A brief look at each of the franchise’s 70 appearances on Monday Night Football.
After serving as sports editor of both the Silverado Star and UNLV Rebel Yell, the Detroit native remained in Las Vegas and embarked on his professional journalism career at the Review-Journal in 2002. He has covered mixed martial arts and prep sports while helping coordinate online and social media coverage for nearly every major sporting event to come through the valley.
New Orleans defensive front, led by Cameron Jordan, poses a problem to Las Vegas in the first game at Allegiant Stadium.
Colby Covington was awarded a technical knockout victory over Tyron Woodley, who suffered a rib injury, in the main event of UFC Fight Night 178 on Saturday in Las Vegas.
An outspoken Black Lives Matter advocate from Ferguson, Missouri, will fight a ‘MAGA’ cap-wearing, President Trump supporter in a cagefight on Saturday in Las Vegas.
The Raiders’ coach is a big fan of the nickname of the team’s new home despite online wisecracks about the comparison to the destructible ‘Death Star.’
The second-year pro is seeing results of the offseason work he put in looking at what makes Hunter Renfrow, among others, so effective at getting open.
The Raiders’ Josh Jacobs ran for 81 yards after contact on running plays, a full 87 percent of his 93 rushing yards against the Panthers, according to Pro Football Focus.
Safety Johnathan Abram, who suffered a season-ending injury in the 2019 opener, finished with 13 tackles and gave the Raiders an emotional lift in their win at Carolina.
The Raiders’ coach was befuddled about his wife’s name becoming one of his quarterback’s signals at the line of scrimmage during Sunday’s game.
The second-year Raiders star was up for the challenge as he shared the field with Panthers star Christian McCaffrey on Sunday.
The 2019 second-round pick was pressed into duty earlier than expected as a rookie, but the experience should pay off as he moves into role as full-time starter
The defensive lineman admits he heard the doubters and naysayers, but believes he laid the foundation to take a step forward a year after being selected No. 4 in the draft.
The former undrafted rookie free agent is now entering his fifth season as one of the longest-tenured players on the Raiders.
After opener, the Raiders are unlikely to be favored again until a Nov. 15 home game against the Broncos.
The coach declined to elaborate other than to make clear the team is ‘all together’ on what they will do before the season kicks off against Carolina.