The Oakland Raiders and Dallas Cowboys will participate in two joint training camp practices this summer.
Tyvon Branch has gone from being one of the most experienced members of the Oakland Raiders defense to one of the unproven ones after missing almost an entire season with an injury.
Even at age 37, Charles Woodson is feeling a bit younger in his second season back with the Oakland Raiders.
The Oakland Raiders found the pass rusher they wanted when they selected Buffalo linebacker Khalil Mack with the fifth overall pick in the NFL draft Thursday night.
For a general manager who preaches building through the draft, Reggie McKenzie has struggled to find impact players his first two years in Oakland.
The new members of the Oakland Raiders have heard all the outside critiques: They are too old, past their primes and far removed from their Pro Bowl years.
Free agent running back Maurice Jones-Drew is coming back home to Oakland after signing a three-year contract with the Raiders on Friday.
The Raiders want a new stadium and if something doesn’t happen soon, they might be leaving Oakland. Owner Mark Davis said this week that he wants to stay in the city where his team has been since 1995, but he needs to see some progress as far as stadium planning goes.
A member of the Oakland Raiders ‘Raiderettes’ cheer squad is suing the team for allegedly violating state laws and short-changing its cheerleaders.
A former NFL player and a businessman have formed a friendship after teens ransacked their respective homes last year.
Dennis Allen met with the Oakland Raiders players as a team and individually and talked about his vision for turning the franchise around after a second straight four-win season.
There is a lot going on in the NFL lately, and it includes two retirements of long-time players that have stepped away from the game very suddenly. Meanwhile, a playoff contender got a big scare this week and the Detroit Lions looked to a different sport for some speedy talent.
For an organization seeking to rebuild through the draft, the Oakland Raiders have struggled to find impact players in the first two drafts under general manager Reggie McKenzie.
Terrelle Pryor backed off comments his agent made accusing the Oakland Raiders of putting him in a position to fail by putting him back in the starting lineup for Sunday’s season finale against Denver.
Terrelle Pryor will start at quarterback for the Oakland Raiders on Sunday, replacing Matt McGloin for the final regular-season game against the Denver Broncos.