Oakland Raiders: 5 Keys to Training Camp

Note: According to the Sacramento Bee, Oakland Raiders assistant offensive line coach Steve Wisniewski has resigned because of personal reasons. 

With training camp slated to begin in less than 48 hours, there is optimism with many in Raider Nation, as new coach Dennis Allen is set to embark on what is truly a new era in Oakland Raider football. For the first time since 1963, Al Davis will not be the overseer of the team, and with general manager Reggie McKenzie having true authority over personnel, it will be interesting to see just how the Raiders begin the 2012 campaign.

That all said, training camp is the proverbial horse before the cart. There are still many unanswered questions the team needs to answer as the first preseason game approaches against the Dallas Cowboys. And the most intriguing and/or pressing needs are as follows (not in any particular order).

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