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It was as if he had never left the Coliseum.

Jon Gruden was a winner in his return to the sideline for Oakland when the Raiders got a touchdown pass from Connor Cook in a 16-10 victory over the Detroit Lions on Friday night.

"It was awesome," he said. "I saw some recognizable faces that had gotten a little bit older. I saw some old friends who mean a lot to me. Like I said all along, this is a great responsibility. The nostalgia has worn off. We have to do something with the opportunity. But it was sure great to see the Raiders fans."

Gruden was welcomed back warmly to the Coliseum for his first game here as Raiders coach since beating the Jets in a playoff game Jan. 12, 2001. Gruden was traded to Tampa Bay after that season and has spent the past nine years as an ESPN analyst.

Raiders owner Mark Davis lured Gruden back to the sideline with a 10-year contract worth a reported $100 million following a disappointing six-win season under Jack Del Rio.

The Gruden era appeared to get off to a rousing start when Marshawn Lynch ran 60 yards for a TD on the third snap, but the score was called back on a holding penalty by rookie tackle Kolton Miller.

"I was really ticked off after watching that get called back," Gruden said. "Chucky came out for a brief moment tonight."

Oakland settled for a punt on the only drive with starting quarterback Derek Carr, but scored three times in five drives with Cook at the helm. Cook threw a 7-yard TD pass to Ryan Switzer in the second quarter and led Oakland to a pair of field goals by rookie Eddy Pineiro. Cook finished 11 for 19 for 141 yards.

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"We got a lot of good work in this week," Patricia said. "He took a lot of reps and he saw a lot of different looks. That was the goal, to come out here and be able to get some of those different team tempo plays and have it scripted and a little controlled. Just thought it was a good opportunity tonight to have the other guys go out and compete."

Matt Cassel got the start and went 10 for 18 for 81 yards, leading Detroit to one score on three drives, with Ameer Abdullah capping it with a 1-yard TD run . Jake Rudock finished 12 for 19 for 84 yards.

NATIONAL ANTHEM

Lynch once again sat during the national anthem. Lynch also sat for the anthem all of last season but never gave a reason for his decision. No other players on either team demonstrated during the anthem, with the Lions all standing together with locked arms.

ROOKIE REPORT

Lions second-round RB Kerryon Johnson showed good burst, running for 34 yards on seven carries and adding four catches for 33 yards.

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The Raiders also had a strong performance from a second-round pick with DT P.J. Hall getting a sack and batting down a pass in the first half. Oakland undrafted free agent RB Chris Warren III ran 13 times for 86 yards .

INJURIES

Raiders CB Antonio Hamilton limped off twice in the second half with an apparent ankle injury.

HELMET FOUL

There was one penalty under the new rule prohibiting players from leading with their helmets. Oakland S Karl Joseph was called for the infraction on a tackle against Abdullah in the second quarter.

OFF THE DIRT

Pineiro's second field goal came at the end of the first half after Gruden called for a run that set up Pineiro's 48-yarder off the infield dirt. Pineiro added a 45-yard field goal off the dirt in the fourth quarter. The Raiders will play at least one regular-season game this season with the infield dirt in place for Oakland Athletics games.

"I remember when we drafted (Sebastian) Janikowski, it was like being on a foreign planet for him when he got here and started kicking off the dirt," Gruden said of Oakland's first-round pick in 2000. "We did manage to get him a couple of looks."

NEXT UP

Lions: Host Giants on Aug. 17.

Raiders: Visit Rams on Aug. 18.

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As of Thursday night, 180 of the 256 players drafted had signed their rookie contracts, according to the league transaction reports.

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There are currently more third-round picks without contracts (24) than first-round picks (22).

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Indianapolis Colts guard Quenton Nelson (6th overall) and Arizona Cardinals quarterback Josh Rosen (10th overall) are the highest picks to have signed their rookie contracts.

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By draft order:

