Raiders: Who’s In and Who’s Out in ’18?

The Oakland Raiders ended the 2017 season on a four-game losing streak. Granted, the last two games didn’t mean anything as far as the playoff race. But, with all of the chaos that is free agency, were some players looking … Continue reading Raiders: Who’s In and Who’s Out in ’18?

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Position Battles: Who’ll be the backup behind Carr this season?

When Derek Carr went down in Week 16, the hopes of a dark horse run to a Super Bowl went down with him. Matt McGloin held his own early in Week 17 against the Broncos until he suffered a similar fate by going down with a shoulder injury, turning the spotlight over to Connor Cook. With McGloin now a member of the Philadelphia Eagles, we turn to the two men who could be one play away from being the pivot in 2017. Continue reading Position Battles: Who’ll be the backup behind Carr this season?

Raiders Learn the Time Frame of their New Home

Originally reported in the Las Vegas Review-Journal, and Tweeted by Ian Rapoport, the Las Vegas Stadium Authority has released a preliminary timeline for construction of a new stadium on land purchased by the raiders for $77.5 million on May 1. The stadium authority board is expected to discuss the timeline during a scheduled Thursday meeting at the Clark County Government Center. Continue reading Raiders Learn the Time Frame of their New Home

The Raiders’ schedule is looking good right about now

When the Oakland Raiders’ 2017 schedule was released last Thursday, the team knew they had mixed luck because of games against the AFC East and NFC East, along with the fame one in Mexico City. However, the calendar left a couple extra blessings that could lead to another dominant season. Continue reading The Raiders’ schedule is looking good right about now