Preseason football has come and gone, and the San Francisco 49ers are officially on to the regular season.
It’s no secret the 49ers have a plethora receiving corps talent this season. But with great depth, comes one unpleasant task.
The 49ers announced their 2018 preseason schedule, including a game one visit from the Cowboys, Wednesday.
A steady and solid ground game helped the Raiders beat the Chargers and lock up their first playoff berth since 2002.
Perry Riley Jr. got the Raiders’ game ball after being a defensive leader five days after joining the team, plus more.
It wasn’t pretty, but the Raiders muscled their way over the San Diego Chargers for their fourth win of the season.
Colin Kaepernick’s biggest fight during Thursday night’s 31-21 defeat of the San Diego Chargers was securing a spot on the 49ers roster.
The Chargers are making a push to build a stadium in their home market, which means the Raiders’ option to move to Los Angeles could be picked up following the 2016 season.
NFL owners voted to move the Rams to Los Angeles, with the Chargers getting second dibs at a move.
On a night with particular sentimental value, the Raiders defense made the play that mattered.
The Raiders are fresh off their bye, and sharing a few things they’ve taken away from a short period of reflection.
The AFC West is loaded, and the division should provide plenty of excitement.
The board that oversees the Oakland Coliseum approved a one-year lease extension for the Raiders.
The San Diego Chargers face a number of personnel decisions that will affect the Oakland Raiders directly and indirectly.
Oakland and Alameda County leaders expressed optimism Friday that they can keep the Raiders in Oakland.
The Oakland Raiders and San Diego Chargers announced plans to share a stadium in Southern California if both teams fail to score new stadiums in their hometowns.
Jim Harbaugh said Frank Gore is moving through concussion protocol toward playing in Saturday’s game.
When it came down to the wire Sunday, the Oakland Raiders appeared to get bolted by the officials.
O.CO COLISEUM — Raiders head coach Tony Sparano told his team to win a football game.
LEVI’S STADIUM —The 49ers finally did what they had failed to do at home: Score.