial listing of 2016 Raiders personnel developments:

Tight end Jake McGee signed, the Raiders announced Aug. 16, 2016. McGee, 24, had a career-best 112 receptions for 1,150 yards and 11 TDs during his senior year at Florida in 2015. He went undrafted because he reportedly lacks athleticism and big-play catching ability.

Updated: 8-16-2016

Offensive lineman Torian White waived, the Raiders announced Aug. 15, 2016. White, 23, reportedly signed a three-year, $1.62 million contract in May.

Updated: 8-15-2016

Tight end Gabe Holmes expected to go on injured reserve, coach Jack Del Rio told reporters Aug. 15, 2016. Holmes, 25, reportedly sustained a high-ankle sprain and broke a small bone in the ankle during Oakland's 31-10 win over Arizona on Aug. 12. The former Purdue player spent most of the 2015 season on Oakland's practice squad.

Updated: 8-15-2016

Defensive back Tramain Jacobs (New York Giants) and linebacker Lenny Jones (San Francisco 49ers) claimed off waivers, the Raiders announced Aug. 5, 2016. Oakland also waived/injured cornerback SaQwan Edwards and waived defensive end Damontre Moore.

Updated: 8-5-2016

Running back Roy Helu Jr. released, the Raiders announced Aug. 2, 2016. The former Washington Redskins player was placed on season-ending injured reserve July 29. Helu, 27, rushed for 39 yards on 17 carries and caught nine passes for 75 yards and a TD in a limited role with Oakland last season. He reportedly underwent surgery on both of this hips in February.

Updated: 8-2-2016

General Manager Reggie McKenzie signs a four-year contract extension, the Raiders announced July 29, 2016. His new deal runs through the 2021 NFL Draft. The Raiders are 18-46 in McKenzie's four seasons, but the team went 7-9 in 2015 and the past three drafts have produced a strong nucleus led by defensive end Khalil Mack, quarterback Derek Carr and wide receiver Amari Cooper.

Updated: 7-30-2016

Defensive lineman Denico Autry placed on the Physically Unable to Perform list, running back Roy Helu Jr. placed on Injured Reserve and defensive lineman Derrick Lott signed, the Raiders announced April 29, 2016. The team also announced that guard Vadal Alexander had passed his physical and no longer was designated on the Non-Football Injury list.

Helu, 27, rushed for 39 yards on 17 carries and caught nine passes for 75 yards and a TD in a limited role with Oakland last season. He reportedly underwent surgery on both of this hips in February.

Updated: 7-29-2016

Running back Roy Helu Jr. and defensive end Greg Townsend Jr. placed on the Physically Unable to Perform list while guard Vadal Alexander placed on the Non-Football Injury list, the Raiders announced July 25, 2016. The three players remain on Oakland's active roster despite the designations.

Updated: 7-25-2016

Cornerback David Amerson agrees to a four-year contract extension with the Raiders according to published reports July 15, 2016. His new deal is worth $38 million with $18 million guaranteed, according to the NFL Network.

Amerson, 24, was claimed off waivers from Washington last September, and his rookie contract was scheduled to expire after the 2016 season. He was owed only $880,000 in the final year of his contract.

In his first season with the Raiders, Amerson contributed four interceptions and a franchise-record 26 passes defensed in 14 games with 12 starts. The Redskins waived Amerson after three games last season.

At 6-foot-1, 205-pounds, Amerson is difficult to throw against because of his quick feet and long arms. In 2015, he finished with 60 tackles, the aforementioned four picks and a forced fumble. Opposing passers completed only 66.3 percent of their passes against the Amerson, selected in the secondd round of the 2014 draft.

With the signing of Amerson and former Kansas City Chiefs star Sean Smith to four-year deals, the Raiders reportedly have committed nearly $80 million to their projected starting cornerbacks.

Updated: 7-15-2016

Former Michigan State defensive end Shilique Calhoun signed, the Raiders announced June 17, 2016. He was selected by Oakland during the third round (75th overall) of this year's draft. Calhoun reportedly signed a four-year contract worth $3,130,136, which includes a $790,136 signing bonus.

Updated: 6-17-2016

Wide receiver Marvin Hall signed, the Raiders announced June 6, 2016. He had 25 catches for 409 yards and a TD during his four seasons at Washintgon. He also was used in the return game, returning 16 kickoffs for 357 yards (22.3 yards per return) as a freshman and returning 12 punts for 105 yards for his college career.

Updated: 6-7-2016

Wide receiver Andre Debose waived, the Raiders announced June 3, 2016.

Wide receiver Robert Herron waived, the Raiders announced May, 26, 2016.

