Oakland Raiders fans sat and watched the Los Angeles Rams make another move this week.
The hints for Marquette King’s dismissal were there. Listen to Jon Gruden enough and he will drop some dimes. Like this one when media...
If you have watched Reggie McKenzie’s drafts, you know that he loves takes chances on small-school pass rushers.
With less than a month left until the draft, the time to identify draft needs for the Raiders draws close.
Although the Raiders seem to boast a full secondary, room for talented rookies exists. In that case, the 2018 draft features a talented array of defenders.
Despite numerous free agent signings, the Raiders still need to upgrade their defensive line. Here are a few names to watch for.
When the Raiders released punter Marquette King on Friday, a shockwave of surprise swept through the fanbase.
Yesterday, the Raiders announced that veteran cornerback Leon Hall had been signed. RaiderNation collectively groaned as they helped they had hoped for in younger, bigger named free agents would not be coming.
As the Raiders inch closer to the draft, how will they attempt to use picks to fill holes. As of this writing, the team still needs an infusion of talent at linebacker.
If you are a Raiders fan, you stay wary of any rules, no matter how obscure.
During the owner’s meetings, Jon Gruden mentioned his feeling about needing another receiver in the mix.
With the exception of Derek Carr, Raiders GM Reggie McKenzie struggles mightily in the second round of the draft. As a result, Oakland fails...
With less than a month until the draft, the Oakland Raiders began to put vital pieces together.
In reality, the Raiders cannot avoid the Chargers and Chiefs’ additions.
With the 2018 NFL Draft approaching, the Oakland Raiders turn their attention to choosing their rookies.