Oakland Raiders’ Defense Derserves a Little Love
Ed Szczepanski- USA TODAY Sports

It’s safe to say the Oakland Raiders have not had the best season so far. They’re currently 3-6 at the bottom of the AFC West. History says that the Raiders probably won’t be making the playoffs, however, they wouldn’t be where […]

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Taylor Lewan

With the NFL draft just a couple weeks away, the Oakland Raiders are narrowing their list of candidates to be draft at the No. 5 slot. Many have speculated the idea of taking a quarterback, a wide receiver and even […]

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Terrelle Pryor

  And the award for NFL General Manager of the Year goes to… Reggie McKenzie of the Oakland Raiders, for his role in trading subpar quarterback Terrelle Pryor to the Seattle Seahawks for a 2014 seventh-round pick. On Monday, McKenzie […]

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Timothy T. Ludwig-USA TODAY Sports

If you asked a hundred different people about the Oakland Raiders‘ plans for the fifth pick in next month’s draft, you’d very likely get a hundred different answers. Some think Texas A&M‘s Johnny Manziel will be the pick. Others say Clemson‘s Sammy […]

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Terrelle Pryor

For the last month, the Oakland Raiders have been searching far and wide for a trade partner willing to take quarterback Terrelle Pryor off of their hands. Well, the team appears to be done with waiting. According to ProFootballTalk, the […]

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Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

It sent a chill down the collective spine of many Oakland Raiders fans to see the team come away from their two-day meet and greet with Texas A&M star Johnny Manziel saying they were, “very impressed.” Johnny Football has been a fixture of rumors linking him […]

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Citadel v Clemson

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Jed Jacobsohn/Staff

The nooses around the necks of Oakland Raiders GM Reggie McKenzie and head coach Dennis Allen are getting tighter. And they’re undoubtedly feeling it. The directive from Mark Davis is perfectly clear — a third straight subpar campaign will not […]

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