The Raiders took major steps forward in three key areas this season, giving the team and its fans reasons to be optimistic about their debut season in Las Vegas.
As the Raiders prepare to move to Las Vegas, running back DeAndré Washington’s contract is up. He recognizes that could mean the end of his time with the franchise.
Raiders coach Jon Gruden said the team will look to improve the wide receiving corps this offseason. But one player the club won’t need to replace is Hunter Renfrow.
The Raiders will select at No. 12 and No. 19 in the opening round of the draft next year in Las Vegas.
The Raiders had a good mix with their edge players this season but expect them to target the interior for upgrades as they seek a dominating front.
Derek Carr is excited about the Raiders future, and his role in it. But his coach isn’t ready to make a call of whether he’ll be back or not
There aren’t many head coaches who have steered a franchise from one state to another in recent league history, so Raiders coach Jon Gruden may call on the most prominent one for advice — Jeff Fisher.
After a season of little production from their wide receivers, the Raiders will be looking to add to their wide receiving corps in the 2020 offseason.
After the Raiders played their last game representing Oakland on Sunday, players expressed excitement for the future in Las Vegas as the offseason began.
It didn’t take the Raiders long to begin looking ahead to the 2020 season after closing out the regular season with a loss to Denver on Sunday.