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Vegas Nation: Red Zone Week 2 — VIDEO

Review-Journal Sports Editor Bill Bradley and Sacramento ESPN 1320’s Mark Kreidler discuss the Raiders having a chance of making the playoffs as well as Derek Carr being the key to the Raiders offense this season.

LB Nicholas Morrow rises from Div. III ranks to make Raiders

Nicholas Morrow was the only undrafted rookie to make the Raiders’ initial 53-man roster. He did so after having played college football at Greenville, a Division III school in Illinois.

5 things to watch for New York Jets vs. Raiders

The Raiders had a playoff-like performance last week to defeat the Titans in Nashville. It should be a lot easier for Week 2 with the Raiders (1-0) opening the home schedule against the lowly Jets (0-1), who many believe could flirt with an 0-16 season.

Vegas Nation: Raiders maintain healthy roster

Bryan Salmond and Michael Gehlken discuss today’s Raiders news, including what the environment might be like for Marshawn Lynch’s first regular season game in Oakland as well as the health of the roster heading into the matchup with the New York Jets.

Raiders, Donald Penn near 2-year contract extension

The Raiders are closing in on a two-year extension with left tackle Donald Penn, a source said Wednesday. Negotiations picked up following his first game Sunday, one in which he played all 66 of the offense’s snaps. They are expected to culminate with a contract signed as early as this week.

Vegas Nation: Giorgio Tavecchio makes strong NFL debut

Bryan Salmond and Michael Gehlken break down Giorgio Tavecchio’s solid performance against the Titans on Sunday as well as the Raiders defense playing better than anyone expected them to.

Raiders DT Eddie Vanderdoes plays the part of a draft-day steal

A prediction has been pinned atop Eddie Vanderdoes’ Twitter account for months as he waited to learn his NFL draft fate: “Whoever drafts me in these next few days is getting the biggest steal of the draft #justsayin.”

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