Broadcaster and Raiders Play-by-Play announcer Brent Musburger discusses the Las Vegas Raiders and the upcoming NFL draft with Review-Journal sportswriter Adam Hill.
Allegiant Stadium’s roof nears completion with the installation of the stadium’s lights
Raiders quarterback Derek Carr reacts to the team’s official rebrand to the Las Vegas Raiders after the announcement was made Wednesday afternoon.
Raiders head coach Jon Gruden said Monday that the team is excited for the move from Oakland to Las Vegas. The team will hold their offseason programs in Oakland and Napa before officially debuting as the Las Vegas Raiders next season.
While the season may not have gone as the team would have liked, the Raiders understand that they have a solid foundation for their new home. (Le’Andre Fox/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
The Raiders made changes to their active roster and practice squad including waiving safety D.J. Swearinger and moving cornerback Daryl Worley back to play safety.
Three weeks in a row the Raiders have taken a loss by a huge deficit. Sunday’s loss to the Tennessee Titans all but ends the Raiders chances of securing a wildcard spot in the AFC Playoffs in a season filled with many highs and lows.
Raiders offensive tackle Trent Brown will not play in Sunday’s game against the Tennessee Titans. Brandon Parker will be replacing him due to David Sharpe dealing with a calf injury.
Raiders quarterback Deshone Kizer moved up the depth chart Thursday replacing Mike Glennon as Derek Carr’s backup going forward. On defense the Raiders are preparing to take on the Titans’ tank of a running back in Derrick Henry.
The Tennessee Titans are ranked above the Raiders in the AFC Wildcard standings and with a win this Sunday the team will put themselves in a better position for post season play.
Raiders defensive back LaMarcus Joyner will be active on Sunday after missing a few games due to a groin injury however offensive tackle Trent Brown will be listed as questionable.
The focus this week for the Raiders is making sure not to over look the win-less Cincinnati Bengals for this Sunday’s game. Despite the Bengals record, they do have impressive players.
The Raiders are making sure to stay focused this week to avoid what would be an upset to the 0-9 Cincinnati Bengals. While the Bengals have not won a game this season Jon Gruden is making sure the Raiders do not take them lightly. (Le’Andre Fox/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
Raiders defensive coordinator Paul Guenther hopes to play cornerback Isaiah Johnson in Johnson’s first game back from IR. Quarterback Derek Carr said he is glad to have wide receiver Tyrell Williams to throw to.
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)