Las Vegas Raiders podcast with Tony Renteria: Drake pushing to get ready for season after ankle surgery; Tony’s take on Incognito’s retirement; plus much more

Las Vegas Raiders running back Kenyan Drake scores a touchdown as Denver Broncos cornerback Kyle Fuller (23) and inside linebacker A.J. Johnson (45) defend during the first half of an NFL football game, Sunday, Oct. 17, 2021, in Denver. Drake is trying to return from an ankle surgery he had in December and try and make the team this month in Raiders camp. (AP News file photo)

On Raiders Sports podcast with Tony Renteria:

#1 Tony, talk about Las Vegas Raiders running back Kenyan Drake who broke his ankle which he had to get surgery for last December and couldn’t clear minicamp last month how much will the Raiders miss Drake going into camp this month.

#2 Drake did mention that he would be ready for camp this month even thought the ankle isn’t 100% yet. That said how cautious do you see head coach Josh McDaniels being with Drake’s ankle?

#3 Tony, wanted to get your take on Richie Incognito’s retirement announcement this week. After 15 years and four NFL teams Incognito said he wanted to retire a Raider.

#4 Raiders tight end Darren Waller said he loves the chemistry and working with quarterback Derek Carr and wide receiver Devante Adams. Waller likes the idea that he and Adams could see more passes during the season from Carr.

#5 Tony, the Kansas City Chiefs not only are potent with quarterback Pat Mahomes on the offensive side of the ball but a big part of why the Chiefs are so successful they have one of the best defensive lines in the NFL. Knowing the Raiders face them twice a season how do you see the Raiders countering the Chiefs this season?

Join Tony for the Las Vegas Raiders each Tuesday at http://www.sportsradioservice.com

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