Warren Wells, former Oakland Raiders wide receiver, dies at 76 | NBCS Bay Area
Former Oakland Raiders wide receiver Warren Wells has died, NBC Sports Bay Area learned Thursday. He was 76 years old.
Remembering Raiders WR Warren Wells
The Raiders mourn the passing of Warren Wells, who was an integral part of the Raiders’ vaunted vertical passing game. He will forever be a part of Raiders lore. The thoughts and prayers of the entire Raider Nation are with the Wells family at this time.
Changes coming for Raiders, and Tom Cable could be one of them
Tom Cable was brought in to help turn the Oakland Raiders offensive line into the best in the business, but he has wildly underachieved in year one.
Raiders rookie Arden Key should have 'about eight sacks' with better finishing
Key has gained far more experience that expected this season, as he was drafted to develop behind experienced pass-rushers.
Raiders fans loyal to the end - SFChronicle.com
It was messy. It was melancholy. Just like the entire Raiders farewell. It was loud. It was a party. Just like the Raiders’ stay in Oakland.
Raiders DE Frostee Rucker wins Chris Long Award
Veteran defensive end Frostee Rucker wins the Raiders' Chris Long Award, given to a player that shows professionalism with the media.
Chiefs reportedly give Damien Williams a two-year extension worth up to $8.1 million - CBSSports.com
Williams has filled in capably after the Chiefs cut Kareem Hunt
Gonzalez wishes he, like Kelce, got to play with Mahomes - Kansas City Chiefs Blog- ESPN
Travis Kelce is four catches away from Tony Gonzalez's team record and 54 yards away from Rob Gronkowski's league record for a tight end in a season.
Chargers tight end Virgil Green says Broncos didn't respect his game - Los Angeles Chargers Blog- ESPN
Virgil Green, who signed with the Chargers this offseason, said it "wasn't healthy mentally for me to be" in Denver anymore.
Los Angeles Chargers focus is all on the present, not the future
The Los Angeles Chargers focus is all on the present, not the future.
Kiszla: Elway must find winning QB or Broncos need new GM
John Elway cannot miss on his choice for the team’s next quarterback, Mark Kiszla writes. And if Denver’s next coach isn’t a quarterback whisperer, it doesn’t matter if he’s a leader of men. Get it wrong and it will be time for Elway to get gone.
The cases for and against the Broncos keeping Vance Joseph - NFL Nation- ESPN
The Broncos are nearing another losing season with Joseph. GM John Elway has some big questions to answer, none bigger than his head coach.
NFL kickers: How league's brotherhood stays bonded amid big misses
Missing a key field goal or extra point can leave kickers on an island. But that experience is something that bonds players throughout the NFL.
NFL playoff picture 2018: The 7 most important games in Week 17, ranked - SBNation.com
The playoff picture is STILL not in focus, but these are the games that will determine what the shape of the postseason.
NFL coaching candidates we'd hire 2019 - ESPN panelists make their picks
We asked reporters, analysts and former players who they'd pick to coach their team, with 25 names making the list.
Is the Eagles' Nick Foles the most clutch QB in the NFL? Here's why that's not an exaggeration - CBSSports.com
The numbers indicate that St. Nick is even more reliable under pressure than his legend suggests
Did the NFL finally fix the catch rule? Why the 'eye test' won out - NFL Nation- ESPN
By relying more on "the eye test" and less on "the process of the catch," the NFL hasn't had any significant catch controversies in 2018.