Coach Antonio Pierce says the Raiders are a couple of pieces away from a dominant defensive line and secondary, and some draft prospects caught the team’s eye.
The NFL scouting combine ends Sunday, completing yet another step toward the NFL draft and free agency. Raiders fans have a lot of questions as a result.
The Raiders had formal interviews at the NFL scouting combine with quarterback prospects Caleb Williams, Jayden Daniels, Drake Maye, J.J. McCarthy and Michael Penix.
Raiders coach Antonio Pierce is already ruffling feathers with his unapologetic style, but he plans to remain true to himself.
Washington linebacker Edefuan Ulofoshio, a Bishop Gorman product, shared a hilarious story at the NFL scouting combine this week in Indianapolis.
Texas defensive tackle Byron Murphy, projected to be drafted from 12th to 20th, would give the Raiders an interior difference-maker they have lacked for years.
Coach Antonio Pierce said the Raiders must do whatever it takes to secure their quarterback of the future. His ideal choice might be LSU star Jayden Daniels.
The Raiders’ lowest grade in the 11 categories players were polled on was a D for head coach. Most of the votes were cast when Josh McDaniels coached the team.
Raiders general manager Tom Telesco said Tuesday at the NFL scouting combine that the team hopes to re-sign running back Josh Jacobs to a long-term deal.
The Raiders are rightly focused on quarterbacks at the NFL scouting combine, but they have multiple holes to fill on the roster. Here are some candidates.
The Athletics aren’t the only major league team that has moved around throughout its history. Here are some of the other franchises who have bounced between homes.
The Raiders will take a closer look at the 2024 quarterback prospects this week in Indianapolis. Then they have to decide whom to target in April’s draft.
The Raiders finalized their first coaching staff under new coach Antonio Pierce, with former NFL head coaches Marvin Lewis and Joe Philbin holding key roles.
The TV broadcast for Super Bowl 58 at Allegiant Stadium was watched by nearly two-thirds of Americans, according to a custom Nielsen survey commissioned by the NFL.