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Raiders considering moving camp to Henderson, Nevada

The Raiders were supposed to move to Nevada after training camp. That, though, could come sooner than planned. The team is “seriously considering” holding training camp at its new headquarters in Henderson, Nevada, rather than in Napa, California, Vincent Bonsignore of the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports. The Raiders’ new team facility is scheduled to be [more]

PSL sales reach $549 million at Raiders’ new Las Vegas stadium

The Raiders knew moving from Oakland to Las Vegas would be lucrative, but the revenue at the new stadium is exceeding the team’s expectations. The Raiders have made $549 million from the sale of personal seat licenses at Allegiant Stadium, more than doubling the team’s initial projections of $250 million, according to the Las Vegas [more]

Report: Russell Wilson wants Antonio Brown in Seattle

Although Josh Gordon may be cleared to return before Antonio Brown, it’s Brown and not Gordon who has captured the attention of Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson. According to John Clayton of 710 ESPN in Seattle, Wilson wants Brown to join the team. The Seahawks’ receiving corps includes DK Metcalf and Tyler Lockett. Philip Dorsett arrived [more]

Richie Incognito on Raiders OL: We’re going to lean on some people

The Raiders signed left guard Richie Incognito to a contract extension late last year and the move ensured that they’d have all five of their starting offensive linemen back with the team for the 2020 season. Incognito calls the group the “Carr Insurance Agency” in reference to quarterback Derek Carr and he thinks that the [more]

Raiders confident Allegiant Stadium will be ready by July 31

The Raiders are entering what officials called the “fourth quarter,” as they try to finish Allegiant Stadium in the middle of a pandemic. According to Mick Akers of the Las Vegas Review-Journal, crews are still described as being on track for “substantial completion” of the new Las Vegas home by July 31. “The coronavirus pandemic [more]

Prince Amukamara sees himself as perfect fit in Paul Guenther’s defense

The Raiders’ cornerbacks had an average age of 23 before this week. Prince Amukamara, who turns 31 in June, arrives to add some experience and leadership to the room. Amukamara has nine years experience, having made 477 tackles, 78 pass breakups, 10 interceptions and six forced fumbles in his career. “Everything was very positive; [his [more]

NFL reinstates Aldon Smith

Aldon Smith, the seventh overall pick in the 2011 draft who last played in 2015, is back in the NFL. A source with direct knowledge of the situation tells PFT that Smith’s application for reinstatement under the substance-abuse policy has been granted. Smith, who has played for both the 49ers and Raiders, has been suspended [more]

Raiders waive Nick Nelson with Prince Amukamara signing official

The Raiders made the signing of cornerback Prince Amukamara official on Monday and that meant they needed to say goodbye to another player. The team announced that they have waived cornerback Nick Nelson with a failed physical designation at the end of their release about the Amukamara signing. Nelson was a fourth-round pick in 2018 [more]

Cory Littleton would keep playing special teams if he could

The Raiders are probably paying Cory Littleton too much money to let him run down kicks. But if they let him play special teams, he clearly wouldn’t shy away from it. The former Rams linebacker probably ought to be done in the kicking game considering the three-year, $36 million deal he signed with the Raiders [more]

Jon Gruden on picking Damon Arnette in first round: Just look at his tape

The Raiders caught a lot of people off guard when they selected cornerback Damon Arnette with their second pick in this year’s first round. Arnette’s play at Ohio State left most people projecting he’d come off the board on the second day of the draft, which led to questions for General Manager Mike Mayock about [more]

Report: Raiders spoke to LeSean McCoy before signing Devontae Booker

LeSean McCoy said this week that he’s been talking to teams as he tries to find the best landing spot to continue his career and it appears some of the running back’s conversations were with the Raiders. Mike Garafolo of NFL Media reports that the Raiders spoke to McCoy before signing former Bronco Devontae Booker [more]

Jon Gruden trying to keep “challenging” offseason as normal as possible

Raiders coach Jon Gruden thought this offseason’s biggest challenge would be getting the team settled in Las Vegas. Instead, he’s trying to learn how to coach over video conference. Gruden told the San Jose Mercury News that his team is having as good an offseason program as can be possible with all players and coaches [more]

Could Russell Wilson be traded by the Seahawks?

Last week, Chris Simms unwittingly lit a slow-burning fuse while he and I tried to identify during an installment of PFTOT the universe of NFL players who currently are untradable. Patrick Mahomes? Check. Lamar Jackson? Check. Aaron Donald? Check. Aaron Rodgers, given the crippling cap hit that would apply if traded now? Check. So how [more]

First sod laid at Raiders’ Allegiant Stadium

Allegiant Stadium, the new home of the Las Vegas Raiders and maybe the temporary 2020 home for other West Coast teams, will see a number of firsts this season. It saw one Wednesday. The first sod was laid, and crews began rolling it for the natural grass field, Mick Akers of the Las Vegas Review-Journal [more]

Raiders agree to terms with Prince Amukamara

The Raiders have agreed to terms with cornerback Prince Amukamara, NFL Network reports. The sides still have some t’s to cross and i’s to dot, but they have agreed to overall terms. Amukamara ranked 16th on PFT’s list of top-25 remaining free agents. Amukamara, the 19th overall choice of the Giants in 2011, is joining [more]

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