In this week’s episode of the Raider’s 2-Minute Drill, Ashly Dickinson breaks down the latest news in Raider Nation and UNLV Football.
The grass has been laid down at Allegiant Stadium, and will not only be home to the Las Vegas Raiders but home to UNLV football as well. UNLV announced its new football head coach Marcus Arroyo in December of 2019. Arroyo comes from the University of Oregon, after serving as the offensive coordinator, team quarterback, and tight ends coach. With an impressive coaching resume, Arroyo has developed several big-name NFL athletes such as Chris Carson, Justice Hill, Mike Evans, Vincent Jackson, Mitchell Schwartz, Keenan Allen, Marvin Jones, CJ Anderson, and most recently Justin Herbert. We can only imagine what he can accomplish with Charles Williams, Justin Rogers, and Cameron Friel.
The Las Vegas Raiders could possibly be hosting training camp at their new headquarters in Henderson, Las Vegas instead of their traditional Napa, California training camp.
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