How Did The 49ers And Raiders Do In Free Agency?The whirlwind of NFL free agency is over, and teams are looking toward a modified version of the draft. Cam Inman of the Bay Area News Group told KPIX sports director Dennis O'Donnell last night on Gameday that both teams did a solid job managing their respective rosters during the jam-packed week.
Report: Ex-Raiders Safety Karl Joseph To Sign With BrownsThe Raiders defensive overhaul in NFL free agency continued Wednesday. After reportedly adding six new players on defense, the team said goodbye to safety Karl Joesph who is set to sign with the Cleveland Browns.
Report: Raiders To Sign CB Eli AppleThe Raiders have reportedly agreed to sign cornerback Eli Apple to a one-year deal. He has three career interceptions to go along with 55 passes defended in four seasons and will likely start alongside Trayvon Mullen in the Raiders defensive backfield.
Report: Raiders to Sign Longtime Cowboys TE Jason WittenThe Raiders have agreed to a one-year deal with 11-time Pro Bowl tight end Jason Witten according to multiple reports. The contract is expected to be finalized when the NFL new year begins on Wednesday.
Report: Raiders Strike Deal With Pro Bowl LB Cory LittletonThe Las Vegas Raiders have agreed to a three-year with free agent linebacker Cory Littleton according to multiple reports.
Report: Raiders Expected To Sign QB Marcus MariotaThe Raiders could open next season in the desert with a new quarterback under center. According to the Las Vegas Review-Journal, the team will sign Marcus Mariota.
Report: LB Kwiatkoski Becomes First Las Vegas Raiders SigningNick Kwiatkoski will one day become a trivia question. The former Chicago Bears linebacker reportedly is the first player signed by the Raiders in the Las Vegas era.
49ers Vs. Chiefs: Who Do Raiders Fans Dislike Least In Super Bowl Matchup?Raiders fans and Niners fans don't usually get along. But as the Niners face the Raiders' other hated rival--the Kansas City Chiefs--who will Raiders fans root for?
Raiders Pack Up Lockers; Head To Uncertain Offseason Before Move To Las VegasThe process has become old hat in Oakland the day after the regular season ends with Raiders players packing up their lockers, having exit meetings and then leaving for the offseason.
No Playoffs As Vegas Bound Raiders Lose Final Game To Broncos, 16-15Shelby Harris knocked down Derek Carr's 2-point pass to Hunter Renfrow with 7 seconds left and the Denver Broncos put at end to the Raiders' dim playoff hopes — and to Oakland's run as an NFL city with a 16-15 win Sunday.
Raiders Star Rookie Josh Jacobs Undergoes Christmas SurgeryOakland Raiders star rookie running back Josh Jacobs has taken to social media to reveal that over the last few days he has undergone leg surgery.
Raiders Keep Playoff Hopes Alive With 24-17 Victory Over ChargersDerek Carr threw for 291 yards and a touchdown as the Oakland Raiders kept their playoff hopes alive with a 24-17 victory over the Los Angeles Chargers on Sunday.
'Can't See [Raiders] Getting Another Win,' Says CBS Sacramento’s Marshall HarrisThe Raiders, underdogs to the Chargers Sunday in Los Angeles, will leave Oakland for Las Vegas as a broken team with an uncertain future.
NFL Apologizes To Raiders Over Blown Call That Contributed To Loss Against JagsCoach Jon Gruden apologized to the fans after losing the final game in Oakland and the NFL apologized to the Raiders for a blown call that contributed to the loss.
'Black Sunday'; Raiders Fans' Last Tailgate In Oakland Spoiled By LossRaiders fans started lining up to enter the Oakland Coliseum parking lot before the sun was even up early Sunday morning. Some fans called the final Raiders tailgate in Oakland "the Black Sunday."