Raiders look to help defense on Day 2 of draft
ALAMEDA, Calif. (AP) — The Oakland Raiders will likely look to add some defensive help in rounds two and three on the second day of the NFL draft.
After taking tackle Kolton Miller and trading for receiver Martavis Bryant on the opening day, the Raiders could use help on defense Friday night with the 41st and 75th overall picks.
The Raiders added two picks while moving down five spots in the first round before taking Miller 15th overall and then dealt one of those picks to Pittsburgh for Bryant.
Oakland also has nine picks on Day 3, giving them the opportunity to use some of those selections to move up on Friday if they are targeting a specific player.
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