The Raiders and 49ers used trades to tweak their first-round positions, picking defensive backs with the 13th and 18th picks.
The Raiders cast a wide net for a quarterback, which led them former Green Bay and current Seattle backup Matt Flynn.
Tarps will be a year-round attraction at O.co Coliseum, as the Raiders will drape tarps over the upper regions of Mount Davis.
As if losing the Super Bowl wasn’t enough, 49ers fans have to deal with their beloved Candlestick Park being turned into a shopping mall.
Raiders head coach Dennis Allen announced Friday that second-year QB Terrelle Pryor will get his first start Sunday.
Commissioner Roger Goodell dangled $200 million for a new stadium in front of Raiders season ticket holders Thursday night.
For the Raiders, the losing continues. The team has now dropped five in a row, ensuring the 3-9 Raiders of its first sub-.500 season since 2009.
It’s standard that you shouldn’t bash your employer on Facebook. Somebody should probably tell Rolando McClain.
The 49ers released backup quarterback Josh Johnson and a raft of others Friday evening to settle on a 53-man roster.
Bay Area fans will be able watch tonight’s Raiders-Cowboys telecast with Jon "Chucky" Gruden returning to Oakland.
Another preseason and another training camp where Darren McFadden is one of the most dominant players on the field.
Oakland Raiders wide receiver Darrius Heyward-Bey should probably stick to the speed limit when he heads to training camp in Napa.
When new defensive coordinator Jason Tarver brings a little California cool to the coaching staff, I don’t think anyone will object.
Dennis Allen is the first defense-centric Raiders head coach since mighty John Madden. That’s right, Madden. In 1969.