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Oakland Raiders safety Michael Huff has missed the past two weeks because of a hamstring injury. With the AFC West title on the line this coming Sunday, Huff doesn’t plan on missing his third straight game. The Raiders must beat the Chargers and have the Broncos to lose to the Chiefs on Sunday, in order [...]
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Running back Taiwan Jones and free safety Michael Huff said Monday that they intend to play Sunday against the San Diego Chargers, given the magnitude of the game as the Raiders challenge for a playoff spot. Wide reciever Jacoby Ford said he is hopeful of playing Sunday. However, he wont play unless his sore foot heals enough to where he feels as if he can make a difference. No...
Since being acquired in October, Carson Palmer has shown flashes of brilliance offset by moments of mediocrity.
Since Palmer became the starter at quarterback on Nov. 6 – following the season-ending injury to Jason Campbell – the Raiders are 4-4 and he’s thrown 11 touchdown passes vs. 12 interceptions. Some games he’s looked like the game-changing QB head coach Hue Jackson...
The Raiders have been up and down and all around but, with just one game to play find themselves in one final, must-win game to earn a trip to the playoffs.
After everything they’ve been through, says defensive tackle Richard Seymour, that’s probably better than they could have asked for – especially over the last month when three straight losses put them on the verge of elimination...
Raiders kicker Sebastian Janikowski, punter Shane Lechler and defensive tackle Richard Seymour have been named to the 2012 Pro Bowl squad, the NFL announced today. This is the first Pro Bowl selection for Janikowski, while Lechler and Seymour will make return trips to the NFL All-Star game in Hawaii. Safety Tyvon Branch, defensive tackle Tommy Kelly, running back Darren McFadden...
Tanier: Oakland didn't fall apart like other teams did after losing their starting QB to injury
The final week of the season for the Oakland Raiders has been mostly about the status of the coach, personal goals and planning for the offseason the past eight years.