The Oakland Raiders have released Matt Schaub less than one year after acquiring him to be their starting quarterback.
Despite missing out on some of the biggest names on the open market like Ndamukong Suh and DeMarco Murray, Oakland Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie is happy with how the first week of free agency went.
The Oakland Raiders signed free agent cornerback James Dockery on Friday.
The Oakland Raiders opened free agency by agreeing to contracts with former Super Bowl MVP Malcolm Smith and blocking tight end Lee Smith.
Former UCLA running back Maurice Jones-Drew, who played much of his NFL career for the Jacksonville Jaguars, announced his retirement from the Oakland Raiders on Thursday.
The Oakland Raiders will release safety Tyvon Branch before the start of the new league year next month.
Los Angeles is the hottest market for new stadiums in the country — and the NFL teams that could come with them — but the possibility that three teams will kick off in the region is a football fantasy, experts say.
The Oakland Raiders signed pending free-agent safety Charles Woodson to a one-year contract extension on Monday, bringing him back for an 18th season in the NFL.
Jack Del Rio picked the same offensive coordinator to start his tenure in Oakland as he did more than a decade ago in Jacksonville.
The Oakland Raiders hired Denver defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio as their new head coach on Wednesday in hopes that the Bay Area native who grew up cheering for the Raiders can return the team to its glory days.
Denver defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio will be the first candidate to have a second interview with the Oakland Raiders for their head coaching job as the two-week search could be nearing a conclusion.
The Oakland Raiders interviewed Denver Broncos defensive coordinator Jack Del Rio for their head coaching vacancy on Saturday.
The Oakland Raiders head into another long offseason with questions about who will coach the team and who will pick the players for next season.
Tony Sparano won over the locker room and changed the mindset of the Oakland Raiders in 12 games as interim coach.
Charles Woodson is 38 and beat up from a long season. Still, he hopes to return for an 18th season — if the Oakland Raiders will have him, of course.