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Raiders News

NFL free agency rumors: Raiders to pursue Le'Veon Bell | NFL | Sporting News
According to NFL Media, the Raiders are a sleeper team in pursuit of the Bell, a potentially lethal move after Oakland reportedly acquired wide receiver Antonio Brown from Pittsburgh over the weekend, though the trade has yet to be finalized.

Could Le’Veon Bell be the next Steeler to join the Raiders?
Le'Veon Bell wants a lot of money and Oakland seems willing to spend it.

Grading the Antonio Brown trade from Steelers to Raiders - Who won?
The former Steelers wide receiver is headed to the Raiders, and the ramifications are massive. Bill Barnwell sorts the details.

Antonio Brown's move to the Raiders is more Jerry Rice than Randy Moss - Oakland Raiders- ESPN
Antonio Brown will respect -- and has the respect of -- head coach Jon Gruden and should add just the right spice to the Raiders' mix.

Raiders look to shore up anemic pass rush in free agency
After getting just 13 sacks in 2018 -- 17 fewer than the next lowest teams in the NFL -- the Raiders will be taking a close look at free agent defensive linemen who can rush the passer.

Raiders on the lookout for wide receivers, tight ends
The Raiders will look to get Jordy Nelson some help at wide receiver and will be in the market for a new receiving tight end if leading receiver Jared Cook signs elsewhere.

AFC West

K.J. Wright should lead Chargers' free-agent shopping list - AFC West- ESPN
Wright would bring with him age and injury concerns but also talent and leadership if he departs the Seahawks for the Chargers.

Los Angeles Chargers’ Keenan Allen expresses interest in adding FS Tyrann Mathieu
Los Angeles Chargers' Keenan Allen expresses interest in adding FS Tyrann Mathieu to the team.

Dee Ford rumors: Experts have weighed in on Chiefs shopping him - Arrowhead Pride
Both Sports Illustrated’s Albert Breer and NBC Sports’ Peter King discussed Ford this morning.

Justin Houston was ferocious in preparation says former Chief | The Kansas City Star
The Kansas City Chiefs released outside linebacker Justin Houston over the weekend, and a former KC offensive lineman share a story about Houston’s preparation that shed light on why he was successful.

Denver Broncos free agent target: Wide Receiver John Brown - Mile High Report
If the Denver Broncos are looking for a veteran speed receiver, it’d pay to reunite John Brown with Joe Flacco.

Contract tender will boost Broncos DT Shelby Harris’ salary to more than $3 million – The Denver Post
The Broncos will use a second-round contract tender on restricted free agent defensive tackle Shelby Harris, a league source said Sunday.

NFL News

Pittsburgh Steelers Wasted One of the NFL's Most Talented Trios of All Time | Bleacher Report | Latest News, Videos and Highlights
The credits are rolling for the Killer B's era in Pittsburgh, and this film has a sad ending. When the new league year launches Wednesday, superstar Steelers wide receiver ...

2019 NFL Free Agency: Rams bring back Dante Fowler, reportedly on a one-year, $14 million deal -
Fowler, who was acquired via trade last fall, is coming back to Los Angeles

2019 NFL Free Agency: These teams have limited cap space, but ability to add talent if they get creative -
Previewing the teams that won't be able to spend big

NFL free agency: Which teams will spend big? Look to Jets, Colts
The Colts, Jets, Bills, Browns, Raiders, Texans and 49ers have the most salary cap space and the most money to play with during NFL free agency.

Patriots led NFL with this impressive pass defense statistic in 2018 season
Defending the pass is so critical in today's NFL with teams racking up historic numbers through the air, and the New England Patriots excelled in this area throughout the 2018 season.The Patriots led the league in forced incompletions last season (including the playoffs). Here's how they compared.