The Raiders traded up to draft yet another Clemson players on Saturday morning. Of course they did.
The Raiders added more firepower to their offense on Day Two of the draft with the additions of wide receivers Bryan Edwards and Lynn Bowden.
Despite rumors of two of the top three quarterbacks slipping down draft boards, all three were off the board in the top six of Thursday’s first round.
Broadcasting legend Brent Musburger addresses what he believes the Raiders will do with their first-round picks and one position they should avoid.
Crews installed the first of two Raiders shield logos on the team’s 335,000-square-foot building that will house its headquarters and practice facility.
Review-Journal video host Cassie Soto on Friday talked to the wide receiver, who discussed his philanthropy, playing for the Raiders and the move to Las Vegas.
The former Oregon standout has learned to be the kind of vocal leader NFL teams are looking for to lead their franchise.
The Raiders on Saturday agreed to terms with four players, headlined by former Eagles wide receiver Nelson Agholor.
The Utah State quarterback did not hide his intrigue about playing for the Raiders upon being asked about it at the NFL scouting combine.
Local leaders won’t speculate on a future NFL draft here, but what’s known for sure is that thousands of people and millions of dollars won’t be coming in April.