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Report: Raiders re-open negotiations with Coliseum officials to play in Oakland next season - Silver And Black Pride
This is the first time the team and city have talked since the lawsuit was announced in December.

Raiders Have Two Routes to Grab Elite Edge Rusher - NBC Bay Area
The Raiders’ greatest need is a dynamic edge pass rusher. They have the fourth overall pick in the upcoming draft, so it’s been widely projected that Jon Gruden and Mike Mayock will select the best pass...

Oakland Raiders predicted to go after Antonio Brown
The Oakland Raiders sacrificed their 2018 season in hopes they could build a perennial contender in the long-term moving forward.


The Los Angeles Chargers Should Move on From Jason Verrett - Last Word on Pro Football
Jason Verrett is a talented cornerback, but he's also been very injury-prone. After his latest injury in 2018, it's time for the Chargers to move on.

Pro Football Focus Names Seven Chiefs in the Annual “PFF Top 101” Rankings
The Chiefs had six players named in the top 40 and seven overall

What will the Denver Broncos do at quarterback? - Mile High Report
MHR’s Jeffrey Essary joined 1st & 10 @ 10 on Friday to share his thoughts on what John Elway will do.


NFL is right to be concerned with another drop in Super Bowl ratings |
A field goal’s worth of final NFL media thoughts while wondering who has to clean up all of that confetti the Patriots left in their wake . . . Much noise was made ab

Pro football: Will new leagues like AAF, XFL change NFL, college game?
Alternative pro football leagues have failed before, but investors are betting time is right for leagues like AAF and XFL to succeed in shadow of NFL.

'Alpha male' Mayfield helped attract top assistants -
Browns offensive coordinator Todd Monken and defensive coordinator Steve Wilks said Thursday quarterback Baker Mayfield was a key factor in their choosing Cleveland over other NFL clubs.