Latavius Murray is just as curious as Raiders fans to see what he can do in a game. No, not an exhibition game, with the starters on the sideline, perhaps. Continue Reading
Talking with reporters in Houston Thursday, star running back Arian Foster said he enjoyed the passion of the Raiders fan base.
Running back Maurice Jones-Drew, who started at running back for the Raiders against the New York Jets, missed practice Thursday but he is hopeful of returning in time for the home-opener. Continue Reading
Running back Maurice Jones-Drew, who started at running back for the Raiders against the New York Jets, isn’t at practice today. He remains sidelined with a hand injury. Continue Reading
The Raiders sold out their regular-season home-opener against the Houston Texans, so the game will be televised locally. Continue Reading
Filed for print . . .
J.J. Watt didn’t step into the NFL wearing a cape. It took him a year to slug his way out of the phone booth and become the closest thing the league has to “Superman’’ as a defensive lineman.
Running back Maurice Jones-Drew missed practice Wednesday with a hand injury and his status for the regular-season home opener against the Houston Texans is in question.
Running back Maurice Jones-Drew was conspicuous by his absence Wednesday during the media window at practice as the Raiders began preparations to face the Houston Texans.
Rookie quarterback Derek Carr accepted blame him for the Raiders offensive woes against the New York Jets. On Monday, coach Dennis Allen and several of Carr’s teammates said there’s plenty of blame to go around. Continue Reading
How the Raiders graded out in a 19-14 season-opening loss to the New York Jets at MetLife Stadium: