“I don’t get cold.”
Raiders Fans Welcome New Season At O.co Coliseum; Team Looks For Improvement In Preseason Clash Vs. Lions
Two days of practice in front of boisterous Raiders supporters gave Oakland’s newcomers a taste of the passion of the fan base.
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 […]
(KPIX 5) — The Raiders are in Oxnard practicing with the Dallas Cowboys. Anywhere the Raiders travel the stadium rumors follow like a dark shadow. One month ago it was San Antonio. Today it’s Los […]
The Oakland Raiders have recently been in discussions with San Antonio officials for a possible move to the Alamo City.
Discarded or unwanted by their former teams, players with a history of success in the NFL talked about the motivation of having a “chip on the shoulder” when they arrived in Oakland.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell was in Santa Clara for the ribbon cutting ceremony at Levi’s stadium, where he suggested the Raiders might share the new stadium with the 49ers.
The Oakland City Council approved a lease agreement for the Oakland Athletics to stay at the O.Co Coliseum Wednesday night, but the team expressed disappointment after city leaders made several adjustments to the deal.
Forbes is out with its list of “The World’s 50 Most Valuable Sports Franchises,” including such perennial NFL bottom-dwellers as the Browns, Vikings, Dolphins and Bills. Heck, pretty much every team in the league made the list, but not the Raiders.
The A’s have been in turbulent talks for weeks with Oakland and Alameda County officials over a new 10-year-lease at the aging O.Co Coliseum, but that may be moot if Raiders representatives can push through a plan to tear down the stadium and get a new NFL venue built in half that time.