The Raiders easily could challenge to be included among the most memorable clips of the HBO show “Hard Knocks” with a roster that includes Antonio Brown, Richie Incognito and Vontaze Burfict.
A potential site for a College Football Playoff championship game will soon host the NFL and UNLV football, along with a new-and-much-improved Las Vegas Bowl.
The assumption that Raiders head coach Jon Gruden would spend the off-season looking to replace quarterback Derek Carr wasn’t as practical a notion as portrayed.
While forecasting how a team’s draft will ultimately be judged on the field remains incredibly subjective, this isn’t: The class had a much different feel this year than last. Cleaner. Fewer red flags to investigate. Players that other teams hadn’t passed on for medical or off-field issues.
Former Raiders coach Tom Flores was not included in the new Pro Football Hall of Fame class announced during the NFL’s annual Honors program Saturday.
While some continue to update daily odds on which teams would most likely trade for the defensive star, the fact remains that Mack’s holdout is more standard than atypical.
Jon Gruden loves veteran players and the Raiders, as much as any team, offer them second chances at continuing careers and proving others wrong, both of which the former Green Bay star can pursue.
New defensive coordinator Paul Guenther and his 4-3 scheme hoping to improve all that ailed the Raiders last season.
If anger among Raiders fans about the relocation to Southern Nevada was a central theme at last year’s training camp, such a sentiment has now seemed to move toward more of an acceptance.
The sticker shock you knew would be attached to seats in the soon-to-be palace of the Raiders, set to open in 2020, is now front and center for you to see and bemoan, with personal seat licenses going on sale Tuesday in reserved-seating areas.