Juron Criner impressive in Oakland Raiders OTAs
Emerging from the Oakland Raiders' rebuilt group of pass-catchers, third-year wideout Juron Criner reportedly has stood out as "the best receiver on the field" of late.
32 in 32: Oakland Raiders stare into the void
With a roster full of holes, it might get worse before it gets better for coach Dennis Allen and the Oakland Raiders. Is there long-term hope for the Silver and Black? Marc Sessler explores.
Oakland Raiders' 2013 outlook dire, but hope remains for future
The Oakland Raiders haven't finished above .500 since 2002, and 2013 already looks bleak. Is there any hope for Darren McFadden and Co.? Gil Brandt explains why the future offers promise.
Josh Cribbs, Oakland Raiders strike one-year contract
Josh Cribbs signed with the Oakland Raiders, Ian Rapoport reported Wednesday. The return man later confirmed the contract and is excited for a "fresh start" after eight years with the Cleveland Browns.
Worst position groups in the NFL: Offense
Gregg Rosenthal combed all 32 NFL rosters to find what depth-chart positions look thinnest. We present the worst position groups in the NFL. Offense up first. Apologies in advance, Blaine Gabbert.
Weekend mailbag: Are Atlanta Falcons best in NFC?
Are the Atlanta Falcons the Super Bowl favorites in the NFC? Are the Miami Dolphins a threat? What the heck is going on with the Oakland Raiders? We answer these and more in our weekend mailbag.
Darren McFadden to benefit with Raiders WRs ailing?
The Oakland Raiders' receiving corps remain an injury-riddled bunch heading into Week 1 against the Oakland Raiders. That, however, could spell good things for Darren McFadden.
Raiders: Carson Palmer's job safe from Terrelle Pryor
Despite Carson Palmer's struggles, the Oakland Raiders say there's no quarterback controversy. Still, Terrelle Pryor is making it hard for the Raiders to keep him off the field.
Blaine Gabbert headlines AFC players with something to prove
There are numerous players with something to prove in 2012. Some are familiar names (like Blaine Gabbert), some are completely overlooked. Gil Brandt provides two for each AFC team.