Updated November 27, 2023 - 11:17 am
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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.
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The Raiders face a difficult decision on running back Josh Jacobs’ future with the NFL’s franchise tag window opening this week.
A Raiders player has been cast in the upcoming urban drama “Break the Cycle,” starring Cuba Gooding Jr. and Vivica A. Fox.
Raiders coach Antonio Pierce referenced the physical treatment Michael Jordan received in the 1980s and 1990s for defending Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes.
By Katelyn Newberg / RJ
Lynch had been charged with misdemeanor counts of DUI, failing to drive in a travel lane and driving an unregistered vehicle. A trial was set to begin Wednesday.
Raiders coach Antonio Pierce is set to add three more assistants to his staff, including a well-known former NFL running back.
Pierce called going into next season with Aidan O’Connell as the starter a “worst-case scenario,” even though he remains intrigued by the 2023 fourth-round pick’s potential.
By Ed Graney / RJ
The Raiders need to do everything possible to strike a deal and secure one of the draft’s top prospects at quarterback this season.
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