Wide receivers David Gilreath and RashaanVaughn, along with kicker/punter Michael Palardy, were signed by the Raiders Thursday.
A transcription from Monday’s media session with Raiders safety Charles Woodson, who was his usual honest and insightful self:
Remember wide receiver Juron Criner? Anyone? Yes, that Juron Criner, the one who burst on the scene two years ago and flashed during offseason workouts as if he was going to be the next Cris Carter. Continue Reading
Safety Charles Woodson was one of the younger players on the team the last time the Raiders played in a Super Bowl. The infusion of older, experienced players to this year’s team has Woodson dreaming big once again. Continue Reading
By Jerry McDonald
Chances are, the Raiders will spend a small portion of training camp in joint practices with the Dallas Cowboys in Oxnard, coach Dennis Allen said Monday. Continue Reading
Cornerback DJ Hayden and linebacker Kevin Burnett were among the players unable to practice for the Raiders on Monday, though coach Dennis Allen managed to get all 90 of his players to attend the voluntary session. Continue Reading
The NFL kicked off a campaign today designed to promote better working conditions among for its 32 teams. Representatives from the NFL will meet with the Raiders later this month. Continue Reading
The media are permitted to attend today’s Raiders OTA (Organized Team Activity) in Alameda, which means there will be an opportunity to see the Raiders in a full-team setting for the second time this offseason.
Afterward, coach Dennis Allen will speak with the media from the field. Inside, the media get a chance to speak with safety Charles Woodson, linebacker Sio Moore and tight end David Ausberry.
So, sit tight and follow the action, as we bring you the latest on the Raiders from the team’s year-round headquarters. Follow me on Twitter at: @corkonthenfl
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LaMarr Woodley shined for many seasons as an oversized outside linebacker for the Pittsburgh Steelers, chasing smaller and faster receivers and tight ends. Continue Reading