Wide receiver Andre Debose placed on Injured Reserve, the Raiders announced May 25, 2016. DeBose, 25, spent the 2015 season on IR after tearing his Achilles last June during Organized Team Activities. The Raiders did not disclose the nature of his latest injury. The former Florida player was selected by Oakland during the seventh round of the 2015 draft.

Updated: 5-25-2016

Quarterback Garrett Gilbert and wide receiver Andre DeBose (injured) waived, the Raiders announced May 24, 2014. The team also signed wide receivers Robert Herron and Nathan Palmer.

Updated: 5-24-2016

Former Colorado State linebacker Cory James signed, the Raiders announced May 20, 2016. James, 22, was selected by Oakland during the sixth round (194th overall choice) of this year's draft. He reportedly signed a four-year contract. James had 24 sacks and 41 tackles for loss in 51 games at Colorado State, but he will need to earn a role on special teams to make Oakland's regular-season roster.

Updated: 5-20-2016

Former Illinois defensive lineman Jihad Ward signed, the Raiders announced May 18, 2016. Ward, 22, was selected by Oakland during the second round (44th overall pick) of this year's draft. He reportedly signed a four-year contract, and is slotted to earn $5,539,798 over the life of the deal, including a $2,222,944 signing bonus.

In two seasons at Illinois, Ward started all 25 games and contributed 104 combined tackles, 4.5 sacks, three passes defensed, three forced fumbles and five fumble recoveries.

Updated: 5-18-2016

The Raiders on May 16, 2016 announced the signing of defensive back Chris Edwards, wide receiver Joe Hansley, defensive lineman Branden Jackson, running back Jalen Richard and offensive lineman Torian White.

Oakland waived defensive end Shelby Harris, safety Tevin McDonald and cornerback Tony McRae. Harris, 24, was a seventh round pick by the Raiders during the 2014 NFL draft. The former Illinois State player saw action in eight games over two seasons with no starts and contributed 14 total tackles and a sack.

Updated: 5-16-2016

Guard Denver Kirkland, wide receiver Jaydon Mickens and guard/center Terran Vaughn signed, the Raiders announced May 12, 2016.

Updated: 5-13-2016

Former USC defensive end Greg Townsend Jr. signed, the Raiders announced May 11, 2016. Townsend’s father played for the Los Angeles Raiders from 1983-1993 and again in Oakland in 1997 and is the franchise’s all-time sacks leader with 107.5. The younger Townsend, 23, contributed 6.5 sacks and 68 tackles in 33 career games, including 15 starts, for the Trojans.

Updated: 5-11-2016

Wide receiver Max McCaffrey, the son of former Stanford and Denver Broncos great Ed McCaffrey, is among 13 undrafted free agents signed, the Raiders announced May 10, 2016.

Also signed by Oakland are wide receivers K.J. Brent and Johnny Holton, center Ross Burbank, linebacker/defensive end James Coswer, defensive backs Kenneth Durden, Antonio Hamilton and Tony McRae, defensive lineman Drew Iddings, defensive tackle Darius Latham, tight end Ryan O'Malley, guard Oni Omoile and linebacker Kyrie Wilson.

The Raiders also announced the signing of fifth-round pick DeAndre Washington, who rushed for more than 2,500 yards over his final two seasons at Texas Tech.

Updated: 5-10-2016

Top draft pick Karl Joseph signed, the Raiders announced May 9, 2016. Joseph, 22, starred at safety for West Virginia before being chosen by Oakland with the 14th overall choice in the 2016 draft. He received a four-year deal with a fifth-year option, which is standard for first round contracts. His contract reportedly is worth $11.88 million, which averages to $2.97 million per season.

The Raiders also announced the signings of former Michigan State quarterback Connor Cook (fourth round) and guard Vidal Alexander (seventh round).

Updated: 5-10-2016

Former New York Giants and Miami Dolphins defensive end Damontre Moore signed, the Raiders announced March 9, 2016. Moore, 23, has 45 tackles, 9.5 sacks, two forced fumbles and a fumble recovery in a three-year NFL career as an edge pass rusher.

Moore was a third-round pick of the New York Giants in 2013, but reportedly he had issues with teammates. He was involved in multiple altercations with teammates, and was waived in December 2015 for violating team rules following an incident with veteran Cullen Jenkins over headphones. Moore played just three games after being claimed by the Dolphins. The former Texas A&M star was released by Miami on May 2.

Updated: 5-9-2016

Former Bengals and Jaguars safety Reggie Nelson signed, the Raiders announced April 7, 2016. He reportedly received a two-year deal. Nelson, 32, will replace Charles Woodson, who retired after the 2015 season. Nelson tied for the NFL lead with eight interceptions last season for Cincinnati. He has 30 career interceptions ind 138 games (125 starts).

