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Raiders unlikely to draft a quarterback in first round

Seems like Mike Mayock and Jon Gruden are planning to roll with Derek Carr in 2019.

Raiders host both Josh Allen and Clelin Ferrell for pre-draft visits

Both defensive ends would significantly help Paul Guenther’s defense.

Raiders seven-round mock draft

With the fourth overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, the Oakland Raiders select...

2019 NFL mock draft: Noah Fant can start for rebuilt Raiders

In the SB Nation NFL writers’ mock draft, Oakland gets Jared Cook’s replacement.

Raiders draft radar 2019: Running backs

Should Alabama’s Josh Jacobs be on the Raider’s radar?

Raiders officially sign defensive end Benson Mayowa

Mayowa rejoins the Silver & Black after having previously spent two seasons (2014-2015) with the team.

Should Raiders trade back from number four in the draft?

It would be difficult to pass on a star defensive lineman such as Alabama’s Quinnen Williams.

AFC West

Andy Reid says that despite all the changes in defense, he’ll let them “do their thing”

For the first time since Reid arrived in 2013, the Chiefs do not have defensive continuity going into the next season.

Kahale Warring would be an ideal complement to Travis Kelce for Chiefs

Kansas City could add a developmental tight end that could contribute immediately.

Broncos have plenty of options in the draft

There will be lots of talented players for Denver to choose from at ten overall.

Peter King: “I won’t be shocked if Denver drafts Dwayne Haskins at ten”

Could Haskins be the franchise quarterback that the Broncos have desperately needed since Peyton Manning retired?

Chargers finally make powder blue uniforms their official home color

The Chargers are finally giving the people what they want.

Chargers sign WR Travis Benjamin to a one-year extension

Benjamin’s deal includes a $3 million signing bonus and keeps him in Los Angeles through the 2020 season.

Around The NFL

Bears TE Zach Miller retires 18 months after suffering horrific leg injury

Seahawks make Russell Wilson highest paid player in NFL history

Patriots sign WR Demaryius Thomas