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A few weeks ago we discussed the possibility of the Oakland Raiders becoming the Portland Raiders, where all the fans would drink Pabst Blue Ribbon and cheer ironically. But now it looks like a move to Los Angeles would be owner Mark Davis’ preferred option, other than staying in Oakland.
Presenting The Portland Raiders: Everyone In The Black Hole Will Wear Flannel And Ride Fixed Gear Bikes To The Game
Three years ago, he was one of the NFL’s best players. Today, he’s going back to Oakland to retire a Raider after leaving Philadelphia and San Francisco as a bust. What happened to this guy, and what does his fall mean about the NFL?
Marine Veteran, 61, Tries to Catch Woman Who Leapt From Third Deck At Raiders Game: Both Seriously Injured
She’s in critical condition, he’s serious but stable, says the Alameda County Sherriff’s Dept.
Former Raiders Linebacker Thomas Howard Dies In Fiery Freeway Crash, Was Traveling 100 MPH, Say Police
Howard’s vehicle was speeding at about 100 mph, say police, when he hit a semi truck, flipped over the center divide and collided with another car “in a fireball.’
How quickly does Oakland go from baseball to football? IN ONE MINUTE, according to this awesome time-lapse video.
The Raiders are beating the Redskins right now, and no one is more delighted than Glee star Naya Rivera, sister of Raiders’ TE Mychal Ramirez.
It’s the return of the Mascot Power Rankings, featuring an NFL mascot with no body, a high school mascot with no head, and a Minor League Baseball mascot with no pants. (Caution: contains mascot nudity).
Welcome to “Pretty Much Screwed,” our definitive guide to the upcoming NFL season. This team-by-team preview details why your favorite franchise might have to start looking forward to next year — and highlight at least one reason for you to be hopeful. Today: we take a look at the Oakland Raiders.