Raiders Injury Report: Paul Guenther Won't Eliminate Prospect of Activating Justin Ellis - NBC Bay Area
ALAMEDA – Justin Ellis hasn't played football since the Raiders season opener. He hadn't practiced with the team for longer than that while on injured reserve with a foot injury.
That long drought...
Raiders will have their hands full stopping Ravens QB Lamar Jackson run threat - Silver And Black Pride
Only one team in the league has a worse run defense than the Raiders. That team is the Bengals who moved squarely into that last spot because last weekend Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson gouged...
Raiders' Jon Gruden made right call in blowing up the roster
Why did the Raiders and coach Jon Gruden feel the need to start over after going 12-4 in 2016? Because the brief success wasn't going to be continued with the talent on hand.
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Chargers’ Melvin Gordon questionable to play Sunday - NFL.com
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KC Chiefs star Eric Berry set to return; analysis | The Kansas City Star
How the looming return of Kansas City Chiefs safety Eric Berry helps solve his team’s greatest weakness.
Steelers' offense will test Broncos' discipline in coverage -- again - Denver Broncos Blog- ESPN
After facing a string of elite offenses, Denver's secondary gets a visit from the Steelers in Week 12.
AROUND THE NFL
Houston Texans owner Bob McNair dies at age 81 - NFL.com
In 1999, Bob McNair blew everyone away with his bold, record-setting bid for a football team. Judy Battista chronicles the life of the Texans owner who brought the NFL back to Houston.
Bengals' Joe Mixon: 'I'm tired of playing not to lose' - NFL.com
Ahead of Sunday's matchup against the Cleveland Browns, Cincinnnati Bengals RB Joe Mixon said he's tired of his team playing not to lose. In the past five tilts, Cincy has just one win.
Harrison Smith fined $10,026 for hit on Mitch Trubisky - NFL.com
Vikings safety Harrison Smith was fined $10,026 for a hit on Bears quarterback Mitch Trubisky in Week 11, NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reported. The penalty helped set up a game-sealing field goal for Chicago.