RoundPickTeamPlayer11Cleveland BrownsBaker Mayfield12New York GiantsSaquon Barkley13New York JetsSam Darnold14Cleveland BrownsDenzel Ward15Denver BroncosBradley Chubb17Buffalo BillsJosh Allen18Chicago BearsRoquan Smith19San Francisco 49ersMike McGlinchey111Miami DolphinsMinkah Fitzpatrick112Tampa Bay BuccaneersVita Vea115Oakland RaidersKolton Miller117Los Angeles ChargersDerwin James121Cincinnati BengalsBilly Price123New England PatriotsIsaiah Wynn124Carolina PanthersD.J. Moore125Baltimore RavensHayden Hurst126Atlanta FalconsCalvin Ridley128Pittsburgh SteelersTerrell Edmunds129Jacksonville JaguarsTaven Bryan130Minnesota VikingsMike Hughes131New England PatriotsSony Michel132Baltimore RavensLamar Jackson235Cleveland BrownsNick Chubb236Indianapolis ColtsDarius Leonard237Indianapolis ColtsBraden Smith238Tampa Bay BuccaneersRonald Jones II241Tennessee TitansHarold Landry242Miami DolphinsMike Gesicki244San Francisco 49ersDante Pettis246Kansas City ChiefsBreeland Speaks247Arizona CardinalsChristian Kirk261Jacksonville JaguarsD.J. Chark263Tampa Bay BuccaneersCarlton Davis365Oakland RaidersBrandon Parker367Cleveland BrownsChad Thomas369New York GiantsB.J. Hill370San Francisco 49ersFred Warner371Denver BroncosRoyce Freeman372New York JetsNathan Shepherd373Miami DolphinsJerome Baker374Washington RedskinsGeron Christian375Kansas City ChiefsDerrick Nnadi376Pittsburgh SteelersMason Rudolph377Cincinnati BengalsSam Hubbard378Cincinnati BengalsMalik Jefferson379Seattle SeahawksRasheem Green380Houston TexansMartinas Rankin381Dallas CowboysMichael Gallup387Oakland RaidersArden Key389Los Angeles RamsJoseph Noteboom391New Orleans SaintsTre'Quan Smith392Pittsburgh SteelersChukwuma Okorafor393Jacksonville JaguarsRonnie Harrison396Buffalo BillsHarrison Phillips397Arizona CardinalsMason Cole399Denver BroncosIsaac Yiadom3100Kansas City ChiefsDorian O'Daniel4105Cleveland BrownsAntonio Callaway4107New York JetsChristopher Herndon4110Oakland RaidersNick Nelson4111Los Angeles RamsBrian Allen4123Miami DolphinsDurham Smythe4131Miami DolphinsKalen Ballage4135Los Angeles RamsJohn Franklin-Myer5139New York GiantsR.J. McIntosh5147Los Angeles RamsMicah Kiser5160Los Angeles RamsOgbonnia Okoronkwo6176Los Angeles RamsJohn Kelly6192Los Angeles RamsJamil Demby6195Los Angeles RamsSebastian Joseph6205Los Angeles RamsTrevon Young6209Miami DolphinsCornell Armstrong7227Miami DolphinsQuentin Poling7229Miami DolphinsJason Sanders7231Los Angeles RamsTravin Howard7244Los Angeles RamsJustin Lawler
By team:

RoundPickTeamPlayer247Arizona CardinalsChristian Kirk397Arizona CardinalsMason Cole126Atlanta FalconsCalvin Ridley125Baltimore RavensHayden Hurst132Baltimore RavensLamar Jackson17Buffalo BillsJosh Allen396Buffalo BillsHarrison Phillips124Carolina PanthersD.J. Moore18Chicago BearsRoquan Smith121Cincinnati BengalsBilly Price377Cincinnati BengalsSam Hubbard378Cincinnati BengalsMalik Jefferson11Cleveland BrownsBaker Mayfield14Cleveland BrownsDenzel Ward235Cleveland BrownsNick Chubb367Cleveland BrownsChad Thomas4105Cleveland BrownsAntonio Callaway381Dallas CowboysMichael Gallup15Denver BroncosBradley Chubb371Denver BroncosRoyce Freeman399Denver BroncosIsaac Yiadom380Houston TexansMartinas Rankin236Indianapolis ColtsDarius Leonard237Indianapolis ColtsBraden Smith129Jacksonville JaguarsTaven Bryan261Jacksonville JaguarsD.J. Chark393Jacksonville JaguarsRonnie Harrison246Kansas City ChiefsBreeland Speaks375Kansas City ChiefsDerrick Nnadi3100Kansas City ChiefsDorian O’Daniel117Los Angeles ChargersDerwin James389Los Angeles RamsJoseph Noteboom4111Los Angeles RamsBrian Allen4135Los Angeles RamsJohn Franklin-Myer5147Los Angeles RamsMicah Kiser5160Los Angeles RamsOgbonnia Okoronkwo6176Los Angeles RamsJohn Kelly6192Los Angeles RamsJamil Demby6195Los Angeles RamsSebastian Joseph6205Los Angeles RamsTrevon Young7231Los Angeles RamsTravin Howard7244Los Angeles RamsJustin Lawler111Miami DolphinsMinkah Fitzpatrick242Miami DolphinsMike Gesicki373Miami DolphinsJerome Baker4123Miami DolphinsDurham Smythe4131Miami DolphinsKalen Ballage6209Miami DolphinsCornell Armstrong7227Miami DolphinsQuentin Poling7229Miami DolphinsJason Sanders130Minnesota VikingsMike Hughes123New England PatriotsIsaiah Wynn131New England PatriotsSony Michel391New Orleans SaintsTre’Quan Smith12New York GiantsSaquon Barkley369New York GiantsB.J. Hill5139New York GiantsR.J. McIntosh13New York JetsSam Darnold372New York JetsNathan Shepherd4107New York JetsChristopher Herndon115Oakland RaidersKolton Miller365Oakland RaidersBrandon Parker3 [url=http://www.officialusafootballs.com/seattle-seahawks/will-dissly-jersey]Womens Will Dissly Jersey[/url]


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