The issue of relocation has divided Raider Nation since the decision was finalized, this is nothing new. However, the reality is now hitting home, where will the Raiders play meanwhile until their new home is ready? An article recently in … Continue reading Where’s The Silver and Black To Call Home Next Year?
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
The 2017 season for the Oakland Raiders officially came to a depressing close as they lost their last four games. It didn’t take long to find some renewed excitement regarding the team’s off-season and future into 2018 and beyond. “Grumors” This … Continue reading Raiders: Lucky to get “Chucky”?
This 2017 season for the Oakland Raiders has been full of concerning headlines. Quietly beneath the finger-pointing people are ignoring the performance of Derek Carr without relation to the other puzzling issues within the offense. Is it time to hit … Continue reading Will Derek Carr be the Las Vegas Raiders Starting Quarterback?
It would be a huge disservice if I didn’t immediately address the elephant in the room: Relocation. It became even more real when NFL and Oakland Raiders brass convened in Las Vegas Monday for the stadium’s groundbreaking ceremony. I’ll be … Continue reading Ray-Dar: Quick Slants from the Raiders’ Bye Week
Clark County Unanimously Green lights Las Vegas Stadium plan.
Clark County has weighed in and has unanimously passed the Las Vegas Stadium zoning permit application. Continue reading Clark County Unanimously Green lights Las Vegas Stadium plan
The NFL Pre-Season officially kicked off this past week; the first taste of real football to trigger the fans around the world into a frenzy. For the next three weeks, the media coverage will tap into their crystal ball of power rankings, win-loss predictions and forecasting individual performance award nominees. It is nearly impossible for Raider Nation to resist after years of pre-season prediction coverage delegated to failures.
Now should we “sip the kool-aid” of Super Bowl contender status? Before you settle on that matter, take a look at a parallel I have noticed between the upcoming 2017 Oakland Raiders and the 2009 New Orleans who went on to win a Super Bowl contender. Continue reading Parallels: The 2017 Raiders and 2009 Saints
If you were a fan of the TV show “Lost” then you should be familiar with the term and episode titled “The Constant.” It refers to something in your life that can ground you. Something that can help you realize what’s important in life and what’s not. For Raiders’ fans, we’re in need of knowing our “Constant” during this time. Continue reading In difficult times, a “Constant” is needed
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 Oakland Raiders and general manager Reggie McKenzie have moved fast to stockpile on undrafted players, one of these players is former Rutgers’ star safety Anthony Cioffi.
RaiderRamble.com was recently able to ask Cioffi some questions and got to know him a little better as he begins to live out his dream of playing in the NFL. Continue reading RaiderRamble.com Interview: Raiders’ Anthony Cioffi