When McKenzie was hired, the Raiders were among the NFL’s laughing stocks, with zero playoff appearances and just 45 wins over the previous nine seasons.
The Raiders’ 5-2 record could be even better with just a little more push into the pocket.
The Oakland Raiders released four-time Pro Bowl fullback Marcel Reece Monday.
Karl Joseph will get his first NFL start for the Raiders Sunday, but the defensive coordinator might not be calling the shots.
Raiders owner Mark Davis wants his general manager around another four years — and locked him down Saturday morning.
The Raiders 14th overall selection of safety Karl Joseph during the 2016 NFL Draft may have a major impact on their early prospects.
Whether it be perennial playoff contender, or underwhelming disappointment, could depend on the Raiders’ success in this year’s draft.
Raiders general manager has done well in the draft over the last two years, but now he can really prove his worth.
Prognosticating the Raiders draft moves in 2016, Sergio Portela explains why Oakland will draft heavily on defense.
Here’s a look at some players who could make an impact, and at very cap friendly prices, once week two begins.
The Raiders opted not to transition tag left tackle Donald Penn, lending to a familiar feeling of departing offensive linemen.
A solid offseason will be the difference between Raiders postseason football and lies. Damn lies.
While a few of the names included on this list won’t participate in physical combine drills, there are a few names that stand above all …
There isn’t a better metaphor for the Raiders since Reggie McKenzie came aboard than the embattled win over Denver.
Jack Del Rio and Reggie McKenzie weren’t about to give away their big board.
The Oakland Raiders’ fourth-overall pick of the 2015 NFL draft has been the topic of speculation for months.
Less than six hours into NFL free agency, the Oakland Raiders have landed some talent they believe will aid their future.
Enter combine season — a seemingly endless evaluation process of young men with big dreams and little to lose.
An attorney for two former Oakland Raiders scouts told jurors that they should award the scouts a total of more than $3 million in damages.
Veteran head coach Jack Del Rio will have a little more say than either Tony Sparano or Dennis Allen.