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Calvin Johnson Had Shocking Response to Raiders Star Wanting Him to Unretire & Play For Them

The Oakland Raiders are starting to become a team you will respect for many years to come. After a breakout season where the franchise saw it’s first winning year since 2002, Raiders front office wanted to capitalize on the success and keep the winning going. The most notable signing was, of course, former Seattle Seahawks […]

Donald Penn says slipping on play Derek Carr was injured continues to stick with him

Oakland Raiders left tackle Donald Penn can’t shake the memory of the slip he had on the play that ended with his quarterback lost for the season. According to PFT alumnus Michael Gehlken of the Las Vegas Review-Journal, Penn says the memory of his misstep on the play against the Indianapolis Colts that led to…

Raiders’ move led about 1,000 fans to seek ticket refunds

When the Raiders announced that they’re planning to move to Las Vegas in 2020, they also announced that Oakland fans who want out now can get refunds for season tickets they already purchased. About 1,000 fans took them up on that. Raiders owner Mark Davis told reporters at the league meeting today that his team…

NFL Rumors: Raiders Fans Able To Wager On NFL Games From New Stadium? Should All Teams Allow The Option? [Opinion]

The Oakland, soon-to-be Las Vegas, Raiders are going to break all kinds of barriers when they officially move to Sin City in 2020. Besides being the first NFL franchise to play in the state of Nevada, they will be located in one of only four states that legally allows sports gambling. Show More Summary

Fans will be able to place bets on their phone from inside Raiders’ Las Vegas stadium

Unless the wording in the lease changes, mobile betting will be available. The Oakland Raiders have a conditional lease agreement in place for the team’s new stadium in Las Vegas. As it stands now, the agreement will allow fans inside...Show More Summary

Marshawn Lynch leads hundreds of fans on Oakland bike tour

Marshawn Lynch came out of retirement to join his hometown team, and he’s having some fun with his hometown fans. The Raiders running back tweeted a picture of himself sitting on a bike on Friday, with the words, “2morrow at Oakland Tech, 1 o’clock.” That was all it took to get hundreds of fans to…

Marshawn Lynch led a massive bike ride in Oakland and it was awesome

Marshawn Lynch is making the most of the NFL offseason, while we wait for his return to the NFL as part of the Oakland Raiders. What better way to celebrate Oakland than a bike ride through the Bay Area with Lynch and hundreds of his...Show More Summary

Marshawn Lynch leads bike parade in Oakland

Oakland is excited about the Raiders new running back.        

Oakland Raiderettes Audition Photos

The Oakland Raiders have posted a gallery of images from their recent cheerleader auditions.  Click here to view the gallery. [...]

Metallica's James Hetfield 'A Little Pissed' at Raiders Move to Vegas

Metallica frontman James Hetfield is a huge Raiders fan -- and says he's "a little pissed" that his team is ditching Oakland for Sin City. FYI, Hetfield actively campaigned for the Raiders to stay in the Bay Area -- and publicly supported Ronnie…

Raiders sign safety Marcus McWilson

The Oakland Raiders signed yet another player that took part in their rookie mini-camp on a tryout basis. Former Kentucky safety Marcus McWilson was the fourth player to tryout for the Raiders and then receive a contract with the team. The Raiders had signed linebacker Najee Harris and defensive linemen Chris Casher and LaTroy Lewis…

Raiders sign tryout safety Marcus McWilson

The Oakland Raiders have signed undrafted free agent safety Marcus McWilson after a successful tryout at the team's rookie minicamp earlier this month        

Oakland Raiders cheerleaders collect on $1.25 million class-action settlement

The settlement was reached in 2014, but the litigants had not received payment.        

Oakland Raiders Cheerleaders Receive $1.25 Million Settlement After Three-Year Legal Battle

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A $1.25 million settlement was distributed to 90 former Oakland Raiders cheerleaders this week as part of a class-action suit for fair pay. Read more...

NFL owners want to see Vegas stadium lease at May meetings

The NFL has asked the public entity that oversees the proposed Oakland Raiders stadium in Las Vegas to attempt to approve a lease agreement before league owners meet later this month        

Oakland Raiders settle with cheerleaders over pay concerns

Oakland Raiders cheerleaders have settled with the team over back pay. (Getty) The Oakland Raiders have distributed proceeds from a $1.25 million settlement to nearly 100 women who have worked as cheerleaders for the team. The settlement arose from a class-action challenge over working conditions and pay filed by two former cheerleaders. Show More Summary

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