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Martavis Bryant misses another practice with migraine

Raiders receiver Martavis Bryant missed a second day of practice with “really bad migraines,” Vic Tafur of The Athletic reports. The condition has plagued Bryant for years, per Tafur. Coach Jon Gruden confirmed Monday that Bryant missed that day’s practice with “a headache.” Bryant made one catch for 18 yards on four targets in the [more]

Donald Penn on moving to RT: I’ll do whatever it takes to win

Donald Penn hasn’t played much right tackle. He did it as a freshman at Utah State in 2002 and took 24 snaps there in the 2016 season opener after after an injury to Menelik Watson, according to Jimmy Durkin of The Athletic. That’s the extent of Penn’s experience on the right side of the line. [more]

If Khalil Mack is traded, Packers are the betting favorites to land him

As Khalil Mack continues his lengthy holdout, there’s increasing talk that the Raiders could trade him. If they do, the Packers appear to be the leading candidates to acquire him. The sports book Bovada is taking odds on which team Mack will play for after the October 30 trade deadline, and the Packers, at 11-4 [more]

Donald Penn off PUP list, playing right tackle

Donald Penn has a new position to go with his restructured contract. Penn was activated from the physically unable to perform list on Tuesday and then took part in his first practice of training camp. According to multiple reports from that practice, Penn spent that session at right tackle. Penn had been the team’s left [more]

Report: Raiders, Donald Penn agree to restructured contract

Left tackle Donald Penn‘s future with the Raiders appeared up in the air until Monday. That’s when he agreed to a restructured contract, Michael Gehlken of the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports. The Raiders receive new team-friendly parameters for a player returning from a significant injury. Penn, in turn, gets more guaranteed money over the next [more]

Jon Gruden: Gareon Conley came back faster than anyone expected

Gareon Conley returned to practice Monday for the first time since July 27, and coach Jon Gruden was the most excited to see the cornerback. “He came back faster than anyone expected,” Gruden said, via Scott Bair of NBC Sports Bay Area. “That’s a credit to him and our training staff. We need him to [more]

Raiders-Seahawks game moved to Wembley Stadium

Hours after a report of construction issues and payments for the option to use another stadium Tottenham Hotspur announced that the scheduled game between the Raiders and Seahawks would be moved to Wembley Stadium. Tottenham was supposed to open its new stadium (which was built to NFL specs and with some planning and funding from [more]

Report: Construction delays at new Tottenham stadium could impact NFL

The NFL is supposed to host a game in a new London venue this year, but construction delays could potentially compromise that plan. According to a report from Neil Ashton of The Sun, the owners of the English soccer club Tottenham Hotspur have made a payment to the English FA for the option to play [more]

Raiders, Khalil Mack aren’t waiting for Aaron Donald deal

A theory has been making the rounds regarding the lack of a contract between the Raiders and defensive end Khalil Mack. It goes like this: The Raiders and Mack are waiting for the Rams and Aaron Donald to get a deal done first. That theory would be somewhat plausible if the Raiders and Mack were [more]

Eagles sign Christian Hackenberg

Christian Hackenberg is getting another chance in the NFL. Hackenberg, the 2016 second-round pick of the Jets who has never played in an NFL game, has agreed to sign with the Eagles, according to Tom Pelissero of NFL Network. The 23-year-old Hackenberg never even got on the field with the Jets, which made him a [more]

Gareon Conley set to return to practice Monday

Cornerback Gareon Conley has spent much of his time in the NFL on the injured list, including the last couple of weeks of training camp. Conley, who played just two games as a rookie because of a shin injury, hurt his hip in the first practice of camp in July in a development that “disappointed” [more]

Jon Gruden’s return ends with a play reminiscent of the tuck rule

Jon Gruden’s final game as the head coach of the Raiders was the Tuck Rule Game in January of 2002, which appeared to end with an Oakland victory on a Tom Brady fumble, only to have it ruled an incomplete pass on replay, with the Raiders going on to lose. Gruden must have been feeling [more]

Marshawn Lynch sits for national anthem

Marshawn Lynch took a seat on the bench during the national anthem before Friday night’s game against the Lions, via multiple reports. It’s the same thing the Raiders running back did all of last season. There were no other reports of protests in the two games Friday. The Lions linked arms during the anthem, Dave [more]

Martavis Bryant lands on the second team in Oakland for now

The Raiders begin their preseason on Friday night against the Lions, and one of the key players to watch will be Martavis Bryant. A member of the second string behind Amari Cooper and Jordy Nelson, Bryant will get a chance to prove that he can get it done, in the aftermath of being called out [more]

Raiders sign Quincy Mauger

The Raiders will have a new member of the roster when they host the Lions in a preseason game on Friday night. The team announced that they have signed safety Quincy Mauger to their 90-man roster. Long snapper Drew Scott, who signed in May, has been waived to make room on the roster. Mauger signed [more]

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