With just a month until free agency opens, we check in on the Raiders wide receiver position to give it a condition of either Strong, Stable, Unstable, Serious, or Critical. Backups: Zay Jones, Marcell
During the 2019 season, there were flashes of brilliance from the Raiders’ offense. They were at their best when they could hand the ball off to Josh Jacobs or target Darren Waller in the passing game.
It’s fairly standard for contracts to have language written into them that guarantees all or part of their salary the following season three days after the previous season is done. The Super Bowl was which
If Tom Brady wants to explore his free-agent options outside of the New England Patriots, the three-time NFL MVP could have a suitor in the Las Vegas Raiders. Per ESPN's Adam Schefter, the Raiders "are
For the remainder of the season, teammates took up the celebration as a rallying cry. Special teams ace Daniel Sorensen pointed to his head after he spoiled a fake punt. Defensive end Frank Clark looks
This past season was yet another in which the Raiders’ leading receiver was a tight end. Part of that is Jon Gruden’s infatuation for tight ends, as well as Derek Carr’s knack for checking down. Heck,