Taking a look at the Oakland Raiders roster from the perspective of player contracts. Who can get cut, who can’t and who might get an extension?
- Raiders contract review: Cost of cuts, impending free agents and more
- One name stands out above the rest for the new Raiders coaching hires
- Key takeaways from a media call with the new coordinators
- The offseason must focus on the defensive side of the ball
- How Jon Gruden could end up saving Reggie McKenzie's job
- Yes, the Raiders were right to move on from Latavius Murray
- Raiders won't have a high flying vertical offense under Jon Gruden
The Raiders announced a number of new coaching hires on Thursday but one name stands out above the rest as the mos impressive hire.
Taking a look at some key takeaways from conference calls the media had with new Raiders coordinators Paul Guenther and Greg Olson.
Taking a look back at my game by game predictions for the Oakland Raiders 2017 season to see if my prediction record would be better than the team’s record.
The Oakland Raiders have to focus their attention on the defensive side of the ball this offseason and give the unit the overhaul it needs.
Why new Oakland Raiders head coach Jon Gruden could be the best thing to happen to general manager Reggie McKenzie and his draft picks.
Despite the success of Latavius Murray’s new team, the Oakland Raiders were right to move on from him last offseason. They simply need better at RB than he can offer.
Fans shouldn’t expect a return to the vertical offense under new Oakland Raiders head coach Jon Gruden, but they should still be excited about the offense.
Among the many tasks ahead for Jon Gruden, one of the most important is helping Derek Carr find a way to beat teams in the AFC West.