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If Sean Smith was already in danger of being released by the Raiders, it might not be long now. According to TMZ, Smith was arrested on Thursday and charged with felony assault stemming from an alleged attack on his sister’s…Continue Reading

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The Raiders are headed to Las Vegas, but according to former Raiders’ CEO Amy Trask, it was a move that didn’t have to happen. “We all know that actions speak louder than words,” Trask told Damon Bruce on his 95.7…Continue Reading

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It was in May that Raiders head coach Jack Del Rio said he wasn’t sure if the Raiders had adequately addressed the middle linebacker position. Three months later, and with no significant additions to the roster, Del Rio should still be concerned. Rookie…Continue Reading

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Donald Penn still hasn’t reported to training camp and while many have speculated that Penn’s holdout will probably only last another week or so, Raiders play-by-play voice Greg Papa believes the stalemate isn’t particularly close to ending. “The Donald Penn…Continue Reading

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Sean Smith is only a year into a four-year, $38 million deal with the Raiders, but some are wondering if the 30 year-old cornerback will even make the team. After an inconsistent 2016 campaign, Smith declared that he would return…Continue Reading

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Gareon Conley is dealing with more than just shin splints. According to Michael Gehlkin of the Las Vegas Review-Journal, the Raiders 2017 first-round pick has been nursing a leg injury more severe than shin splints – possibly a stress fracture.…Continue Reading

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It’s no secret. The AFC path to the Super Bowl goes through New England. If the Raiders plan to reach the Super Bowl, they’ll need to crack the code and beat the Patriots – most likely in Foxboro. Greg Papa, the…Continue Reading

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According to an NFL media report, Donald Penn has “dug in” on his decision to hold out from Raiders training camp. Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie believes they can work something out, but according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, the team doesn’t want…Continue Reading

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Sean Smith was supposed to be one of the cornerstones of the Raiders defense after signing a four-year, $40 million deal. Following an up and down 2016 season, Smith set out to re-establish himself as one of the top cornerbacks…Continue Reading

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Greg Papa is the voice of the Raiders gameday broadcast and already the voice of one of the preseason’s strongest statements. “To me, [Gareon Conley] is the best cornerback on the team, by far,” Papa said Monday on 95.7 The Game. “He’s better…Continue Reading

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