Raiders coach Dennis Allen whose team reports to training camp in Napa on Wednesday doesn't want to talk about last season. "That's behind us" he said. "I'm worried about what we're going to do this year and how we're going to respond this year."

"Respond" might not be the right word there because most of the players from last year's 4-12 team live in different states now and couldn't care less.

Fourteen of Oakland's 17 unrestricted free agents - including three defensive starters - were not re-signed. Then first-round picks Darrius Heyward-Bey Michael Huff and Rolando McClain as well as defensive tackle Tommy Kelly were cut and starting quarterback Carson Palmer was traded to Arizona for a seventh-round pick.

The moves have left many Raiders fans wondering whether owner Mark Davis has given general manager Reggie McKenzie and Allen not only a mulligan for their first year last season but for this upcoming season as well.

Oakland followed back-to-back 8-8 seasons including just missing the playoffs in 2011 with a 4-12 record last year and now might have a worse roster. McKenzie has gotten rid of a lot of late owner Al Davis' favorite players that had "out-of-whack" contracts and this year has a roster with $49 million allotted in dead money.

That's 38 percent of the rebuilding team's salary cap going to players now on other teams or sitting on the couch at home.

"I wouldn't use the term 'rebuilding' " Allen said. "We're trying to win."