The Oakland Raiders are close to signing a one-year extension to remain at the Coliseum for the 2015 season.
According to reports, Del Rio could be named head coach as early as Wednesday.
The Oakland Raiders don’t have a stadium lease for 2015, meaning this Sunday’s game against the Buffalo Bills could be the last one the Silver & Black play in Oakland. Where will the Raiders be playing their home games in 2015? Los Angeles? San Antonio? No one knows for sure, leaving a lot up in the air. Count on one thing, though: Whatever happens to the team, it won’t be without controversy.
This comes after Raiders owner Mark Davis met with officials in San Antonio about a possible move earlier this year.
Branden Oliver and Philip Rivers spoiled Oakland’s fresh start to the season.
The 49ers have heard heaps of criticism for continuing to play defensive lineman Ray McDonald despite his arrest last month on domestic violence accusations. The owner or the Oakland Raiders says he’s got a solution for teams that want to protect the due process rights of players: sit them and pay them.
OAKLAND (KPIX 5) — By this time next year, the Oakland Raiders may no longer be playing at O.co Coliseum. Raiders owner Mark Davis has announced the team has no plans to extend its Coliseum […]
A proposed 10-year lease extension at O.co Coliseum by the Oakland A’s have some saying the deal would be the catalyst to drive the Raiders out of town.
Owner Mark Davis fired Oakland Raiders public relations director Zak Gilbert over the weekend. Gilbert had only been with the Raiders for a year, but when he was hired, he brought over 10 years of media relation experience to the team
Free agent Charles Woodson signed a one year contract with the Oakland Raiders that could pay the 36-year-old defensive back as much as $4.3 million, including incentives.