Raider Nation has a bunch of questions about Russell Wilson, Derek Carr and the defense in this week’s Raiders mailbag.
Sportsbooks won $52.4 million in January from a betting handle of $646.5 million, according to figures released Thursday by the state’s Gaming Control Board.
Perhaps based on a belief that Deshaun Watson will be traded to the Jets, sharp bettors at William Hill wagered on New York to win the AFC East, AFC and the Super Bowl.
The Raiders would have to pay a king’s ransom, including quarterback Derek Carr, to acquire the Seahawks’ quarterback, a cost they are not likely to incur.
The release of Williams was long suspected. By cutting him, the Raiders will shave $11.6 million from their 2021 books.
Vegas Nation’s Heidi Fang and Sam Gordon analyze how the team can manage the 2021 salary cap with the players they had in 2020 on the offensive line.
Yakemah Siverand was signed by the Raiders to a reserve future contract on Jan. 5. He joined the Raiders last Oct. 27 after being signed to the practice squad
The NFL is setting the 2021 salary cap floor at $180 million, which is higher than earlier projections. Nevertheless, the Raiders have work to do to get under the cap.
The first version of our NFL mock draft. First-round selections will be made on April 29.
With the offseason already heating up, Raiders fans have lots of questions in this week’s mailbag.