Oakland Raiders release veteran Antonio Smith
The Oakland Raiders continue to shed bodies from last year's ghastly free-agency haul. The team announced Tuesday that defensive lineman Antonio Smith has been released.
Trent Richardson signs contract with Oakland Raiders
The Oakland Raiders announced Tuesday that they have signed running back Trent Richardson. The former first-round pick became available after being released by the Indianapolis Colts last week.
Maurice Jones-Drew announces his retirement
Maurice Jones-Drew has decided to walk away from the game. The nine-year running back spent eight seasons with the Jacksonville Jaguars and played last year for the Oakland Raiders.
2006 NFL Draft do-over: Reggie Bush falls to Raiders at No. 7
As the No. 2 pick, Reggie Bush was among the biggest disappointments in the 2006 draft. Where would he land if teams could do it over again? Lance Zierlein gives the draft a second try.
Reggie Bush released by Detroit Lions
Less than two years since leading Detroit's offense with a career-high 1,512 yards from scrimmage, Reggie Bush is no longer a Lion. What's next for the versatile veteran tailback?
On the bubble: 23 AFC players who could be cut
Percy Harvin and Trent Richardson are among the big-name players in danger of being released this offseason. Might Darrelle Revis join them? Chris Wesseling explores the AFC veterans on the bubble.
Post Football Therapy: Oakland Raiders
Another season, another coach, another quarterback. It's been a rough go Raiders fans, but it looks like you finally have a good, young player at quarterback and a solid new coaching staff.
24 takeaways from Wednesday at the combine
QB chatter dominated the first day of news conferences in Indy for the combine. What do Jay Gruden's remarks mean for RGIII? Will Zach Mettenberger start in Tennessee? Here's what we learned.
Randall Cobb to Browns? Identifying matches for free agents
Who wants a 24-year-old playmaker fresh off a Pro Bowl season? Randall Cobb, anyone? Elliot Harrison identifies possible landing spots for eight difference-makers set to hit free agency.
Raiders OC plans to tailor run game to Latavius Murray
Any questions about who the Oakland Raiders lead back will be in 2015 were dashed Tuesday when new offensive coordinator Bill Musgrave said he wanted to tailor the running game to Latavius Murray's skill set.
MJD on Del Rio hire: 'Great things' ahead for Raiders
Maurice Jones-Drew might not be a Raider next season, but the veteran running back still is enthused by Oakland's hiring of Jack Del Rio.
Maurice Jones-Drew: 'I want to stay in Oakland'
Maurice Jones-Drew wants to return to the Oakland Raiders for his 10th season in the NFL. Does the team want him back? The former Jaguars star had a down year with the silver and black.
Jim Irsay thanks Maurice Jones-Drew for Andrew Luck
Colts owner Jim Irsay is forever indebted to Maurice Jones-Drew. Irsay is thankful that the running back started a new era in Indianapolis.
Fantasy Breakdown: Week 16 target, touch leaders
Zach Ertz's big game in Week 16 came out of nowhere and opens a lot of questions about the tight end in 2015. Marcas Grant looks at that and more in this week's Fantasy Breakdown.
Week 15 viewer's guide
In the AFC South, the NFL's top young QB in Andrew Luck tries to take his Colts past the Texans and wrecking ball J.J. Watt. Who has the edge? This, and more in Kevin Patra's Week 15 viewer's guide.
Raiders 'curious' to see more from Latavius Murray
The world wants more Latavius Murray in our lives. The world needs more Latavius Murray in our lives. What does Oakland Raiders coach Tony Sparano think?
Raiders place Carlos Rogers (knee) on IR
The Oakland Raiders placed corner Carlos Rogers on injured reserve Saturday. The veteran signed a one-year deal in the offseason and played in seven games before a knee injury sidelined him.
Week 13 viewer's guide
Around The NFL's Kevin Patra outlines all the juicy storylines to keep an eye on in this weekend's viewer's guide. One matchup that is previewed pits NFC division leaders in Cardinals-Falcons.
Tony Sparano pumps brakes on Latavius Murray train
Latavius Murray burst on the national scene Thursday night with a huge performance on just four carries. However, Oakland Raiders coach Tony Sparano was hesitant to name Murray as the featured back.
Oakland Raiders shock Chiefs, notch first win of 2014
The Raiders notched their first win of the season with a 24-20 win over the Chiefs on "TNF." The way the players and their fans celebrated, you would've thought they clinched a playoff spot.
Oakland Raiders' Latavius Murray suffers concussion
Raiders running back Latavius Murray was electric in the first half, but Oakland had to make do without him for the rest of the game. He suffered a concussion after taking a hit from Chiefs safety Kurt Coleman.
What to watch for in Chiefs-Raiders 'TNF' game
Jamaal Charles and the Chiefs have a clear advantage on the ground against Khalil Mack and the Raiders. Find out what else to watch for in Thursday night's AFC West clash.
Like/Dislike: There's something about fantasy teams
In this Week's Like/Dislike Adam Rank reveals some Danger Zone picks for Week 10. Plus, find out why Roddy White is a good play and why Rueben Randle should stay on your bench this week.
Best of Move the Sticks' running back prototype series
In the second edition of the Move the Sticks video show Presented by New Era, Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks take a deep dive into the running back position, discussing the paramount attributes for an NFL RB in 2019. Along the way, the hosts are joined