Raiders Host Texans In Home Opener

Derek Carr and the Oakland Raiders head home this weekend after a disappointing loss to the Jets last Sunday. Derek Carr shined in his debut as he went 20 of 32 for 151 yards and a pair of touchdowns. Rod Streater and Carr combined for five receptions and 46 yards including a touchdown reception. The chemistry between Carr and Streater more »

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The Oakland Raiders Release Depth Chart

On Monday the Oakland Raiders released their first depth chart of 2014 due to the August 8th preseason game against the Minnesota Vikings.  Most of the positions went as expected, but there were some glaring surprises. At weakside linebacker Sio Moore was listed in the number one spot despite Miles Burris taking most of the first-team reps thus far in more »

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Raiders Much Impoved at Quarterback and Running Back

After yet another disappointing 4-12 season in 2013, the Oakland Raiders made a lot of offseason moves in hopes of addressing at least some of their needs. Two huge areas of concern for the black and silver were quarterback and the running game. General Manager Reggie McKenzie took extra time with those issues, trading a sixth round pick to Houston more »

Read More» Joins FanCred!

Oakland, California — officially became one of the first Bay Area news agencies to join on Wednesday afternoon with an official verified account. Fancred, founded in 2012, is the fastest growing sports social networking platform allowing fans to find and share their favorite content, photos or memories related to the sport or team of their choice and interact more »

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‘The Rise Guys’ Mark Kreidler and Whitey Gleason Return

The “Rise Guys” are back—well at least two-thirds of them. Mark Kreidler and Whitey Gleason are set to begin hosting an afternoon show on ESPN 1320 AM in Sacramento starting on July 28. The show will be on the air from 2pm to 6pm. Brian Lopez, the program director at ESPN 1320 is certainly excited to have the veterans in more »

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New Raider Report: Introducing Derek Carr

This past Wednesday the Raiders announced that they signed Derek Carr to a $5.37 Million deal over the next four years. This is a far cry from what his brother, David Carr made when he was signed to the Texans over 12 years ago (7 years, $46.25M) but then again David was a first overall pick. Derek Carr was high more »

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New Raider Report: Introducing Khalil Mack

The Oakland Raiders First Round draft pick Khalil Mack officially signed with the team last Friday. Mack signed a standard four-year contract with a fifth-year option, according to Albert Breer the contract is fully guaranteed and worth $18,677,002. Most analysts had the Raiders picking up Sammy Watkins with the fifth pick in the draft, however the Bills moved up five more »

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