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Raiders DC Paul Guenther looks forward to game against old team | Las Vegas Review-Journal
Raiders defensive coordinator Paul Guenther will make his return to Cincinnati on Sunday for the first time since being the team’s coach in previous years.

Raiders-Bengals week 15 final injury report: Recently signed guards may start - Silver And Black Pride
Make that all three practices this week without starting guards Kelechi Osemele and Gabe Jackson for the Raiders, which usually signals they will not play. Officially they are questionable and Jon...

Raiders WR Martavis Bryant receives indefinite NFL ban - Silver And Black Pride
What was always a terrible trade is now finalized. What a waste.


10 veteran contracts the Broncos will have to decide on in 2019
The Broncos won't be hurting when it comes to cap space, but there are a few veterans who aren't pulling their weight who could find themselves as cap casualties.

Unlike in the past, Chiefs have no time to dwell on division loss - Arrowhead Pride
The Chiefs have no time to waste if they intend to make a championship run in 2018.

Don't Look Now, But Rivers-Led Chargers are AFC's Most Dangerous Team | Bleacher Report | Latest News, Videos and Highlights
Ever since the Kansas City Chiefs beat the Los Angeles Chargers in Week 1, the Chargers have been looking up at the Chiefs in the AFC West...


Flacco might be done in Baltimore; next landing spot |
Sunday will mark the first time Flacco has ever been a backup in his NFL career. What does it mean for the veteran’s future?

Drew Brees gifts footballs in honor of passing record -
Drew Brees felt like he had many to thank for breaking the NFL's all-time passing record earlier this season. The Saints QB is gifting customized footballs to 174 individuals involved in his feat.

Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott was fined $26,739 for hit
Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott was fined $26,739 for lowering his helmet to initiate contact against Eagles defensive back Corey Graham. He was the first offensive player to be flagged for that penalty this season.