The years of the Raiders being a complete dumpster fire organization are now over with Mike Mayock and John Gruden at the helm.
Jason Witten isn't retiring, but he won't be playing with the Dallas Cowboys.
The Raiders came to Vontaze Burfict's defense Wednesday, with coach Jon Gruden saying he expressed his displeasure with the NFL and Derek Carr providing an impassioned defense of his teammate.
Antonio Brown never played a game for the Oakland Raiders, yet his time there will be remembered for a long time. On Saturday morning, after a crazy offseason, the Raiders released Brown six months after a high-profile trade to acquire him.
The Oakland Raiders have signed free agents DT Corey Liuget and LB Bryson Allen-Williams, the club announced Sunday.
The Raiders are trying to prevent any leaks before the draft. Could that be because they have a surprise pick planned at No. 4? Ian Rapoport reports that may be the case. Here's what other buzz we're hearing.
The Raiders have released offensive tackle Donald Penn, the team announced Saturday. The 13-year veteran had spent the last five seasons in Oakland, being named to the Pro Bowl in 2016 and '17.
In a baptism by fire as a real GM, Mayock didn't blink. Brown comes with baggage, but the move was a big victory for Mayock and Jon Gruden's rebuild.
After the negotiations with the Bills fell apart, the Steelers’ market to trade Brown was down to three teams—one of which was the Raiders. But even this deal almost didn’t make it.
The Oakland Raiders have acquired wide receiver Antonio Brown from the Pittsburgh Steelers in a trade that's being termed a boon not only for the Raiders, but also for top-of-line NFL receivers such as Amari Cooper, Tyreek Hill, Julio Jones and Michael Thomas.
Here's what we know: Antonio Brown isn't long for the Steelers. Beyond that, much is left to be decided. CBS Sports NFL Insider Jason La Canfora has said that the Steelers are expecting first-round value for Brown, who will be 31 this offseason, and ESPN's Adam Schefter reports that a deal is expected to be in place by Friday. The Raiders have been mentioned as a likely landing spot, partly because they have three first-round picks but also because they're in desperate need of a downfield playmaker. Oh, and coach Jon Gruden appears to be really fond of Brown, who remains one of the best players in the league.
The Oakland Raiders have fired general manager Reggie McKenzie, effective immediately, the team announced Monday. "We are grateful for everything Reggie has done for this organization as a player, executive and member of the Raider family," the team said in a statement, adding that the team "will immediately begin a search for a new front office executive and will have no further comment until that process is complete."
Jon Gruden is shipping another young talent out of town. The Dallas Cowboys are acquiring receiver Amari Cooper in a trade with the Oakland Raiders, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported.
The Oakland Raiders are trading fullback Jamize Olawale and a sixth-round pick to the Dallas Cowboys in exchange for a fifth-rounder, the Cowboys announced Tuesday.
NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reported the New England Patriots acquired speedy wideout Cordarrelle Patterson from the Oakland Raiders on Sunday, pending a physical.
Doug Martin landed on his feet across the country. The running back agreed to terms on a one-year deal with the Oakland Raiders, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported Thursday, per sources informed of the deal.
Decades ago, the late Raiders owner Al Davis ruminated about wanting to relocate his team to Las Vegas. And it turned out that was the one creek where he couldn’t swim upstream. Too seedy. Too much gambling. Too much mafia. Too far from the NFL’s ideals. It was too far to go for even the ultimate renegade owner, the one who once sued the NFL to kick open the door to Los Angeles, only to return to Oakland 13 years later.
The Raiders are doubling down on Jack Del Rio. The team announced Friday that they have given head coach Jack Del Rio a new four-year deal.
The Raiders have filed formally their relocation papers to move from Oakland to Las Vegas, the NFL announced Thursday. The Raiders would need approval from team owners before moving.
Derek Carr underwent surgery Tuesday and will push to return if the Raiders make the Super Bowl. However, his chances of making it back to the playing field are very slim.