A little behind subbing for Steve . . . more later . .
While there was determination Friday on whether Carson Palmer would start for the Raiders at quarterback against the Kansas City Chiefs, coach Hue Jackson had another dilemma on his hands _ the status of place kicker Sebastian Janikowski.
Amid Twitter reports from the NFL Network’s Jason LaCanfora and ESPN’s Adam Schefter the Raiders were looking at place kickers, Sebastian Janikowski was moving very slowly and operating the JUGS machine during kickoff drills.
Coach Hue Jackson says things are changing around here these days. Look no further than the Raiders penchant for blitzing the past two games for overwhelming evidence to support that statement. Continue Reading
The Raiders are relatively healthy for it being six games into the season. Even so, they still are without a handful of players as they near their game against the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday. Continue Reading
Raiders coach Hue Jackson wants his players to understand that they are here to win a Super Bowl title, period. And nothing is going to prevent Jackson from doing whatever it takes to make sure the team keeps moving toward that goal. Continue Reading
Recently acquired quarterback Carson Palmer is on the field with the rest of his new teammates, alternating snaps with Kyle Boller with the first-team offense. Continue Reading
The Raiders freed up a spot on the 53-man roster for quarterback Carson Palmer by placing veteran defensive end Matt Shaughnessy on the injured-reserve list. Continue Reading
Raiders offensive coordinator Al Saunders spoke with a Kansas City radio station Wednesday morning. Among the interesting tidbits, Saunders hinted that Carson Palmer might start against the Chiefs on Sunday. Continue Reading
Raiders coach Hue Jackson talked about what a whirlwind 12 or 13 hours it was before his team secured a trade for veteran quarterback Carson Palmer. Imagine what the past 48 hours has been like for quarterback Jason Campbell. Continue Reading
Here’s the transcript of an interview conducted by former Raiders quarterback Rich Gannon with Raiders defensive tackle Richard Seymour today on SiriusXM NFL Radio: Continue Reading