Oakland Raiders

Open Field
The MMQB’s 2014 Predictions Extravaganza
The MMQB’s 2014 Predictions Extravaganza
Training Camp 2014
For Matt Schaub, It’s Already Third-and-Long
For Matt Schaub, It’s Already Third-and-Long
The Raiders’ new QB is doing and saying the right things, but the preseason opener left plenty of questions as to whether he’s “over” the baffling problems that ruined him in Houston
By Robert Klemko
Training Camp 2014
Raiders Report: A Curious Combination of Old, New
Raiders Report: A Curious Combination of Old, New
With vets like Justin Tuck, Lamarr Woodley and Donald Penn joining forces with exciting youngsters like Khalil Mack and possibly Derek Carr at QB, Oakland hopes it has found the right mix to end its 11-year skid of non-winning seasons
By Robert Klemko
Deep Dive
Raiders Preview: Putting the Pieces in Place
Raiders Preview: Putting the Pieces in Place
It was another busy offseason in Oakland as the Raiders brought in two new quarterbacks and a slew of defensive players. Does Dennis Allen finally have the pieces he needs to turn the corner?
By Andy Benoit
NFL 95
Stickum
Stickum
NFL 95
Adam Vinatieri’s Shoes From the Tuck Rule Game
Adam Vinatieri’s Shoes From the Tuck Rule Game
Monday Morning Quarterback
How Did I Get Here?
How Did I Get Here?
Khalil Mack went from playing one year of high school football to becoming the fifth pick in the 2014 NFL Draft. The Oakland Raiders rookie retraces his steps and dishes on teammates, his biggest motivation and the QBs on his sack list
By Khalil Mack
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Al Davis Telegram Confirming 1967 Willie Brown Trade
Al Davis Telegram Confirming 1967 Willie Brown Trade
Behind the Face Mask
A Father’s Life Lessons
A Father’s Life Lessons
We asked a dozen men in the NFL—players, coaches and executives—to share the best thing they’ve learned from their dad or an influential father figure. Here’s the wisdom that’s been passed on by mail carriers, businessmen, high school coaches, Hall of Famers, construction workers, educators and military veterans
By Robert Klemko
NFL 95
A Ticket from Christmas Eve 1994: The Day the NFL Died in L.A.
A Ticket from Christmas Eve 1994: The Day the NFL Died in L.A.
On Dec. 24, 1994, the Raiders and Rams both played their last games in L.A. The stars were out—from Marcus Allen and Jerome Bettis to Whoopi Goldberg and Kelsey Grammer—as were fans desperate to hold on. But while a sense of finality hovered in the air, no one thought the void would last two decades and counting
By Emily Kaplan