I think this group deserves a mulligan from the Greg Knapp offense of 2012.
Darrius Heyward-Bey shed the bust label, and Denarius Moore looked like the steal of the 2011 NFL draft with the way those two played in Hue Jackson's offense in 2011.
Then came Greg Knapp in 2012 and the rest is history.
Now Knapp is gone, and Greg Olson is coming to town to run the offense. Thankfully, he seems more like a Hue Jackson-type than a Greg Knapp-type coach.
The Raiders also have Rod Streater making a name for himself on the team, and he should continue to grow with NFL experience.
Also, the group gets a boost with the return of the injured Jacoby Ford. While Ford's return will mostly benefit special teams with his return ability, he is still a deep threat in the Raiders offense.
As nice as it would be to see a free-agent receiver like Dwayne Bowe, Greg Jennings or Mike Wallace in a Raiders uniform next year, the Raiders are still not in good enough cap shape to make a signing quite like that.
Unless Reggie McKenzie is able to free up cap room to make a push for one of those guys, it is not worth adding to the young receiving corps. It would be best to let them continue to grow if the Raiders could not bring in an elite receiver to lead the group.