Everyone from the new regime was accounted for Monday, but much of the buzz among Raiders fans is about the potential return of an old favorite.
Charles Woodson reportedly will visit the Raiders on Tuesday. Woodson said at a charity golf tournament over the weekend that ending his career where he started it is a viable option.
"It would be a really big thing to go back to Oakland being that I played there really most of my career," Woodson told Maize and Blue.com. "I still have a lot of friends there. I still know people in the organization. It would be a homecoming of sorts if it were to happen, so we'll see."
The Raiders as a matter of policy don't confirm free agent visits until after they've taken place. The NFL Network reported Woodson's visit would be Tuesday, and the news has spurred talk on Facebook and Twitter of a welcome party on his behalf at the club facility.
Asked if he was hopeful of bringing Woodson on board, Raiders coach Dennis Allen said, "We'll see. I want to do anything we can to help this team get better. So we'll see how that process goes."
The only player remaining from Woodson's eight-year tenure (1998-2005) as a Raider is kicker Sebastian Janikowski. A four-time Pro Bowl selection in Oakland after being the No. 4 overall pick in the 1998 draft, Woodson went from good to great as he matured with the Green Bay Packers and developed into a potential Hall of Fame player with 55 career interceptions and 11 touchdowns.