Matt Schaub continues to sit out, Sio Moore returned to practice

Raiders quarterback Matt Schaub missed a third straight practice on Tuesday as he continues to deal with tendinitis in his elbow. Matt Schaub sitting out practice for the 3rd straight day with "elbow soreness" #Raiders — Fallon Smith (@FallonSmithCSN) August 26, 2014 Some good news is that linebacker Sio Moore returned to the field after suffering a strained neck against...
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Raiders claim a kicker too; Giorgio Tavecchio claimed

Just moments ago the Buffalo Bills claimed a punter/kickoff specialist and today the Raiders claimed a kicker. @RAIDERS: The Oakland Raiders have claimed K Giorgio Tavecchio via waivers from the Detroit Lions This is a decent signing, but I doubt the best kicker in the NFL is going anywhere. The post Raiders claim a kicker too; Giorgio Tavecchio claimed appeared first on NFL Draft Diamonds.
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Oakland Raiders Betting Odds For 2014

Betting odds for the Oakland Raiders in 2014.
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Raiders make their roster cuts; Juron Criner and Greg Jenkins both get released

As crazy as this may sound, the Raiders cut some good wide receivers today.  The team released Trent Edwards the former Stanford quarterback along with Juron Criner and Greg Jenkins.   Jenkins was a very solid special teams player, but with the talent the team added at wide out, it made him expendable.  Jerry McDonald    @Jerrymcd  […] The post Raiders make their roster...
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Oakland Raiders move down in Power Rankings, are they in the basement of the NFL?

We know what we’re going to know. With training camps complete, three preseason games – including the “dress rehearsal” – in the books and veterans on the shelf until the regular season opener, the data needed to evaluate every NFL team prior to the start of the 2014 campaign is in the books. Some look ready to go, while others have work to do. A few franchises have emerged...
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NFL Players Say You Have to Pay Them Double to Play for Raiders

Poor Raider Nation just can’t catch a break. Oakland has struggled mightily since losing in Super Bowl XXXVII to the Tampa Bay Bucs back in 2002. Since then, the Silver and Black is an appalling 53-123 in 11 seasons. Needless to say, it hasn’t been a good decade for Oakland. The team has also battled the perception that is a mismanaged franchise where players go to die. According...
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Pressure on Terrelle Pryor to perform Thursday against Oakland Raiders

Terelle Pryor was always facing an uphill battle to make a roster spot with the Seattle Seahawks. When he was traded from the Oakland Raiders for a seventh rounder back in April, I considered the move to be nothing but gravy: Seattle gave up very little for him and expectations had to be pretty low. If he showed them something, great. If not, no biggy. At times throughout training...
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Raiders placing D.J. Hayden on PUP

This is really a shame. Second-year cornerback D.J. Hayden is headed to the physical unable to perform list to start out the season. Raiders are placing 2013 first-round pick, CB D.J. Hayden, on PUP due to foot injury that has kept him out of camp, per source. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) August 26, 2014 Hayden has been a bust so far after being taken in the first round of...
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Khalil Mack deserves more attention for his play against Green Bay

The Packers are forcing their way up the field. Raider fans are in disbelief. Matt Flynn actually led an offense past the halfway line – wow! It’s 1st and 10 from the Raiders 39 yard line. One minute left in the half. Flynn drops back, looks left to deceive the defense, then throws a screen. Blockers are ahead – this should be a punishing gain. But rushing from the left defensive...
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Raiders to place D.J. Hayden on PUP list

The Oakland Raiders will put cornerback D.J. Hayden on the PUP list, reports ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Raiders are placing 2013 first-round pick, CB D.J. Hayden, on PUP due to foot injury that has kept him out of camp, per source. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) August 26, 2014 Hayden, who was selected with the 12th overall pick of the 2013 draft, will not be available for the...
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Was acquiring QB Matt Schaub a mistake?

Raiders fans have been very disappointed in QB Matt Schaub’s performance this preseason and have not held back in their criticism. The sports media has been no less critical of him. Was it a mistake to trade for him? Is the criticism of Schaub fair? Let’s take a closer look at that: The first thing to consider is that the Raiders only gave up a 6th round pick in the 2014 draft...
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Raiders place D.J. Hayden on the PUP list

Today the Oakland Raiders placed former 2013 first round pick D.J. Hayden on the PUP List. The cornerback has been dealing with a foot injury. Allen said Monday he is making progress.  “Well, we’re going to push it all the way up until the deadline, until we find out exactly where he is,” Allen said. […] The post Raiders place D.J. Hayden on the PUP list appeared first on...
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Raiders Place CB D.J. Hayden On PUP List

  ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that the Raiders are placing former first-round pick CB D.J. Hayden on the physically unable to perform list due to a foot injury. There has been talk that this move could be coming for Hayden as he has been held out of training camp due to the injury. Hayden will miss the first six games of the season. Hayden’s NFL career has gotten off to a...
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Is denial a river that runs in the Bay Area? Allen 'not concerned' with Schaub

My how things have changed in Oakland, as not too long ago Oakland Raiders head coach Dennis Allen was insistent that quarterback Matt Schaub was their guy who would lead them to the promised land. After a few preseason stinkers, reality hit hard for the Raiders and Schaub, who looks every much like the Schaub of Houston Texans' past. But we'll give to Allen - he'...
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Raiders voted least desirable team to play for in the NFL

According to an NFL Nation poll, via ESPN.com,  the Oakland Raiders are the least desirable team to play for among NFL players. The players were asked the following question: “The only way I’d play for [team name] is if they doubled my salary.” Of the 82 players who answered, 23 percent named the Raiders, followed by the Buffalo Bills (19 percent), Cleveland Browns (16...
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Dennis Allen not concerned with the Raiders quarterback position

Raiders head coach Dennis Allen isn’t worried about their quarterback situation even though Matt Schaub has looked horrible this preseason. Dennis Allen holding firm with Schaub. Looking for him to start Week 1 vs. NY Jets. Has no concerns about QB position. — Jerry McDonald (@Jerrymcd) August 25, 2014 If Allen sticks with Schaub,  they’ll be both be looking for a new job...
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Oakland Raiders voted least desirable team to play for

At one time, the Oakland/Los Angeles Raiders were among the more successful NFL franchises. The silver & black was feared. “Just Win, Baby” meant something. That seems so long ago to. The Raiders won three Super Bowls won three Super Bowls from 1976 to 1983. However, their last playoff appearance came in 2002. Since then […]
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Matt Schaub held out for a second straight day

Raiders quarterback Matt Schaub was held out of for a second straight day as he deals with tendinitis in his elbow. For the 2nd straight day Matt Schaub is not practicing due to elbow soreness. #Raiders — Fallon Smith (@FallonSmithCSN) August 25, 2014 No matter what Schaub will reportedly be the Raiders week one starter. var ACE_AR = {Site: '898551', Size: '...
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Before drafting you need to see Oakland Raiders WR James Jones’ fantasy ranking

With the preseason games that most teams use as a dress rehearsal now in the rearview mirror, the 2014 NFL season is officially right around the corner. The next time fans see the league’s star players it will be during games on opening weekend. That means one thing: Fantasy football drafts are upon us. In order to get a ready, it’s time to start putting together a draft board...
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Report: Raiders plan on starting Matt Schaub for week one

Bryan Singer/Icon Sportswire Even though Matt Schaub has looked horrible this preseason and it dealing with elbow tendinitis, he’ll get the start for the Raider season opener, according to NFL.com. NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported Monday, via a source informed of the quarterback’s injury, and the plan remains for him to start Week 1. Allen said Carr — now recovered from...
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Report: Raiders Still Planning on Starting Matt Schaub

That sound you hear is Raider Nation collectively collapsing to the ground in pure agony. According to a report by NFL Media’s Ian Rapoport, the Oakland Raiders are still planning on starting veteran Matt Schaub at quarterback Week 1 against the New York Jets.  NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported Monday, via a source informed of the quarterback’s injury, and the plan remains...
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NFL roster cutdown update: Oakland Raiders

The Raiders have released 7 players and need to release 8 more players to get to the 75 man limit via NFL.com. All teams need to be down to 75 by Tue. 4PM ET: 1.    TE Kyle Auffray 2.    OT Emmett Cleary 3.    LB Justin Cole 4.    WR Mike Davis 5.    DT Torell Troup 6.    WR Rahsaan Vaughn 7.    CB Jansen Watson  
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Oakland Raiders: preseason week 3 review and other notes

  Injuries struck the Oakland Raiders hard during their loss to the Green Bay Packers last Friday night, while Matt Schaub showed a lackluster arm. However, the starting defense made plenty of good plays despite allowing 22 points in the first half. Some takeaways from the preseason dress rehearsal. Schaub’s arm While his pass catchers continue to drop everything thrown, Schaub...
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Oakland Raiders: Secondary improving

The Oakland Raiders managed to show one major positive aspect of their game in the “dress-rehearsal” preseason match-up against the Green Bay Packers. That positive aspect was the major improvement of the Raiders defensive secondary. Now the rest of the facets of the Raiders’ game need to follow the defensive secondary trend because although it is still preseason this game...
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Oakland Raiders Announce Transactions: Cut Roster To 83 Players

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