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Long snapper Travis Tripucka meeting with Raiders
Jon Condo's concussion and Travis Goethel's ineffectiveness have pressed the Raiders to find depth at long snapper. Former UMass long snapper Travis Tripucka tweeted he's headed to Oakland.
Week 1: Highest scoring kickoff week in NFL history
Offenses around the league celebrated and dominated throughout the NFL season's opening week. Gregg Rosenthal takes a look at the details and tries to explain why it happened.
Travis Goethel's poor snaps doom Oakland Raiders
If you told Travis Goethel he'd play a key role in the Oakland Raiders' season opener, he'd probably be thrilled. Unfortunately, it was the bad kind of "key role" for the linebacker-turned-long snapper.
Oakland Raiders' miscues benefit San Diego Chargers
The San Diego Chargers and Philip Rivers were the beneficiaries of the Oakland Raiders' sloppy play Monday night. Special teams coaches across America had to avert their gazes.
David Ausberry competes for new Oakland Raiders
David Ausberry is competing to become the Oakland Raiders' featured tight end, but TE isn't the only position up for grabs. The entire organization will have a new look when the season starts.
Raiders' Dennis Allen has lots of problems to fix
The Raiders have plenty of problems for Dennis Allen to try and fix. The spotlight rests squarely on Allen this season making him the man under the most pressure in Oakland.
Rolando McClain back with Raiders after court appeal
Linebacker Rolando McClain is back with the Raiders after appealing his conviction on assault and other charges in Alabama.
Rolando McClain sentenced to 180 days in jail
Oakland Raiders LB Rolando McClain has been sentenced to spend 180 days in jail. McClain was in court in Alabama on Thursday to face an assault charge.
Credit Patriots for targeting Gronkowski in draft; more notes
The Patriots' draft strategy has been criticized in the past. But they deserve credit for one recent move that has paid off, Albert Breer writes, as he circles the league in his weekly notebook.