Latest NFL News
- Report: Raiders QB Derek Carr Agrees to $125M Extension Raiders quarterback Derek Carr finalized a five-year contract extension Thursday that will keep him with the team through the 2022 season.
- Ex-NFL Player Killed in Reno The first Montana Tech football player in school history to sign an NFL contract has been fatally shot in Nevada.
- Unclear How Raiders' Vegas Stadium Will Benefit Community After the team already has picked a general contractor and a design firm — neither based in Nevada — how a mandate to find community benefits will be carried out is still being negotiated.
- Raiders, UNLV Still Working on Deal to Use Planned Stadium The Oakland Raiders are still working on an agreement that would allow the football team of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas to play at their planned stadium in Sin City.
- Lynch Decided on Comeback After Raiders Announced Vegas Move For Marshawn Lynch, the decision to come out of retirement and resume his NFL career was made as soon as the league announced his hometown Raiders were leaving for Las Vegas.
- Donald Penn: Excited To Get To Play With Marshawn Lynch The Raiders tackle is excited to get the opportunity to play with his friend as Beast Mode joins the silver-and-black.
- Raiders' Donald Penn And Wife To Host Annual Free Football And Cheer Camp The Raiders tackle and his wife are offering local kids the chance to attend a free football and cheer camp.
- NFL Owners Want Vegas Stadium Lease at May Meetings The Oakland Raiders and the public entity that oversees their proposed stadium in Las Vegas have a little over a week to agree on a conditional lease to avoid any delays on the team's relocation.
- Timeline: Vegas Raiders Stadium Would Be Finished by June 2020 A preliminary timeline for the proposed stadium that would be home to the Raiders in Las Vegas shows construction would be finished only three months before the 2020 regular season begins.
- Raiders Go Heavy on Defense in NFL Draft It was no surprise where the Oakland Raiders paid most attention in the NFL draft.