Vegas Nation podcast host Heidi Fang was joined by Raiders’ tight end Darren Waller on the latest episode of the Takeaways podcast. Waller talked about the Raiders talent on offense, what he looks forward to accomplishing in 2020, what hitting the three-year sobriety mark meant to him, how he hopes to inspire others. (Heidi Fang/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Vegas Nation’s Adam Hill and Vinny Bonsignore take a look at the Raiders defense, the quarterback picture and update on the health status of running back Josh Jacobs and defensive end Maxx Crosby from the team’s training camp in Henderson. (Heidi Fang/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Raiders tight end Darren Waller is celebrating three years of sobriety as he enters a new chapter of his life with his team in Las Vegas.
The Raiders continue to make big moves on offense, including signing long-time Cowboy Jason Witten. Vegas Nation crew Cassie Soto and Myles Simmons bring you the latest in Raiders free agency.
The newly named Las Vegas Raiders react to the name change with the move to the city and how the fans are embracing the team’s move.
The Las Vegas Raiders official name change came on Wednesday, Jan. 22 with Allegiant Stadium as the backdrop for the announcement. Las Vegas Raiders quarterback Derek Carr says he can’t wait to bring his new city a championship and is excited to get to work.
On Tuesday, Raiders fullback Alec Ingold and tight end Darren Waller visited Jack Dailey Elementary to serve lunch and interact with the students (Le’Andre Fox/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
The Raiders lost their final game as the “Oakland Raiders,” to the Denver Broncos 16-15. They end their season at seven wins and nine losses.
The Raiders talk about their impending move to Las Vegas after their 16-15 loss to the Denver Broncos. The team closes the season with a 7-9 record. (Heidi Fang/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Raiders tight end Darren Waller was named the recipient of the sixth-annual Craig Long Award. The Craig Long Award is presented annually to the Raiders player who best exemplifies professionalism and collaboration with the media.
Raiders’ Hunter Renfrow, Maxx Crosby and Darren Waller talk about the team fighting back through tough situations and adversity to keep themselves in playoff contention after defeating the Los Angeles Chargers on the road, 24-17. (Heidi Fang/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
The Raiders final home game of their second stint in Oakland ended in defeat when they to the Jaguars 20-16.
The Raiders lost to the Jacksonville Jaguars 20-16 in their final game in Oakland. Erik Harris, Charles Woodson and Darren Waller all reflect on the history of the Raiders and their time in Oakland.
The Raiders fell to the Chiefs, 40-9, at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City. Following the loss, players said they have to learn from their mistakes, but are proud that the team kept fighting until the end. (Heidi Fang/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Raiders wide receiver Hunter Renfrow suffered an injury to his ribs in the teams loss to the Jets. Keelan Doss and Derek Carrier are among the options to replace Renfrow as the team prepares for the Kansas City Chiefs. (Le’Andre Fox/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Raiders head coach Jon Gruden knew once he took over the team that there needed to be changes made regarding player contracts and the teams salary cap. The Raiders have since then brought in a ton of young talented players to play alongside veterans that will put all of them in a position to shine.
After emerging victorious on Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals, many of the Raiders, including one of the newest additions DJ Swearinger, spoke to the environment that the organization provides and how it becomes evident on the field. (Le’Andre Fox/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Raiders head coach Jon Gruden addressed the media ahead of the team’s short practice week before they take on the Los Angeles Chargers on Thursday.
Raiders head coach Jon Gruden announced on Monday that the team has once again released linebacker Brandon Marshall in order to activate rookie cornerback Isaiah Johnson. Gruden also discussed the injuries currently plaguing the team, his “hate” for Thursday Night Football and how it affects the team. (Le’Andre Fox/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Raiders tight end Darren Waller, wide receiver Hunter Renfrow and safety Karl Joseph react to Sunday’s victory over the Lions. (Le’Andre Fox/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
For the first time since Vontaze Burfict’s suspension was upheld by the NFL, Raiders defensive coordinator Paul Guenther spoke about the situation and was verbally unhappy with the outcome of the appeal. The Raiders signed tight end Darren Waller to an extension. (Le’Andre Fox/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Raiders wide receivers Tyrell Williams and J.J. Nelson both saw the end zone and tight end Darren Waller caught 13 passes for 134 yards in the team’s loss to the Vikings. All three discuss what the team accomplished offensively despite losing. (Heidi Fang/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
The Raiders lost to the Minnesota Vikings 14-34 on Sunday bringing the season record to 1-2. The game in Minneapolis was just the first of the Raiders road trip and they will face the Colts in Indianapolis next week. (Le’Andre Fox/Las Vegas Review Journal)
Raiders head coach Jon Gruden and quarterback Derek Carr explain what they believe are the biggest challenges the Raiders will face against their opponents on Sunday, the Minnesota Vikings. (Le’Andre Fox/Las Vegas Review Journal)
After Monday night’s victory over the Broncos, Raiders quarterback Derek Carr opened up about what tight end Darren Waller’s story meant to him and what it felt like to see him have become a big part of the win over their division rival’s in Denver. (Le’Andre Fox/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
The Raiders’ Monday Night Football victory over the Denver Broncos marked Head Coach Jon Gruden’s 100th career win as a head coach in the NFL. Gruden was pleased with the performances of Tight End Darren Waller and rookie Running Back Josh Jacobs, but realizes the Kansas City Chiefs present a tough challenge on a short week. (Le’Andre Fox/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Raiders Head Coach Jon Gruden and Quarterback Derek Carr are both ready to move on from addressing former WR Antonio Brown and maintain focus on the team after season opening victory over the Denver Broncos. (Le’Andre Fox/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Raiders Head Coach Jon Gruden and Quarterback Derek Carr speak after the team’s season opening victory over the Denver Broncos. (Le’Andre Fox/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
The Oakland Raiders finished 2018 last in the AFC West with a record of 4-12. With head coach Jon Gruden and general manager Mike Mayock attempting to steer the team into a winning season, the Review-Journal’s Heidi Fang takes a look at five players that can help propel the team toward that goal. (Heidi Fang/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Adam and Michael wrap up day 9 of Raiders Training Camp from Napa,CA before the first episode of HBO’s Hard Knocks airs.