Oakland Raiders quarterback Derek Carr said he went for the end zone and was hoping to bring home the win for his teammates when he fumbled the football costing the team the win.
Oakland Raiders wide receiver Michael Crabtree told reporters after the team’s 20-17 loss to the Dallas Cowboys that he was “pissed off” that he was in concussion protocol during the team’s final play.
After losing to the Kansas City Chiefs, 26-15, Oakland Raiders head coach Jack Del Rio says the team needs to turn its focus to winning their last home game against the Dallas Cowboys.
Oakland Raiders head coach Jack Del Rio explains why he thinks running back Marshawn Lynch is playing on another level right now.
Bryan Salmond and Raiders beat writer Michael Gehlken go over how the Raiders are preparing for their game against the Broncos.
The Review-Journal’s Michael Gehlken and Ed Graney preview what to expect on Sunday when the Oakland Raiders face the New England Patriots from the Estadio Azteca in Mexico City.
Miguel Angel Martinez Ayala, an Uber driver in Mexico City, discusses the daily suffering he sees when driving around the city from those affected most by the earthquake that struck his hometown on Nov. 19.
The Review-Journal’s Ed Graney and Gilbert Manzano visited the school where 26 people died when a massive earthquake hit Mexico City and spoke with those who’ve lost their homes and are still trying to cope with the aftermath just days before the two month anniversary of the event.
There’s still plenty of legal work to be done to make the team’s relocation to Las Vegas a reality, but Monday was all about owner Mark Davis’ desire to turn the Silver State into the Silver and Black State.
The Raiders moved the chains of public perception Monday with a dazzling groundbreaking event attended by about 600 invited guests at the planned Las Vegas stadium site at Interstate 15 and Russell Road.
The historic ceremonial event after sunset, which included a tribute to the 58 people who died in the 1 October mass shooting, was the team’s most visual display of committing to building a $1.9 billion, 65,000-seat domed football stadium and bringing the NFL to Southern Nevada.
Asi que la ofensiva explosiva de los Raiders fue una cosa de una semana. Los Raiders volvieron a sus viejos caminos el domingo, ya que perdieron en contra los Bills 34 a 14.