Posts Tagged ‘Oakland Raiders’
ALAMEDA — “Just win, baby.” Al Davis said it in the ’70s, expressing what he wants from his team.
The A’s announced Tuesday they have rejected Oakland’s 10-year lease offer.
ALAMEDA — Justin Tuck is one of eight new players brought in during the offseason.
The Raiders confirmed Terrelle Pryor was traded to Seattle for a seventh-round pick.
Though his stats may not show it, the tape says Antonio Smith is a constant threat.
Despite being cut by the 49ers — a perceived cap casualty — Carlos Rogers says he isn’t mad.
It may have been Oakland Raiders fullback Marcel Reece who jumpstarted the offseason.
Matt Schaub has started two Pro Bowls but has never had the tools the Raiders can provide.
Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie may have made his biggest offseason move.
The Oakland Raiders continued their quest to rebuild with two key offensive acquisitions.
So far, the Raiders have yet to nab any of the “truly premium” free agents.
The Raiders continue to improve their defense by signing Tarrell Brown and Antonio Smith.
Oakland signed two of the NFL’s best pass rushers, Lamarr Woodley and Justin Tuck.
Left tackle Rodger Saffold failed his Raiders physical and will return to the St. Louis Rams.
The Raiders haven’t yet made a big free agent splash, though they’ve added the heft for a nice cannonball.
Raider Nation has been dealt a wallop with Oakland’s three best free agents leaving town.
For teams like the Raiders, there’s no better way to draft than by trading picks.
The Raiders announced the first of what could be many newly-issued contracts Monday.
Reggie McKenzie could have a salary-cap record $70 million to spend on player contracts in 2014.
Raiders who possibly won’t return include quarterbacks Terrelle Pryor and Matt McGloin.
Jason Tarver may be best known for flipping off an officiating crew twice in 2013.
O.CO COLISEUM — The Raiders were slaughtered by Peyton Manning and the Broncos 34-14.
Terrelle Pryor is starting at quarterback Sunday for the Raiders. So why is his agent so upset?
It’s no secret: The Raiders need personnel at every position. At least there’s some good news.
The Raiders might want to invest a sizable chunk of the $60 million in cap space into their defensive front.
The Raiders showed an anemic offense and tired defense in a 26-13 loss to San Diego.
O.CO COLISEUM — After slashing a 25-point lead, Oakland let another one slip away.
A good portion of the Raiders roster is players who fell in the draft — or weren’t picked at all.
While anything can happen, Dennis Allen’s job doesn’t appear to be in jeopardy.
The Jets bested Oakland 37-27, forcing a continuance of a Raiders east coast losing streak.
ALAMEDA — A win at the Meadowlands is the only thing that can keep the Raiders’ playoff hopes alive.
The Raiders stepped on the Cowboys early only to be dominated when it mattered.
The Raiders will be after their third Thanksgiving win, the last dating back to Nov. 28, 1968.
The Raiders have grown into a future contender, but key areas must still be addressed.
O.CO COLISEUM — The Raiders made one mistake too many in their 23-19 loss.