In the post-draft Raiders mailbag, fans have questions about defensive improvement, possible cuts and the future of Marcus Mariota.
Ever since the Raiders plans to relocate to Las Vegas began the team’s value has been soaring like they hit MegaBucks, hundreds of times over.
Phil Villapiano sat in the Raiders war room with head coach Jon Gruden last weekend during the final rounds of the NFL Draft.
Those Raiders Nevada license plates attached to vehicles in the Silver State aren’t just for show, as a portion of the fees collected by state for those go toward charitable causes.
Odds are against most of the 10 players making the 53-man roster as rookies, but recent history suggests two or three will win a full-time job with the Raiders.
The No. 1 overall pick in the NFL draft has won the award only three times in the last 39 years: Kyler Murray in 2019, Cam Newton in 2011 and Sam Bradford in 2010.
Buffalo defensive end Malcolm Koonce, selected by the Raiders in the third round of the NFL draft, brings an elevated understanding and natural feel for the pass rush.
Casey Hayward, who twice made the Pro Bowl, reunites with defensive coordinator Gus Bradley, who coached him in four of his five seasons with the Los Angeles Chargers.
The 2022 NFL draft is still nearly a year away, but higher room rates on the Strip during the Las Vegas event hint that resorts will be seeing a surge in visitation.
Even though the 2022 NFL draft, which will be in Las Vegas, is nearly a year away, there are several mock drafts already out.
The Green Bay Packers opened as the -125 favorites Monday to retain Rodgers and the Denver Broncos were the 2-1 second choice at DraftKings sportsbook.
You say the Rocky Steps in Philadelphia. I say a Draft Experience near Caesars Forum and the Linq. You say Lower Broadway in Nashville. I say the Las Vegas Strip.
The Raiders think they made the necessary moves during the NFL draft and free agency to address the weaknesses that sabotaged their playoff hopes the past two seasons.