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Raiders have by far the NFL’s most expensive tickets on secondary markets

People want to see NFL games in Las Vegas, and are willing to spend a lot of money to do it.The Raiders have, by far, the most expensive tickets in the NFL on secondary markets, ticketing company Logitix said, via the Las Vegas Review-Journal.An average Raiders home game ticket at Allegiant Stadium is going for [more]

Raiders release Sutton Smith

Las Vegas has officially made a pair of moves to start the weekend on Friday.The Raiders announced the previously reported signing of receiver Jordan Veasy. As a corresponding move, the club has released fullback Sutton Smith.Smith signed with the Raiders last November after fellow fullback Alec Ingold suffered a season-ending injury. He appeared in eight [more]

Raiders add Jordan Veasy

The Raiders are adding some depth at receiver.Las Vegas is signing Jordan Veasy, according to his agency the Overtime Sports Management Group.Veasy has bounced around since entering the league as an undrafted free agent in 2018. He’s spent time with the Titans, Jaguars, Colts, Steelers, Bills, Commanders, and Texans.While he was on Houston’s practice squad [more]

In first year with fans at Allegiant Stadium, the no-show rate was 14.3 percent

Teams not only want to sell every ticket to every game. They also want every ticket to be used, so that fans will spend too much money for food, drinks, parking, etc.For the first season with fans at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, the venue experienced a surprisingly high no-show rate.Ben Fischer of Sports Business [more]

Jack Crawford announces his retirement

Defensive end Jack Crawford has decided to call it a career.Crawford announced his retirement in a Twitter post on Tuesday. The London native went to Penn State and entered the league as a 2012 fifth-round pick by the Raiders. He spent two seasons with them before moving on for three years in Dallas and three [more]

Raiders sign three, waive two

The Raiders have made a few roster moves on Monday, adding three young players to their roster.Las Vegas announced the team has added tight end Travis Koontz, cornerback Stanford Samuels III, and offensive tackle Tyrone Wheatley Jr. The club waived center Brett Heggie and receiver Tré Turner as corresponding moves.Koontz is entering his first season in the league [more]

Judge allows access to medical records in Henry Ruggs case

Former Raiders receiver Henry Ruggs III continues to face multiple felony charges following a car accident that claimed the life of 23-year-old Tina Tintor last November. And the legal case, as many legal cases do, continues to move slowly through the justice system.Most recently, via the Associated Press, a judge has ruled that prosecutors can [more]

In 2014, NFL briefly contemplated moving Raiders to St. Louis

As the NFL pursued its obsession to move the Rams to Los Angeles (and to conceal any evidence pointing to that reality for as long as possible), it considered a consolation prize for St. Louis.Via documents obtained by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch regarding the lawsuit filed after the Rams left Missouri, the league did indeed [more]

Raiders have been plagued by “financial disorder,” with employees who complained about it quickly let go

The revolving door at the Raiders’ facility in recent months has raised eyebrows throughout the league. The New York Times has tried to get to the bottom of it. And while the Times has advanced the ball, it feels like there’s more to the story that remains untold.The Times spoke to more than a dozen [more]

Raiders trading Bryan Edwards to Falcons

Bryan Edwards is on the move to Atlanta.Edwards is being traded from the Raiders to the Falcons, according to Vincent Bonsignore of the Las Vegas Review-Journal.The Raiders will send Edwards and a seventh-round pick to Atlanta for a fifth-round pick.The Raiders chose Edwards, a wide receiver out of South Carolina, in the third round of [more]

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