Updated: 4-7-2016

Long snapper Andrew East signed, the Raiders announced April 5, 2016.

Updated: 4-5-2016

The Raiders announced on March 22, 2016, that they did not exercise their First Refusal Rights on restricted free agent defensive end Benson Mayowa.

Updated: 3-23-2016

Left tackle Donald Penn re-signed, the Raiders announced March 17, 2016. He reportedly received a two-year, $14 million deal from Oakland. Penn, 33, has started 32 consecutive games with the Raiders since signing on March 18, 2014. The 11-year veteran has started 140 of 144 games with Tampa Bay and Oakland.

Updated: 3-17-2016

Former Baltimore Ravens special teams standout Brynden Trawick signed a one-year contract, the Raiders announced March 16, 2016. Trawick, listed on the Raiders roster as a safety, reportedly had 10 tackles covering kicks for the Ravens during the 2015 season.

Updated: 3-16-2016

Wide receiver Andre Holmes re-signed, the Raiders announced March 15, 2016. He reportedly received a one-year deal with $1 million guaranteed with a maximum worth of $3 million. Holmes, 27, contributed 14 catches and four touchdowns in 16 games last season. The five-year veteran played only 335 snaps on offense during thde 2015 season.

Updated: 3-15-2016

Former Raiders guard/center Tony Bergstrom signed with the Houston Texans, the Texans announced March 15, 2016. He reportedly received a two-year, $5.75 deal. Bergstrom, 29, was the 95th overall pick (third round) in the 2012 NFL draft. The former Utah star was the first draft pick of Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie. Bergstrom started four of 25 games with the Raiders.

Updated: 3-16-2016

Former Rams linebacker Daren Bates signed a one-year contract, the Raiders announced March 14, 2016. Bates, who turns 26 in November, was a standout on special teams for the Rams during the past three seasons but contributed infrequently on defense. He had only 21 solo tackles and two fumble recoveries with the Rams.

Updated: 3-14-2016

Linebacker Curtis Lofton released, the Raiders announced March 11, 2016. He had only 45 solo tackles and a sack while starting nine of 16 games with Oakland last season. Lofton signed a three-year, $18 million deal with the Raiders on March 11, 2015.

Updated: 3-12-2016

Former Kansas City cornerback Sean Smith signed a four-year, $40 million contract, the Raiders announced March 10, 2016. The deal reportedly includes $20 million guaranteed. Smith, 28, contributed two interceptions and 45 total tackles with the rival Chiefs last season. The tandem of Smith (6-foot-4) and David Amerson (6-foot-1) give Oakland two starting cornerbacks with outstanding physical skills.

Updated: 3-10-2016

Former Seahawks linebacker Bruce Irvin signed a four-year, $37 million contract, the Raiders announced March 10, 2016. Irvin, 28, contributed 21.5 sacks in four seasons with Seattle. The former West Virginia star is expected to get more chances to rush the passer playing with fellow edge pass rusher Khalil Mack.

Updated: 3-10-2016

Former Ravens offensive lineman Kelechi Osemele signed, the Raiders announced March 10, 2016. He reportedly received a five-year, $58.5 million deal, and another $1.5 million is available through incentives each year of the contract. Osemele, 26, is a powerful blocker who can play guard or tackle. He is expected to start at right guard for Oakland.

Updated: 3-10-2016

Saftey Nate Allen re-signed, the Raiders announced Feb. 9, 2016. Allen, 28, reportedly received a one-year deal with $1.85 million guaranted and he can earn $2 million more through incentives.

Updated: 2-12-2016

Saftey Nate Allen released, the Raiders announced Feb. 9, 2016. Knee issues limited Allen to only five games with Oakland during the 2015 season. The former Eagles' starter finished with an interception, two passes defensed and 11 total tackles.

Updated: 2-10-2016

Raiders defensive end Justin Tuck announced his retirement, according to published reports Feb. 1, 2016. Tuck, 32, helped lead the New York Giants to two Super Bowl titles and finished with 66.5 career sacks. He spent the past two seasons with the Raiders, contributing six sacks in 20 games as a torn pectoral sidelined him for most of 2015. Tuck recorded four 10-sack seasons during his nine years with the Giants.

Updated: 2-2-2016

Kicker Giorgio Tavecchio and Garrett Gilbert signed to Reserve/Future contracts, the Raiders announced Jan. 5, 2016.

Updated: 1-5-2016

The Raiders on Jan. 1, 2016 announced the signing of the following players to Reserve/Future contracts: running back George Atkinson III, guard Mitch Bell, defensive back Chris Hackett and linebacker Chris Hackett.

Updated: 1-4-2016

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