Reggie McKenzie: ‘We’re always going to be attacking’

The Oakland Raiders have come out swinging this offseason, trying to build upon the strides they made as a team in 2015. That aggressive attack to building their roster follows the intentions laid out by Oakland general manager Reggie McKenzie who says, “people can see what we’re doing.”

With free agency not even a week old, the Raiders have already signed some decent talents in guard Kelechi Osemele, linebacker Bruce Irvin and cornerback Sean Smith. Of course, their cap space has definitely allowed them to make those aggressive pursuits.

“This thing will probably go through the draft,” McKenzie said, via Jerry McDonald of the Bay Area News Group. “You never know when guys are ready to sign. There are still guys getting released. We’re always going to be attacking. If we see someone that can help, we’re going after him.”

Now, are they going to be as intent on moving out of the Bay Area and down south to Los Angeles?

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