Oakland Raiders


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  1. Raiders owner on Jon Gruden hire: It's 'a big f-ing deal'
    The Commitment to Excellence returned to Oakland. "Once a Raider, always a Raider. Never been more appropriate than today," Mark Davis proclaimed Tuesday as he announced the hiring of coach Jon Gruden.
  2. Penn: Jon Gruden to Raiders like Steve Kerr to Warriors
    Donald Penn believes his old head coach in Tampa Bay, Jon Gruden, will be able to turn the 6-10 Oakland Raiders into a Super Bowl contender sooner rather than later.
  3. Raiders preparing 10-year, $100M deal for Gruden
    Raiders owner Mark Davis is poised to commit to Jon Gruden for the next decade and pay a mountain of money. Rapoport reported the Raiders are preparing a 10-year, $100M contract for Gruden.
  4. Raiders plan to introduce Jon Gruden as coach Tuesday
    After years of speculation, it looks like Jon Gruden is transitioning from the broadcast booth to the sideline. The Raiders are planning to introduce him as their next head coach on Tuesday.
  5. Fritz Pollard Alliance says Raiders fulfilled Rooney Rule
    If the Oakland Raiders are determined to reunite with Monday Night Football analyst Jon Gruden as their next head coach, there are no league rules standing in their way.
  6. Raiders planning to pursue Jon Gruden if available
    As Black Monday creeps ever closer, the Oakland Raiders are bracing to move on from third-year coach Jack Del Rio -- but only if one replacement becomes available.
  7. Who's safe? Who's out? AFC coaches on hot seat
    Is Mike Mularkey in trouble even if Tennessee makes the postseason? Will Jimmy Haslem keep his word and keep Hue Jackson in Cleveland? Ian Rapoport looks at AFC coaching staffs in flux.
  8. Jack Del Rio: Raiders underperformed offensively in '17
    The Raiders offense has been lost this season under first-year coordinator Todd Downing. On Wednesday, Jack Del Rio admitted the apparent: The Raiders' production cratered after the OC switch.
  9. Derek Carr on fumble out of end zone: I'd try it again
    Derek Carr fumbled away the Oakland Raiders' chances to remain relevant in the AFC playoff race last week, but the quarterback doesn't regret his decision to try to score a touchdown.
  10. Marshawn Lynch fined $24,309 for actions toward ref
    The NFL fined Oakland Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch $24,309 for his actions toward a game official near the end of last week's loss to the Dallas Cowboys.
  11. Derek Carr: Crabtree is 'juiced and ready to play'
    Raiders receiver Michael Crabtree returns this week after serving a one-game suspension. Derek Carr is thrilled to have one of his offensive weapons back in time to face the Chiefs Sunday.
  12. Del Rio: WRs need to step up with Cooper, Crabtree out
    The Oakland Raiders' offense will be behind Sunday when they clash with the Giants. Without Amari Cooper and Michael Crabtree, Derek Carr will rely on a supporting cast of receivers to step up.
  13. Raiders OL Gabe Jackson fined for contact with official
    Oakland Raiders offensive lineman Gabe Jackson was not suspended for his role in the brawl with the Broncos on Sunday, but he was fined, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported.
  14. Talib, Crabtree have suspensions reduced to one game
    Aqib Talib and Michael Crabtree both had their suspensions reduced from two games to one game following separate appeals on Tuesday, NFL Network's Mike Garafolo reported.
  15. Veteran RB Darren McFadden retiring after 10 seasons
    Two days after being released by the Cowboys, Darren McFadden announced he is retiring from football. McFadden spent three seasons in Dallas after playing seven seasons with the Raiders.