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Know the Enemy Daily Links 5/28: Philip Rivers more "approachable" than Peyton Manning?

AFC West Denver Broncos Manning & Co.'s message to Demaryius Thomas: We want you back - Mile High ReportWhile No. 88 holds out until he has a contract, his quarterback and fellow teammates just want him to know they understand it's business...and that they miss him. Orlando Franklin says Phillip Rivers is more "approachable" than Peyton Manning - Mile High ReportWill this add some more fire to the Broncos/Chargers rivalry? San Diego Chargers San Diego and the Chargers Prepare for Negotiations - Bolts From The Blue It was announced on Tuesday evening that the Chargers and San Diego...

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Baltimore Sun May 27, 2015

Raiders sign former all-state Dunbar linebacker Horace Miller

The Oakland Raiders have signed former standout Dunbar outside linebacker Horace Miller.

Raiders QB Christian Ponder making the most of practice reps and understands he’ll step aside when Derek Carr returns

ALAMEDA _ Christian Ponder has talked football, family and faith with Derek Carr since joining the Raiders as an unrestricted free agent. What Ponder has yet to discuss with Carr is how fleeting fame can be as a starting quarterback… Continue Reading →

Raiders policy on off-season injury issues means no clarification on QB Derek Carr

Playing catch up after spending Tuesday and Wednesday at the NFL owner’s meetings: — No reason to fret about the absence of quarterback Derek Carr in May, even with an ESPN report suggesting the Raiders’ second-year quarterback may require surgery… Continue Reading →

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell says there’s no deadline, but stresses Oakland needs plan to keep Raiders

SAN FRANCISCO _ NFL commissioner Roger Goodell Wednesday echoed the sentiments of Raiders owner Mark Davis with regard to the city of Oakland and Alameda County’s efforts to keep the team at its present site with a new stadium. “We… Continue Reading →

NFL exec Eric Grubman sounds as if he’s skeptical of Oakland’s ability to put offer on table to keep Raiders

Eric Grubman, the NFL executive vice president who oversees league affairs with regard to franchise retention and the Los Angeles opportunity, is still waiting for the city of Oakland and Alameda County to step up to the plate with an… Continue Reading →

Raiders owner Mark Davis reiterates desire to keep team in Oakland, but will prepare for alternative

Not a lot new in the Raiders “stay or go” saga as it played out Tuesday at the NFL owners spring meeting at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel. Raiders owner Mark Davis made sure to stop in the lobby to talk with… Continue Reading →

NFL moves extra-point attempts back 13 yards

The next time Sebastian Janikowski lines up for an extra point, barring penalties, it will be from the 33-yard line. NFL ownership voted 30-2 for moving the extra-point attempt from the 2-yard line to the 15-yard line, putting at least… Continue Reading →

Derek Carr doesn’t participate at first Raiders OTA

Quarterback Derek Carr was a spectator at the Raiders’ first organized team activity on Tuesday. Carr wore a jersey and a baseball cap and was on the field, but didn’t join in for team or individual workouts. It’s unclear what,… Continue Reading →

Raiders fans protest outside NFL meetings in S.F.

Raiders fans including Dr. Death (No. 26) protest outside the NFL meetings in San Francisco. (Photo by Eric Branch) The National Football League is holding spring meetings in downtown San Francisco today and Wednesday, and one of the subjects is the race to move to Los Angeles, with the Raiders and San Diego Chargers planning a stadium in Carson and the St. Louis Rams offering a separate plan to build at the site of the old Hollywood Park racetrack in Inglewood. A small group of keep-the-Raiders-in-Oakland supporters showed up outside the hotel to protest the threatened move, which could take...

Former 49ers exec Carmen Policy, who tried to keep Raiders in L.A. 20 years ago, working to send them back

SAN FRANCISCO _ Twenty years after attempting to broker a deal that would keep the Raiders in Southern California, Carmen Policy is working for a group intent on sending them back. Policy, along with Carolina owner Jerry Richardson and Denver… Continue Reading →
Baltimore Sun May 18, 2015

Chargers, Raiders add heavy hitter Carmen Policy to Carson stadium bid

In a move that adds muscle to their joint pursuit of a football stadium in Carson, the San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders have hired a heavyweight in the world of NFL politics.
Florida Times-Union May 18, 2015
Raiders & former Jaguars coach Jack Del Rio says Patriots' penalty too harsh

Raiders & former Jaguars coach Jack Del Rio says Patriots' penalty too harsh

LOS ANGELES | Oakland Raiders coach Jack Del Rio is not a fan of the discipline handed down against the New England Patriots and quarterback Tom Brady in the “Deflategate” scandal, likening it to the heavy sanctions received by his alma mater, Southern Cal, in the NCAA’s Reggie Bush investigation. read more

Raiders sign six from minicamp tryouts, waive five

Raiders press release . . . The Oakland Raiders have signed the following six undrafted free agents following their participation in the team’s rookie mini-camp on a tryout basis, the club announced Monday. Player Pos. Ht. Wt. Exp. College Bell,… Continue Reading →

Raiders 2nd-round pick Mario Edwards Jr. is out to justify the faith organization had in him

Filed for print . . . Day 1 of the Raiders rookie mini-camp brought with it the first opportunity for Mario Edwards Jr. to provide validation for the organization that didn’t listen to the critics. “They believed in me and… Continue Reading →

Raiders Player News

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    Derek Carr

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  • Michael Crabtree

    Michael Crabtree

    Report: Raiders to release WR James Jones

  • Mario Edwards Jr.

    Mario Edwards Jr.

    Raiders 2nd-round pick Mario Edwards Jr. is out to justify the faith organization had in him

  • Justin Tuck

    Justin Tuck

    Justin Tuck says rookie Mario Edwards has been "Bright-eyed, bushy tailed...energetic"

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