The Oakland Raiders broke training camp and are headed back to their Alameda, California headquarters to resume preparing for the regular season.
Training camp is a time of intense player evaluation for each team and there were starting jobs, roster spots and specific roles that had to be filled in Oakland. Head coach Dennis Allen and his coaching staff were also installing and refining their offensive and defensive schemes.
With the sun setting on the Raiders' 2012 training camp, it's time to examine which players produced and which players didn't live up to expectations.
That's not to say those who didn't won't be key players this season or even that they produced horribly; it's just that they did not produce as expected. There were certain players that produced that were expected to produce, like linebacker Philip Wheeler and defensive tackle Tommy Kelly that you won't find on this list.
Christopher is the lead AFC West writer for Bleacher Report. Follow him on Twitter: @ChrisHansenNFL