Raiders left tackle Donald Penn made his preseason debut Saturday after missing training camp because of a contract holdout. He did not start but played during the second and third offensive series of a 24-20 loss at Dallas.
There is a cost to preseason football, one whose price isn’t shown on a ticket stub. Some Raiders starters were charged Saturday in the second quarter of a 24-20 loss to the Dallas Cowboys.
Derek Carr is expected see his most action of the preseason when the Raiders face the Dallas Cowboys at AT&T Stadium. If the past is any indicator, his evening won’t end at halftime.
If you’re an action junkie like me, Nevada is the only place to be this weekend.
Vegans Nation host Bryan Salmond and Review-Journal reporter Michael Gehlken discuss how much Raiders offensive tackle Donald Penn will play on Saturday and who else might make their debut.
Raiders safety Obi Melifonwu and left tackle Donald Penn missed the first two exhibition games for two very different reasons.
Say this about Raiders offensive coordinator Todd Downing: He has a knack for developing strong relationships.
Raiders cornerback TJ Carrie said he knows what he did wrong Saturday in a loss to the Rams. Now, he must correct it before games count.
Donald Penn ended his holdout and joined the Raiders at practice on Wednesday.
Raiders left tackle Donald Penn, who held out from team activities for nearly the past month, practiced during the afternoon session, his first on-field work with the team since June.
Raiders alumni and Raiderettes will assist with the coin toss when Palo Verde plays at Sierra Vista on Friday and when Liberty hosts Saguaro (Ariz.) on Saturday.
Bryan Salmond and Michael Gehlken discuss Donald Penn’s holdout, response to Khalil Mack and Derek Carr as well as other news and notes from Raiders practice.
Donald Penn did not rejoin the Raiders on Tuesday morning. There will be consequences if he doesn’t soon.
A strike or lockout in 2021 could seriously impact potential tourism dollars, never mind the wallets of those working at the new stadium.
Giorgio Tavecchio of Milan, Italy, is the Raiders’ backup kicker and finished his sixth NFL training camp. At 27, he has yet to appear in an NFL regular-season game.