Raiders' Jackson Fined $30K For Contact With Game OfficialOakland Raiders guard Gabe Jackson was fined $30,387 by the NFL on Friday for making contact with an official during the Raiders' victory over the Denver Broncos last weekend.
Raiders' Offensive Lineman Gabe Jackson Agrees to $56 Million, 5-Year DealThe Oakland Raiders have locked up another member of their stellar 2014 draft class, agreeing to a five-year extension to keep guard Gabe Jackson under contract through the 2022 season.
Injury Report: Extra Rest Has Helped Raiders Get Healthier, Sort OfIt's been more than a week since the Oakland Raiders beat the Kansas City Chiefs on Thursday Night Football, and that time has been a benefit to the walking wounded on the Silver & Black roster. But there are still some areas of concern the team must address as they head into Sunday's game at St. Louis against an underrated Rams squad. The true question is whether the Raiders can build on the victory momentum and earn another win in 2014.
Injury Report: Short Week Does Raiders No FavorsThe Oakland Raiders have a short turnaround this week between their Sunday loss in San Diego and their Thursday night matchup against the Kansas City Chiefs at the Coliseum. That means not a lot of healing time—both for those who played against the Chargers and those who did not.
Injury Report: Raiders Short-Handed Again For Matchup In San DiegoIt never seems to end for the 2014 Oakland Raiders: They always have a ton of players on the official injury report each week. That's not the primary reason the Silver & Black can't win a game, of course, but it's been a consistent theme this year for the last winless team in the NFL.
Injury Report: Raiders Still Banged Up And Bruised In Week 10Not much changes for the Oakland Raiders these days: They keep losing games, and they can't get healthy, either. With their talent level, the Silver & Black can ill afford to be injured. But now the last winless team in the NFL faces the high-scoring Denver Broncos at home, and the roster is banged up and bruised still.
Team Grades: Raiders' Valiant Effort Comes Up Just ShortThe Oakland Raiders were driving for the tying touchdown against the New England Patriots on the road late in the fourth quarter when disaster struck: a deflected interception ended the game with the Raiders coming up short, 16-9. The defense did its job for once; the offense did not.