Latest NFL News
- Raiders GM McKenzie Happy With 1st Week Acquisitions 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.
- Raiders Sign Free Agent QB Ponder, Former Panther CB Dockery The Oakland Raiders signed free agent cornerback James Dockery on Friday.
- Downtown San Diego Stadium For Chargers Gets Cold Shoulder An advisory group appointed by Mayor Kevin Faulconer has decided that the best site for a new stadium for the Chargers is at the site of their current stadium in Mission Valley, not downtown.
- Raiders Agree To Deals With LB Malcolm Smith, TE Lee Smith The Oakland Raiders opened free agency by agreeing to contracts with former Super Bowl MVP Malcolm Smith and blocking tight end Lee Smith.
- AEG Withdraws Plan To Build NFL Stadium In Downtown LA AEG, whose downtown plans were once considered the frontrunner for the NFL's return to Los Angeles, has withdrawn its plans to build a stadium.
- Former UCLA Running Back Jones-Drew Retires From NFL 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.
- Forum At Qualcomm Discusses Future Of Chargers In San Diego A public forum took place at Qualcomm Stadium in Mission Valley in relation to the future of the San Diego Chargers and their stadium.
- NFL Salary Cap Increases $10 Million To Top $143 Million The NFL's salary cap is going up $10 million to $143.28 million for the 2015 season.
- Three NFL teams In Los Angeles? Not Viable, Experts Say 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.
- LA NFL Stadium Developer Donates Over $100K To Local Officials The company that is moving quickly on a plan to build a stadium that could host a Southern California NFL team has given more than $118,000 in campaign contributions to officials in the city where it would be located.