Here are five takeaways from Tuesday night’s episode of “Hard Knocks” from Raiders’ training camp.
The Raiders have committed to their punter for the season. It’s Cole, an undrafted rookie from North Carolina State who reported to minicamp in May without a contract.
The Rebels senior wide receiver makes sure he is actively involved in the community. He has had a strong interest in serving others since he was 6.
Buffalo finished second in the league in total defense last season, returns 10 of 11 defensive starters and added defensive end Ed Oliver in the NFL draft.
The sophomore wide receiver, who caught 31 passes for 422 yards and six TDs last season, practiced Tuesday for the first time in pads since sustaining a concussion July 2.
From Wayne Newton to Carrot Top, we are a city of characters. Which makes Antonio Brown and Las Vegas a fit as snug as a headdress on a showgirl.
The renewal allows Sportradar to distribute the NFL’s real-time official play-by-play data to legal sportsbooks in the U.S. and internationally for in-play wagering.
Wide receiver Antonio Brown returned to Raiders training camp on Tuesday morning. Though he did not practice, Brown, whose helmet grievance was denied by an arbitrator on Monday, said he was “extremely grateful to be here.”
The NFL and Jay-Z’s entertainment and sports representation company are teaming up for events and social activism.
In the latest trailer for HBO’s hit series “Hard Knocks”, Raiders coach Jon Gruden discusses Rams coach Sean McVay.