"I have a job to do," said Brooks. "I have to run the offense the best I can whether it's complicated or simplified. That's my job week in week out. I expect nothing but the best."
Brooks threw 17 interceptions and just 13 touchdowns last season, but new Raiders coach Art Shell likes that Brooks brings a veteran presence to the position.
"Aaron gives us great depth at the quarterback position and provides us with a veteran presence," Shell said.
The Raiders' unsettled quarterback situation comes in a season in which they are selling their own tickets for the first time since returning to Oakland 11 years ago.
"Every year's a new start, a new beginning, new opportunities to go to the Super Bowl," added Brooks.