Raiders Player Cleared After Actions Towards Police K-9 Deemed Not MaliciousPennsylvania authorities say Oakland Raiders linebacker Ray-Ray Armstrong did not act maliciously when he confronted a police dog just before the start of a Nov. 8 game in Pittsburgh against the Steelers.
Raiders Linebacker Facing Charges For Taunting Police K-9An Oakland Raiders linebacker is being investigated to determine whether or not he illegally taunted a police K-9 before the Raiders played the Steelers in Pittsburgh last Sunday.
Former Raiders Defensive End Convicted In Murders Of 3 MenFormer Raiders defensive end Anthony Wayne Smith was convicted Thursday of the murders of three people, and a mistrial was declared on a fourth charge stemming from the 2008 shooting death of another man.
6 Reasons The Raiders Will Make The Playoffs This YearLed by the young trio of Derek Carr, Amari Cooper and Latavius Murray, the Raiders have a competent offense and a solid defense that has them contending for a playoff spot for the first time in years.
St. Louis, San Diego, Oakland To Make Stadium Presentations To NFL Team OwnersRepresentatives of the cities of St. Louis, San Diego and Oakland will make presentations to a joint meeting in New York next week, NFL officials said Tuesday.
Raiders Owner Mark Davis Attends Oakland Town Hall MeetingMany football fans remained on edge Friday over which NFL team will be granted permission to move to Los Angeles.
San Diego Fans Heated Over Chargers' Possible Move To LAHundreds of Chargers fans gathered in downtown San Diego on Wednesday night in order to sound off on the plan to move the team from San Diego to Los Angeles.
Fans To Get Chance To React To NFL Relocation Plans At Public Hearing A crowd of angry Chargers fans are among those expected to be on hand for a public hearing on efforts to relocate at least one NFL team to the Southland.
Bears Late Field Goal Dooms RaidersJay Cutler and Robbie Gould brought coach John Fox his first win in Chicago just in time.
Warren Sapp Takes Plea Deal In Domestic Battery CaseHall of Famer Warren Sapp took a plea deal Thursday that spares him jail time in a Las Vegas criminal case involving a scuffle with his former girlfriend that began after margaritas at a casino hotel swimming pool.
Raiders Beat Browns To Improve To 2-1Derek Carr and the Raiders finally went on a road trip worth remembering.
NFL Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month The National Football League will celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with a series of special events set to take place during Week 3 of the regular season.