Raiders fans have questions about the offensive line, road trips and the receivers.
Vinny has covered the Raiders extensively in the past, breaking news on their eventual move to Las Vegas and their thwarted return to Los Angeles. Before joining the Review-Journal, he covered the Rams for The Athletic and the Los Angeles Daily News.
The Raiders will open plenty of jobs to competition along the offensive line, with Alex Leatherwood being one of the biggest keys
A cousin of Raiders wide receiver Davante Adams was slain by gun fire on Tuesday.
The Raiders have signed Tyrone Wheatley Jr., the son of former Raiders running back Tyrone Wheatley, who spent last season on the Bears’ practice squad.
Raiders fans have questions about offensive line, James Bradberry and the schedule.
Bryan Edwards, a third-round pick in 2020, is being traded by the Raiders to the Falcons.
The Raiders have traded for New England Patriots backup quarterback Jarrett Stidham, who will compete for the role behind starter Derek Carr.
Veteran James Bradberry was released by the New York Giants in a salary-cap move, and the Raiders have an interest in signing the former Pro Bowl cornerback.
The Raiders are expected to move to a base 3-4 defense from the 4-3 alignment they played last season. Here is a position-by-position look at where the defensive roster stands.
With the draft in the books, Raiders fans are wondering if more help is on the way. James Bradberry, maybe?
The Raiders are bringing in a long-time Patriots scout to be their director of college scouting.
Dan Ventrelle is no longer with the team, owner Mark Davis announced Friday, but the former Raiders president said it’s because he tried to act as a whistleblower over the team’s working conditions.