The “Hard Knocks” television crew gained more material Monday, as the Raiders finalized their plan to host the defending NFC champion Los Angeles Rams for a pair of joint practices this summer.
Dylan Mabin stood behind a lectern Tuesday on an elevated stage inside the Raiders’ meeting room, scouring over about 20 of his fellow rookies.
Clelin Ferrell, Johnathan Abram and Trayvon Mullen signed four-year rookie contracts Tuesday.
Team Marcus Allen rallied to defeat Team Reilly Smith 20-16 on Saturday at a sold-out Las Vegas Ballpark. Proceeds from the event benefited the Tyler Robinson Foundation.
The second-year player has the job locked up, but Johnny Townsend and rookie A.J. Cole are competing to be Oakland’s punter, with Townsend favored to win the battle.
The 2018 third-round pick had only one sack last season despite averaging about 40 defensive snaps per game. He hopes to make a bigger impact this season for Oakland.
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 franchise whose personalities and storylines are fit for a miniseries now will be the subject of one, the Raiders announced Tuesday, as they’ll be featured in HBO’s “Hard Knocks” this training camp.
The Raiders’ Rodney Hudson quietly chipped away at online business classes to earn a master’s degree, and now could become one of, if not the, highest-paid centers in the NFL.
The judge earlier denied a defense motion to dismiss the undecided charges involving the alleged rapes of a 54-year-old hitchhiker and an unconscious teen.