Las Vegas Raiders general manager Mike Mayock discussed the draft and free agency, quarterback Derek Carr and his relationship with head coach Jon Gruden.
A day after donating $500,000 toward eliminating meal debt in Nevada schools, the newly rebranded Las Vegas Raiders are continuing to make an impact in their new community.
Hoping to establish himself as one of the best wide receivers in the draft, USC’s Michael Pittman strained his foot and will not play in Saturday’s Senior Bowl.
Notre Dame CB Troy Pride Jr., who has met with the Raiders, has improved his draft stock in Mobile this week.
The Utah State alum played in 11 games, including five starts, for the Raiders last season after signing a one-year free agent deal last offseason.
The Las Vegas Raiders have pledged $500,000 toward eliminating meal debt in Nevada schools, which accrues when families who do not qualify for free or reduced-priced breakfasts and lunches cannot pay for their food.
A stout group of linebackers at the Senior Bowl could help the Raiders address a big-time need.
Utah State star Jordan Love impressive in Senior Bowl workouts.
It’s official: Las Vegas Raiders will be the name of Sin City’s relocated NFL team.
The Oregon star is making the most of a chance to move up the NFL draft board.