All Bay, All Day
The Oakland Raiders draft selections were in full attendance as the doors opened for the time this season for 2017 Rookie mini-camp at the team's Alameda facility Friday.
With every second Ken Norton Jr. isn't fired, the Raiders' odds of national criticism grow.
Short Derek Carr, the Raiders are exactly who we thought they were, but they didn't get let off the hook.
Offensive coordinator Bill Musgrave is trying to get create a unique game plan with rookie quarterback Connor Cook slated to start this Saturday.
Jack Del Rio has played in five playoff games and coached in more, but the success has been limited and the reasons are tough to stomach.
Derek Carr didn't get the win against Rex Ryan's Jets in his first game ever, but Sunday he'll have a chance to rectify that.
Oakland pass rushers Aldon Smith and Mario Edwards Jr. have been absent this season for different reasons.
When the Raiders hired Jack Del Rio, and a new culture was created.
Sunday night, Oakland sunk their dagger into the haters, took their belongings, and sent them packing.
The Raiders' 5-2 record could be even better with just a little more push into the pocket.
Amari Cooper played one of the best games he's ever played for the Raiders, but the defense let Kansas City's mediocre offense run away with a win.
Sunday's game started just the way the Raiders wanted it to. It didn’t come close to ending that way.
It wasn’t pretty, but the Raiders muscled their way over the San Diego Chargers for their fourth win of the season.
The Oakland Raiders released four-time Pro Bowl fullback Marcel Reece Monday.
Karl Joseph will get his first NFL start for the Raiders Sunday, but the defensive coordinator might not be calling the shots.
This defense was supposed to hold its head along the league's elite. As reality would have it though, the Raiders are just helping their opponents post elite numbers.
AC/DC once made a song about him — years before anyone knew what it was about. He's not the most interesting man in the world, he's Raiders head coach Jack Del Rio.
The Silver and Black were torched for 528 yards by the Atlanta Falcons in a 35-28 loss
Cornerback Neiko Thorpe highlights the list of Raiders who were cut Saturday, as teams trim their rosters to 53 players.
Most starting roles on the team are largely solidified, a first for the Silver and Black in over a decade.
Oakland Raiders head coach Jack Del Rio wasted no time addressing a fight that occurred during Saturday's practice.
With increased depth on the Raiders roster, head coach Jack Del Rio said he welcomes the competition.
The Raiders finally have something going. And with a group that knows one another, this could be an exciting year for the Silver and Black.
Protecting franchise cornerstone Derek Carr is a key focus for the Raiders, as is the ability to open lanes for the running game.
Hip-hop — both classic and new — blasted through the Oakland Raiders training facility Tuesday.
Despite drafting defensive lineman in rounds 2 and 3, Raiders head coach Jack Del Rio insists that Mario Edwards' health is just fine.
With Charles Woodson's retirement, a generation of greatness ends. And so it goes.
The Raiders are fresh off their bye, and sharing a few things they've taken away from a short period of reflection.
Former Raiders linebacker Sio Moore, who was recently traded, may be in a better spot now than he ever has been.
The Raiders looked really good in their final preseason game -- when they didn't have the ball.
Plenty of changes should be on the horizon for the Raiders. One of which involves a position switch for Oakland's best player
It was business as usual for the Oakland Raiders at Wednesday’s mandatory — except for the drizzly weather.
Rain sprinkled throughout practice as players lost balance and footing on the slippery turf, giving them a rare opportunity to get a…
The Oakland Raiders continued their final set of OTAs Tuesday, with the team working to sort out roles.
The Raiders have one area that they feel is strong that hasn't been good in recent memory: Their offensive line.
After the New Orleans Saints released linebacker Curtis Lofton in March, it didn't take long before he secured work.
One of the stealthier acquisitions of the Raiders offseason may be the addition of Bill Musgrave as offensive coordinator.