In response to a future Hall of Fame quarterback enraging other players with his opinion on kneeling during the national anthem, the NFL must finally evolve.
The NFL will allow coaching staffs to return to their facilities on Friday, but the Raiders’ new headquarters in Henderson is still under construction.
Vegas Nation host Cassie Soto is joined by Vinny Bonsignore, Adam Hill, Mick Akers and Heidi Fang to breakdown what’s new with the Raiders.
The 85-foot Al Davis memorial torch that spans multiple levels of the stadium could be seen towering over the main entrance on the north end of the $2 billion stadium.
The Saints quarterback was asked to revisit former NFL QB Colin Kaepernick’s 2016 protest of police brutality against minorities.
The Raiders aren’t saying how they plan to use rookie offensive weapon Lynn Bowden, a sure sign they expect to utilize him in a variety of ways.
Pro Football Focus, a data-driven site, did not include any Raiders on its top 50 preseason list. Nine players from their AFC West rivals were on the list.
With COVID-19 still creating concerns, the NFL is requiring that teams hold training camp at home practice facility sites.
Las Vegas sports figures took to Twitter to give their opinions on the death of George Floyd and the protests that have followed.
Monday marked another step for the Raiders and their relocation to Southern Nevada as the first moving trucks arrived with items from their former Northern California offices.