Former Cheerleader Lacy Fields On NFL Lawsuit: 'Roger Goodell, You're Part Of This Just As Much As The Raiders'The former Oakland Raiders & Golden State Warriors cheerleader shares her experiences in the NFL & NBA.
Rebuilding Oakland Raiders Make Surprising Top PickMike Mayock pulled off a bit of a shocker with his first pick as an NFL general manager that even surprised the player he selected.
Report: Marshawn Lynch Will Not Be Returning To Oakland Raiders Marshawn Lynch, who came out of retirement to join his hometown Oakland Raiders for the last two seasons, has decided his NFL career has come to an end.
What Do Experts Think The Raiders Should Do In NFL Draft?The Raiders will have three first-round picks to make when the NFL Draft gets starts Thursday night. Who should they select?
49ers, Raiders 2019 Preseason Opponents RevealedThe National Football League announced the preseason schedules for the Raiders, San Francisco 49ers and all teams on Tuesday.
Raiders To Stay In Oakland For 2019 After City Council Approves Coliseum LeaseThe Oakland City Council voted Thursday morning to extend the Raider's lease agreement for this season with an option for the 2020-2021 season, according to city officials.
Raiders' Coliseum Lease Agreement Approved By Alameda County SupervisorsAlameda County supervisors voted Tuesday to approve a lease agreement that would help keep the Oakland Raiders in the Coliseum for at least one more year.
Vegas-Bound Raiders Spending Big For Final Season In OaklandThe trade for Antonio Brown set them up to begin a spending spree that the Raiders hope can make them a contender in their final season in Oakland before the move to the desert.
Oakland Coliseum Authority Approves Raiders 2019 Season LeaseThe Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum Authority on Friday voted unanimously on a lease deal with the Raiders for the 2019 NFL season.
Raiders' Antonio Brown: 'Steeler Nation Is Having A Bad Day Today'Former Pittsburgh star Antonio Brown couldn't help himself, he felt compelled to take a shot at the Steelers during his introductory news conference with the Oakland Raiders.
De La Fuente: Raiders Will Pay More If Team Stays In OaklandOakland-Alameda County Coliseum Authority Commissioner and former Oakland City Councilman Ignacio De La Fuente confirmed Wednesday that the deal being considered to allow the Raiders to play at the stadium next year would have the team paying more than it did for the 2018 season.