Podcast: 5 Reasons for Optimism in the 2024 Raiders

Las Vegas Raiders Insider Podcast offers five monster reasons for optimism in the 2024 Raiders post-Super Bowl LVIII.

Las Vegas, Nev.--The 2023 NFL season has been put to rest after Super Bowl LVIII, and the page turned to 2024.

The Las Vegas Raiders leadership team of General Manager Tom Telesco, Coach Antonio Pierce, Offensive Coordinator Luke Getsy, and Defensive Coordinator Patrick Graham are ready to attack the offseason.

The Silver and Black will move into the future as they evaluate the roster and decide which key free agents to re-sign from last season and who to target from others.

Additionally, the talent evaluation for the 2024 NFL Draft is underway in preparation for the NFL Combine.

This has already been a busy offseason, with much more to come as the franchise progresses.

Our latest Las Vegas Raiders Insider Podcast episode is about five enormous reasons for Raider Nation to be excited about the approaching 2024 season after Super Bowl LVIII.

Those reasons are strong enough to help Raider Nation move on from watching their rivals play the Super Bowl in their home stadium.

There are issues with the Denver Broncos, Jim Harbaugh, and the Los Angeles Chargers. What are those, and how do they impact the Silver and Black?  We will discuss it.

The Raiders have many options in the 2024 NFL Draft, and you can see our first Mock draft when you CLICK RIGHT HERE.

You can watch the entire podcast above.

The Las Vegas Raiders have five reasons for optimism with the approaching 2024 season.

Dexter Ernest Wayne Carpenter, Raiders Today

The NFL Draft will be held in Detroit, Mich., on April 25-27, 2024. The Las Vegas Raiders currently hold the No. 13 overall pick.

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