Posts Tagged ‘Oakland Raiders’

DeMeco Ryans Latest Candidate for Raiders Head Coach

Saturday, January 22nd, 2022

The Las Vegas Raiders have added another name to their permanent head coach search. On Saturday, reports indicated that the Raiders were interested Ryans lead the 49ers defense to allow just 310 yards per game, third-fewest in the NFL alongside the ninth-fewest points per game allowed in the regular season with 21.5 points. The 49ers are in this year’s NFC Championship game.

Bengals’ radio booth nails call of field goal that bounced Titans

Saturday, January 22nd, 2022

Coffin. Nails. Bam. Bam. Bam. The Bengals advance to the AFC Championship Game

Two weeks after DUI, Raiders’ Nate Hobbs cited for reckless driving

Saturday, January 22nd, 2022

Just two weeks after Las Vegas Raiders cornerback Nate Hobbs was arrested on a misdemeanor charge of DUI, the rookie was cited by Nevada State Highway Patrol on Sunday for reckless driving. Larry Browns Sports reports that Hobbs was driving 110 mph on freeway 215, according to the 8 News Now report. ESPN reported in January that the LVMPD received a call that a driver was asleep in a vehicle parked on the exit ramp of a parking garage.

Raiders News: Tre’von Moehrig played nearly every defensive snap

Saturday, January 22nd, 2022

The Las Vegas Raiders may have struck gold with their 2021 second-round pick, safety Tre’von Moehrig. Now that the season is over and all stats are final, ESPN’s Field Yates has been tweeting about certain standout players, and yesterday he shared an interesting and encouraging one about the Raiders’ rookie defensive back. To add to Yates’ tweet, the only snaps that Moehrig missed this season came in Week 3 versus the Miami Dolphins, after he collided with cornerback Trayvon Mullen and had to en...

Raiders CB Nate Hobbs cited for driving 110 mph on freeway in Las Vegas following DUI charge

Friday, January 21st, 2022

Nate Hobbs was arrested earlier this month on a DUI charge.

Report: Las Vegas could be home to MLS’s 30th franchise

Friday, January 21st, 2022

Las Vegas could be poised to land an MLS franchise and the potential 30th team in the league could have ties to the Premier League in England, the Las Vegas Review-Journal reported Friday. Aston Villa FC co-owners Wes Edens and Naseef Sawiris have entered into exclusive negotiations for a franchise with MLS, according to the report. The duo has owned Aston Villa since 2018, with the club earning promotion into the Premier League for the 2019-20 season.

The New York Giants hire Joe Schoen, who also interviewed for the Chicago Bears general manager job. Here’s the latest in the NFL’s firing and hiring cycle.

Friday, January 21st, 2022

Monday <mark class="hl_orange">The Las Vegas Raiders fired general manager Mike Mayock, </mark><mark class="hl_orange">the team announced. mark> The scoop: Mayock was the Raiders GM for three seasons, and his teams went 25-24, including 10-7 in 2021. The decision comes a day after a 26-19 playoff loss to the Cincinnati Bengals, the Raiders’ only postseason appearance in Mayock’s tenure.

What is the biggest draft need for the Raiders in 2022?

Friday, January 21st, 2022

What is the bigger need for the Raiders in 2022? Offensive Line or Wide Receiver?

NFL divisional round predictions: Bengals to join top seeds in last four

Friday, January 21st, 2022

Eight teams remain after a brutal Super Wild Card Weekend. Which four teams will advance to the conference finals? Patrick Mahomes and the rest of the Kansas City Chiefs will face one of their biggest challenges yet as they face off against the Buffalo Bills in their NFL divisional round matchup Photograph: Jay Biggerstaff/USA Today Sports OK, so the much ballyhooed Super Wild Card Weekend slate ended up being something of a bust. Of the six games, four ended up being blowouts, with only the Cin

Damon Arnette Signs Chiefs Contract, Was Released by Raiders for Threatening IG Posts

Thursday, January 20th, 2022

The Kansas City Chiefs have signed cornerback Damon Arnette to a reserve/futures contract, per Field Yates of ESPN. Michael David Smith of Pro Football Talk noted the player won't be available to play in the postseason for Kansas City, but he will be on the 90-player offseason roster. Arnette began the year with the Las Vegas Raiders but was released in November after posting an Instagram video where he threatened to kill someone and showed several guns (warning: strong language).