Former Raiderette files class-action lawsuit against the team
As a proposed $1.25 million settlement for cheerleader wage theft pends approval in an Alameda County court, another class action lawsuit over pay and compensation has been filed against the Oakland Raiders by a former Raiderette.
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Raiders reportedly turned down by Louisville's Grantham
Louisville's Todd Grantham turned down a reported contract offer made by coach Jack Del Rio for defensive coordinator job.
Oakland Raiders announce hiring of four assistant coaches
New Oakland Raiders coach Jack Del Rio still looking for a defensive coordinator; former Atlanta Falcons coach Mike Smith, a candidate for the Raiders' defensive coordinator post, likely to take season off, according to ESPN.
Charles Woodson gets one-year contract extension from Raiders
Oakland Raiders' G.M. Reggie McKenzie decides to give Charles Woodson a one-year contract; the 38-year-old defensive back led the Raiders with 160 tackles in 2014.
Will sixth time be charm for Raiders great Tim Brown?
Hall of Fame finalist for the sixth time, Tim Brown, former Raiders receiver, hopes this is finally his week.
Taming Beast Mode: Our expert panel talks tackling Marshawn Lynch
Seattle Seahawks star Marshawn Lynch does not go down easily, so we sought advice from those who have tried.
Charles Woodson returning to Raiders
Veteran defensive back coming back to Oakland.
Raiders eyeing defensive coordinator from college ranks?
Raiders coach Jack Del Rio reportedly interviewing Todd Grantham of Louisville.
Raiders add assistant offensive coaches Parmalee, Moore
Oakland Raiders add Bernie Parmalee as running backs coach and Rob Moore as wide receivers coach; Jack Del Rio so far has brought back only one assistant from last year's staff -- secondary coach Marcus Robertson
Former Oakland Raider Tim Brown states his case for the Pro Football Hall of Fame
Brown says 'I probably did it the hard way'' of his career, in which he's become the NFL's fifth all-time leading receiver.
Raiders add Todd Downing to staff as quarterbacks coach
The Raiders announced the hiring of quarterbacks coach Todd Downing Friday and confirmed the addition of three other assistants who have been reported in recent days
Raiders reportedly hire Florida State assistant Sunseri
Sal Sunseri, who worked with new coach Jack Del Rio in Carolina, is reportedly leaving Florida State for the Raiders to coach the defensive line.
'DeflateGate' Q&A: Getting to bottom of Brady, Belichick, Patriots' alleged crimes
The New England Patriots have really let the air out of the buildup to Super Bowl XLIX.
Raiders pave way for Charles Woodson's return
Marcus Robertson will reportedly return to the Raiders as defensive backs coach.
Thompson: Bill Musgrave is an uninspiring hire by the Raiders
There are other offensive coordinators out there who could have created more buzz for the Raiders.
Raiders offensive coordinator Bill Musgrave will use some of Chip Kelly's plays
Bill Musgrave, the Oakland Raiders' new offensive coordinator, will integrate some of the up-tempo attack used by Philadelphia Eagles' coach Chip Kelly
Alameda County ready to support letting A's, Raider pitch Coliseum development plans
Alameda County Supervisor Nate Miley said Monday that he supported a proposal that would unite Oakland and Alameda County in working out a development plan for the 120-acre Coliseum site.
Bill Musgrave: A look at Raiders new offensive coordinator
Breaking down Bill Musgrave's NFL coaching career
Oakland Raiders hire Bill Musgrave as offensive coordinator
Musgrave, who was the Philadelphia Eagles' quarterbacks coach, was Jack Del Rio's first offensive coordinator when the new Raiders' coach was the head man in Jacksonville.
Raiders to interview Eric Mangini for defensive coordinator
Eric Mangini, the former 49ers assistant coach who interviewed for the Raiders head coaching job, will now interview with Oakland for their opening at defensive coordinator, the NFL Network reported Monday
Oakland to let A's, Raiders make stadium bids
New strategy seeks to bring teams to table and bridge divide between Oakland and Alameda County on redevelopment of Coliseum site.
Report: Raiders to interview Trestman
New Oakland Raiders coach Jack Del Rio, seeking offensive coordinator, has deposed Chicago Bears coach Marc Trestman and Philadelphia Eagles assistant Bill Musgrave on radar
Raiders close to one-year lease extension in Oakland
Agreement comes as city leaders decide whether to extend exclusive rights with a development outfit that has failed to get either the A's or Raiders on board to build new stadiums at the site of O.Co Coliseum.
Thompson: Del Rio gives Raiders credibility
Jack Del Rio is the first head coach in a long time to make you feel like the Oakland Raiders will know what they're doing.
Kawakami: Raiders put Del Rio in charge
New Oakland Raiders coach Jack Del Rio is the team's new power figure.
Jack Del Rio out to change Raiders' mindset
New Oakland Raiders coach Jack Del Rio wants to create a winning culture.
Live chat transcript: On new Raiders coach Jack Del Rio, Friday
NFL writer Steve Corkran conducted a live discussion following the introduction of Jack Del Rio as the Oakland Raiders' new coach on Friday
It's official: Del Rio is Raiders coach
Jack Del Rio officially becomes Oakland Raiders coach.
Jack Del Rio profile
New Oakland Raiders coach Jack Del Rio at a glance
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10 best new Bay Area restaurants
Looking for a terrific place to take your sweetheart? These 10 Bay Area restaurants opened within the last year -- and they delight on every front, from the Spanish dazzle of Jen Biesty's Shakewell to the savoir faire of Guillaume Bienaime's Zola and the Japanese inspiration at Michael Mina's Pabu.