Daryl Worley of Oakland Raiders facing four-game suspension for offseason arrest
Raiders CB Daryl Worley, who pleaded guilty in June to three charges, including DUI, from an arrest in April, is facing a four-game suspension, a source told ESPN.
Raiders cuts tracker: Mario Edwards Jr on the trade block - Silver And Black Pride
It’s NFL cuts weekend.
Could there be a method to Raiders madness in waiting until last minute to sign Khalil Mack to extension? - Silver And Black Pride
If the Raiders have had a plan with regard to taking so long to get Khalil Mack signed, this could be it.
AFC WEST NEWS
53-man roster projections for the Chargers’ offense | Chargers Wire
With the Chargers deadline for final cuts coming up on Saturday and their third preseason game in the books, here’s our updated roster projections for the offensive side of the ball: Quarterbacks (2) Philip Rivers, Geno Smith Geno Smith should win the No.
Kansas City Chiefs acquire safety Jordan Lucas from Dolphins in trade - Arrowhead Pride
The new Chief was a sixth-round pick in 2016
Two or three QBs? That’s the biggest question for the Denver Broncos. - Mile High Report
With the roster cuts rolling in at a rapid pace, one question that has yet to be answered is whether or not the Broncos will keep two or three quarterbacks on their final roster for the 2018 season.
Arizona Cardinals vs. Denver Broncos: Five things we learned
Arizona Cardinals insider Bob McManaman offers a recap and a rundown from the Cardinals’ 21-10 preseason loss to the Denver Broncos.
AROUND THE NFL
NFL roster cuts tracker: Live look at all 32 teams' player releases
Keep track of all 32 teams' moves before Saturday's roster cutdown deadline with USA TODAY Sports' live tracker of player releases.
NFL predictions: SportsLine's Power Rankings for all 32 teams and best value plays for 2018 - CBSSports.com
Super Bowl rematch? SportsLine says the Patriots and Eagles are the two best teams in 2018
One NFL team is reportedly planning to play a 2019 preseason game in Hawaii - CBSSports.com
Aloha! NFL football is likely headed back to Hawaii in 2019