Charles Woodson has been incredibly active this season, allowed be a roving playmaker due in large part to a pair who didn’t make the original 53-man roster...
Gabe Jackson has been sidelined with a knee ailment, but the blossoming rookie guard could be back in the lineup for the Raiders soon.
Despite not noticing lingering effects from his concussion, the question remains: will Latavius Murray be cleared to play against the Rams?
Charles Woodson has continued to perform into his late 30s, and with the Raiders taking steps in the right direction, he's not ready to call it quits.
While he has been cleared to practice, it remains uncertain whether Latavius Murray will play on Sunday against the St. Louis Rams.
David Ausberry, who injured his foot on Oct. 19 contest against the Arizona Cardinals, appeared in six games this season...
Charles Woodson registered eight tackles, including a sack, against Kansas City. He was rewarded for his efforts...
Tony Sparano kept the Raiders committed to the cause when it would be easy to check out. And the team responded with its first win of the 2014 season...
It took a lot to get the Raiders their first win of the season. With the taste of victory still fresh, the team returned to practice full of motivation.
Rod Streater was out eight full weeks with a fractured foot. He's optimistic after he was finally allowed to join his teammates on Monday.
Raiders RB Latavius Murray sustained a concussion against the Chiefs last Thursday and did not practice on Monday...
After fracturing his foot in a Week 3 loss to New England, Rod Streater was placed on IR with a designation to return...
Marcel Reece has showed Thursday that he is deserving of more carries in the future, something that Tony Sparano said he can envision.
Some day, interim head coach Tony Sparano might be able to chuckle about Sio Moore and Khalil Mack's celebration. Friday was not that day.
Latavius Murray stole the show on Thursday, and while he still has to pass concussion tests, he had a message to Raiders fans on Friday.