As it stands now per Gilbert Manzano of the Las Vegas Review-Journal, the long-time voice of the Oakland Raiders, Greg Papa, is on his way out. Papa has served as the play-by-play radio voice of the Raiders since the 1993 season.
Taking over for Papa will be Brent Musburger as he signed a three-year contract which will start this season. Continue reading Oakland Raiders usher in new era with Brent Musburger
In the three seasons Gruden and Gannon shared together, Gannon threw for over 10,000 yards, 79 touchdown passes and Oakland made the playoffs each year with this duo. Prior to joining the Raiders, Gannon’s top season was less than stellar as he only managed 2,305 yards through the air with ten touchdown tosses and six interceptions.
With a tough-love coaching style, Gruden was able to help lead Gannon on the path of his most productive years in the NFL. Now, Gruden will oversee an offensive attack that already boasts an MVP-caliber quarterback in Carr. Continue reading Derek Carr and Jon Gruden “off to a terrific start”
As the rumors of Jon Gruden making a return to coaching continue to dominate NFL discussions, there is more fuel being added to the fire. Jerry McDonald of the Bay Area News Group reports that Gruden informed over the phone … Continue reading Jon Gruden Confirms Interest in Raiders Head Coaching Vacancy
For back to back years the Oakland Raiders have done their homework when it comes to scouting players and they have made the most with their recent draft picks in quarterback Derek Carr and linebacker/defensive end Khalil Mack in 2014 and 2015 by adding wide receiver Amari Cooper. Continue reading Four Raiders Ranked Among ESPN’S Top 100 NFL Players List