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Vegas Nation: Key injury news for Raiders in Week 1

Bryan Salmond discusses Raiders news as players were placed on injured reserve, returned from preseason injuries or just continued getting acclimated to a new team heading into their Week 1 game against the Tennessee Titans.

 
Raiders stadium project focus of Vegas Nation program — VIDEO

The Clark County Commission will undertake a high-impact project review of the planned $1.9 billion, 65,000-seat Las Vegas Stadium when it meets Wednesday morning. Catch up on stadium construction news in the first presentation of the “Vegas Nation Stadium Show.”

Raiders could give Sebastian Janikowski the boot

Sebastian Janikowski said in June he wanted to kick for the Raiders in 2020 when they relocate to Las Vegas. He might not make it to Sunday.

 
Sports Betting Spotlight: Raiders 2017 season preview

The Review-Journal’s Todd Dewey, handicapper Kelly Stewart (@KellyInVegas) and CG Technology sports book vice-president Matthew Holt preview the Raiders’ season in the 25th of a series of 32 NFL team videos in 32 days.

Raiders sign 2, fill 10-man practice squad

The Raiders filled out their practice squad on Monday. Soon, one of their ex-players could help another team do the same.

Raiders remain quiet during Sunday’s NFL waiver binge

Sunday was supposed to be the big day. Or at least it seemed. Aside from the April draft period, the Raiders hadn’t acquired a defensive player this offseason who will be on their Week 1 roster.

Raiders’ 53-man roster a work in progress

On Friday and Saturday, the team reduced its roster from 90 players. On Sunday, it’s going to change.

Raiders LB Nicholas Morrow defies odds, survives cut

Undrafted rookie linebacker Nicholas Morrow, who played at Division III Greenville College, survived Saturday’s NFL roster reduction to earn a spot with the Oakland Raiders.

Le’Veon Bell’s return gives Steelers best chance to dethrone Patriots

As NFL teams tinkered with their final rosters by trading players and signing players from the waiver wire, the Pittsburgh Steelers were just happy to see their all-pro running back walking around the team’s facility.