The Raiders value Gabe Jackson. That is most important.
A day after accepting a contract restructure that ostensibly was a pay cut in design, Raiders offensive tackle Donald Penn practiced for the first time since undergoing December foot surgery.
The NFL team, which plans to move to Las Vegas from Oakland, California, in 2020, is already building its 65,000-seat stadium near the Strip. But it hasn’t submitted building plans for its practice facility and headquarters off St. Rose Parkway near Henderson Executive Airport.
Maryland has parted ways with its strength and conditioning coach and has acknowledged that “mistakes were made” in the treatment of offensive lineman Jordan McNair, who collapsed on the practice field and subsequently died.
Las Vegas handicapper Kelly Stewart and CG Analytics oddsmaker Will Bernanke join the Review-Journal’s Todd Dewey to preview the Baltimore Ravens’ season in the ninth of a series of 32 NFL team videos.
Former Raiders cornerback Sean Smith was released from jail Tuesday after serving five months of a one-year sentence.
Raiders quarterback Connor Cook grimaced Monday when he muffed a red-zone snap from under center. He could guess what was coming next. The hook.
Donald Penn will return to the Raiders in 2018 at a restructured price.
The Raiders have yet to conduct a full training-camp practice with their top three cornerbacks. Monday represented the best chance in weeks. A freak collision spoiled it.