The first big splash the Oakland Raiders made this offseason in free agency was to sign former New England Patriots’ left tackle, Trent Brown. Receiving a four year 66 million dollar contract which is the most lucrative in NFL history … Continue reading Top Offensive Line Prospects for the Raiders in the 2019 Draft
The scenarios and simulations are running amuck as we approach the annual extravaganza known as the NFL Draft. The Oakland Raiders own four picks in the top 35 that can assist with turning a moribund franchise around.
Now, this mock is vastly different from the seven-round version the Ramble put out this past weekend.
Let’s be clear: This one is satire. Plain and simple. Continue reading “Mock” Draft: A satirical 7-round look
With the NFL Draft quickly approaching, here at the Raider Ramble we’re spotlighting college players who hope to suit up for an NFL team this season and in particular, the Oakland Raiders. Today’s spotlight is on CB Tatum Slack from … Continue reading Ramble Prospect Spotlight: Tatum Slack
In four (short or long) weeks, the spectacle of the NFL Draft descends upon us. (So, does the release of Avengers: Endgame and Days Gone, but I digress). Oakland Raiders head coach Jon Gruden and his chosen general manager Mike Mayock have meticulously navigated free agency and the additions should allow the Silver & Black to be surgical April 25-27. Continue reading Raiders 2019 Mock Draft 1.0: Tricks of the trade
Unlike general manager Mike Mayock, Jon Gruden is more than happy to share the Oakland Raiders draft approach come April. Continue reading Gruden loves to troll, but he drops jewels too
While the majority of Jon Gruden’s conversations on Tuesday were lighthearted and full of smiles, laughter and the patented trolling, when the Oakland Raiders head honcho’s face changed, and his tone entered the realm of seriousness, it was time to listen up. Continue reading Gruden doesn’t mince word about defense
The Raiders have a plan and it shows in the second wave of free agency. Continue reading Raiders Maneuver 2nd Wave of Free Agency Sharply
Everyone knew that the Oakland Raiders would be active in free agency, but the most important move in Jon Gruden’s second at-bat was yet another trade. This acquisition should have returns in the same calendar year, which is probably a … Continue reading How the Antonio Brown trade refocused the Raiders long term future
Pauly G is smiling right now. He finally got some reinforcements. While the initial wave of the free agency frenzy focused on Jon Gruden’s specialty – offense – the Oakland Raiders focused on the other side of the ball this … Continue reading Raiders get defensive — Finally
Raiders could target sleepers no one is talking about in the 2019 NFL Draft. Continue reading Raiders Sleeper Draft Targets