Allegiant Stadium will be a very popular destination for the 2020 NFL season as the Raiders kickoff their inaugural season in Las Vegas.
Reporters Cassie Soto and Myles Simmons discuss what the latest comments from Raiders coach Jon Gruden and owner Mark Davis mean for quarterback Derek Carr.
After cutting safety D.J. Swearinger on Tuesday, the Raiders will move cornerback Daryl Worley to start at safety.
In a mild surprise, Raiders rookie running back Josh Jacobs was cleared to resume practice on Wednesday.
Christmas is coming and Raiders rookie safety Johnathan Abram partnered with the United Way Bay Area to spread some holiday cheer.
The 26-year-old former first-round pick was placed on injured reserve over the weekend due to a foot injury suffered while making the game-clinching interception against the Chargers on Thursday.
The safety signed with Oakland over the weekend several weeks after Arizona decided to release him after just four games.
In a phone interview Wednesday night, Raiders rookie safety Johnathan Abram talked about the season-ending injury he suffered in Monday night’s 24-16 win against Denver.
The Raiders believe lessons have been learned and would have former wide receiver Darren Waller slotted as their No. 1 tight end should the season begin today.
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.