Raiders free agency 2019: What condition the safety position is in - Silver And Black Pride
We check on each Raiders position ahead of free agency to give it a condition of either Strong, Stable, Unstable, Serious, or Critical.
Raiders 2019 pre-draft tracker: Interviews, workouts, meetings, analysis, and more - Silver And Black Pride
This year the Raiders staff has a distinct advantage in meeting draft prospect; the coached the Senior Bowl. Being the coach of the North squad offered Gruden and his staff the ability to meet a...
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Pair of Bay Area prospects talk Raiders, Combine experience
Stanford running back Bryce Love and UC Davis wide receiver Keelan Doss discuss the Silver and Black, including life at the Combine.
Despite heart procedure, Oakland official ready to vote on Raiders | Las Vegas Review-Journal
Oakland City Council member Larry Reid underwent a heart procedure this week. He’s ready to vote on a Raiders lease.
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AROUND THE NFL
NFL Combine winners/losers: Justice Hill puts on a (brief) show - NFL.com
The first prospects hit the field Thursday at the 2019 NFL Scouting Combine, with the offensive linemen and running backs going through workouts. Who stood out? Bucky Brooks spotlights winners and losers.
Kyler Murray on Bryce Harper's $330 million contract: 'There’s quarterbacks making more per year than him' | NFL | Sporting News
NFL increases salary cap to $188.2M for 2019
The NFL and NFLPA have finalized a salary cap of $188.2 million for the 2019 season. With benefit costs, each team's total allotment for player costs will come in around $228.7 million.