• Raiders place Watson on injured reserve - 09/01/2015 06:32 PM PDT
  • Raiders release Trent Richardson - 08/31/2015 07:04 PM PDT
  • 49ers offensive line a concern - 08/29/2015 11:18 PM PDT
    Raiders place Watson on injured reserve

    Right tackle Menelik Watson's season is officially over after the team placed him on injured reserve Tuesday. 
    Super Bowl 50 media day will become 'opening night' in San Jose
    Primetime event will start at 5 p.m. and end at 8, giving NFL more programming. 

    Raiders release Trent Richardson
    According to ESPN, former No. 3 overall pick is among the players cut by the Raiders ahead of Tuesday's deadline 

    Raiders: Who helped, hurt themselves against Cardinals
    Oakland's starting defense was splendid for the first 30 minutes with Khalil Mack leading the charge. 

    Raiders notebook: Team reacts to Watson's season-ending injury
    Coach Jack Del Rio confident Austin Howard will be a capable fill-in for tackle Menelik Watson, who suffered a ruptured Achilles. 

    Khalil Mack provides dominating glimpse for Raiders
    Second-year linebacker gets two sacks, forces a fumble and was an all-around terror against the Arizona Cardinals 

    Purdy: Cooper gets Raiders fans' attention
    Rookie receiver Amari Cooper has enough highlight plays to get Raiders fans excited 

    Raiders suffer costly injury in loss to Arizona Cardinals
    Right tackle Menelik Watson ruptures Achilles tendon on night where Oakland's defense shines and first-team offense falters. 

    Del Rio wants Raiders to play and stay healthy
    Oakland Raiders coach Jack Del Rio weighs his players' health against playing time in Sunday's exhibition game against the Arizona Cardinals.

    Webb, Watson take command on right side of Raiders' o-line
    Oakland Raiders still haven't settled the right side of their offensive line, but J'Marcus Webb and Menelik Watson have played well in those spots thus far. 

    Oakland Raiders motorcade angers Napa County authorities
    OAKLAND '“ Napa County authorities were fuming after Oakland police shut down busy wine country roads and used emergency lights and sirens to escort the Raiders' motorcade to the East Bay last week. 

    Raiders' second-round pick Mario Edwards calming coaching staff's nerves
    Mario Edwards never quite fulfilled expectations at Florida State, but he flashed his potential in Raiders' exhibition against Minnesota Vikings 

    Raiders' Moore unlikely to regain starting spot
    Raiders linebacker Sio Moore practiced for the first time in three weeks Wednesday, but his return to the starting lineup faces a larger uphill climb. 'I think right now he's competing to be a role player somewhere,' coach Jack Del Rio said of Moore, the team's third-leading tackler last year. 

    Live updates: Raiders vs. Cardinals in preseason, Sunday, 5 p.m.
    The Raiders take on the Arizona Cardinals Sunday at 5 p.m. and we've got all the in-game news and analysis you'll need right here. 

    Kephart: Even odds for new Raiders stadium Coliseum City development
    Despite growing pessimism about his ability to nail down a $4 billion development deal, including a new stadium for the Oakland Raiders, Floyd Kephart said he still had even odds to get the deal done. 

    Michael Dyer trying to find a spot with Raiders
    Oakland Raiders undrafted rookie running back Michael Dyer is making a push to make the roster.

    Raiders Review: Breaking down the loss to Minnesota
    Who helped themselves, and who hurt themselves, in the second NFL exhibition game 

    Raiders' Derek Carr not happy with missed connection
    Receiver Seth Roberts just missed big play when pass falls just out of reach 

    Raiders lose weather-interrupted exhibition to Vikings
    Amari Cooper and Derek Carr flash big-play potential in game that otherwise features mixed results for the Raiders.

    Live updates: Raiders vs. Vikings in preseason
    Follow the action as the Oakland Raiders face the Minnesota Vikings Saturday at 5 p.m. in preseason action. 

    Floyd Kephart submits final plan for Oakland Raiders stadium
    The odds appear long for a San Diego businessman who has been working nearly a year on a plan to build a new stadium for the Oakland Raiders and transform nearly 90 surrounding acres into major housing, office and retail complex 

    Raiders' Cooper, Heeney hope to build on good starts
    Oakland Raiders rookies Amari Cooper and Ben Heeney hope to keep improving in Saturday's exhibition game against the Minnesota Vikings.

    NFL: Many coaches are taking measures to stop 'barroom brawls' from breaking out at camp
    Skirmishes have marred some joint practice sessions, but more teams are cracking down 

    Purdy: Raiders' culture club does not admit slackers
    Regardless of how the word is used, 'culture' aptly describes a Raiders team showing a spirited competition that doesn't get out of hand 

    Raiders looking good at QB even beyond Carr
    Christian Ponder, Matt McGloin both looking solid in backup roles for Oakland. 

    Raiders' Holmes out with fractured hand
    The Raiders' wide receiver depth may be tested at the start of the season. Andre Holmes, the Raiders' leading receiver last year, has a fractured hand that will sideline him 3-4 weeks, according to a report from ESPN's Adam Schefter. 

    Ken Stabler a Pro Football Hall of Fame finalist
    Raiders quarterback legend Ken Stabler, who died July 8, has another shot at Pro Football Hall of Fame, thanks to seniors committee 

    Raiders vets score with Northern California military vets
    Willie Brown, Howie Williams and Morris Bradshaw have been through their share of pro football wars -- a big difference from experiencing a real battlefield.
    And don't think the long-retired Oakland Raiders don't know that. 

    Purdy: Adding spice to NFL's PATs
    Of all the non-sure things about this upcoming pro football season, the most non-sure thing is going to be the exact effect of the modified point-or-points-after-touchdown policy. 

    Raiders players respect NFL experience on coaching staff
    Raiders believe playing experience of Jack Del Rio and several assistants will go long way in building the team. 

    Taste-Off: The best beef jerky -- and the nastiest

    Done well, beef jerky is a protein and flavor-laden snack. Done poorly, the stuff's shoe leather. Here's the scoop on the best of the bunch -- and the nastiest.