Denzelle Good is expected to start Weeks 1 and 2 against the Denver Broncos and Kansas City Chiefs, respectively.
Michael Gehlken joined the Review-Journal in April 2017 following the Raiders’ approved relocation to Las Vegas. He previously covered the Chargers for seven seasons, including five for the San Diego Union-Tribune. He produces breaking news, features and other coverage on Nevada’s future NFL team from Oakland as a Bay Area resident.
Dylan Mabin stood behind a lectern Tuesday on an elevated stage inside the Raiders’ meeting room, scouring over about 20 of his fellow rookies.
Clelin Ferrell, Johnathan Abram and Trayvon Mullen signed four-year rookie contracts Tuesday.
The second-year player has the job locked up, but Johnny Townsend and rookie A.J. Cole are competing to be Oakland’s punter, with Townsend favored to win the battle.
Bay Area fans came to pay respects and support the Warriors in Oakland one final time before the franchise moves to a newer, shinier home in San Francisco next season.
The 2018 third-round pick had only one sack last season despite averaging about 40 defensive snaps per game. He hopes to make a bigger impact this season for Oakland.
The tempo relaxed considerably Wednesday to conclude the Raiders’ spring workout program while coach Jon Gruden and Mike Mayock spoke glowingly again about WR Antonio Brown’s work ethic.
A franchise whose personalities and storylines are fit for a miniseries now will be the subject of one, the Raiders announced Tuesday, as they’ll be featured in HBO’s “Hard Knocks” this training camp.
The Raiders’ Rodney Hudson quietly chipped away at online business classes to earn a master’s degree, and now could become one of, if not the, highest-paid centers in the NFL.
It seemed inevitable this spring that Johnathan Abram would ascend from the Raiders’ second-team defensive unit to a starting role.
Raiders defensive coordinator Paul Guenther is competitive. His 2018 roster was not.
The Raiders will meet the Green Bay Packers for a preseason game on Aug. 22 in the Canadian city of Winnipeg, a source said Tuesday afternoon.
The Raiders are excited about tight end Darren Waller’s combination of size, speed and playmaking potential.