For nothing else, beating Denver on Monday night would signal a positive first act to move past the drama that was Antonio Brown.
One step forward is yet again three steps back, the latest example being a 43-17 blowout loss to Arkansas State before an announced gathering of 18,742 on Saturday night.
The Las Vegas Events president credits his 1976 NCAA wrestling championship for his long career in sports and entertainment.
Everyone had a good laugh while making light of the Brown-Raiders saga, but there might be something far more serious beyond the comedy of it.
How about the Chiefs vs. the Eagles on Feb. 2 in Miami? Patrick Mahomes vs. Carson Wentz. Andy Reid vs. his former assistant Doug Pederson. Reid vs. his former employer.
Winning in pro sports — or at least the opportunity to do so, however slight those chances might be for the Raiders this season — is more important than anything not named breathing.
Wherever the truth lies within the silver and black cauldron of nonsense created by the Raiders trading for Brown, the conclusion should be obvious.
CG Technology sportsbook took a $7,700 bet on the underdog Aggies getting 18 points, and sharp action at Caesars Entertainment has driven the number from 18½ to 17.
Winchell, a longtime Las Vegas resident, was so taken with the unique racetrack in Franklin, Kentucky, that he decided he needed to buy it.
If it isn’t encompassing every thought of those around Las Vegas, the idea that 2020 will officially make Southern Nevada one of 32 coveted NFL destinations is undoubtedly on the minds of most.
As my friends worked their way east along the rocky shoreline, I turned my attention to smallmouth and largemouth bass and began working my way to the west.
Doug Ghim is just one of a few dozen PGA Tour, Korn Ferry Tour, PGA Tour Champions, Symetra LPGA Tour and LPGA Tour players who have strong ties to Las Vegas.
Pacific Coast League playoff berth is cherry on top of record-breaking attendance season at new Las Vegas Ballpark.
Since retiring as UNLV athletic director, Jim Livengood has been working tirelessly to bring NCAA championship events to Las Vegas.
Del Mar and Saratoga are closing their doors on Labor Day, but two other horse racing success stories are stepping into the spotlight to lift our spirits.