The Raiders’ plan to add additional suites at Allegiant Stadium is part of the team’s commitment to keeping the over two-year-old facility among the best in the world.
The Raiders have partnered with several Las Vegas Valley businesses to offer free back-to-school haircuts and beautician services.
The Raiders selected Sandra Douglass Morgan, the former chairwoman of the Nevada Gaming Control Board, to be their new president Thursday. She is the first Black woman to assume such a role in the NFL.
The NFL and the Raiders are asking the Supreme Court to dismiss a 2018 anti-trust lawsuit by the City of Oakland against the Raiders and the NFL over the club’s move to Las Vegas.
The Raiders on Wednesday worked out quarterback Colin Kaepernick, who essentially was banished by the NFL for five years for protesting racial injustice.
Fletch Walcott is a great singer with a great memory for lyrics. He put both to use Monday night on “Don’t Forget the Lyrics.”
The NFL officially dropped the schedules for the 2022 season Thursday and teams had entirely too much fun creating schedule announcement videos for social media.
The Raiders on Friday announced team president Dan Ventrelle was no longer part of the organization.
In trading for wide receiver Davante Adams from the Packers, the Raiders secured a far more polished player than any available in the first round of the NFL draft.
With needs at offensive line, linebacker and the secondary, the Raiders will look to fill roster holes while also drafting for long-range objectives. Here’s out it all might work out.
The giant tent will be open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on the north side of Allegiant Stadium at Lot B, where the public can select from more than 20,000 items.
John Madden’s life was celebrated Monday night. At the stadium in which he coached. In the city he loved. By the people he loved. And by the people who loved him.
Also inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame Thursday was defensive lineman Richard Seymour, who played his last four seasons, from 2009 to 2012, with the Raiders.
Pro Bowler Matthew Judon believes the duo of Josh McDaniels and Dave Ziegler will bring success of New England to Las Vegas.