5 Oakland Raiders to watch Sunday against the Chiefs
The Raiders have a short week to prepare for the division rival Chiefs and here are the players to keep an eye on.
Raiders' Curtis Riley ready to step up in Johnathan Abram's absence | NBCS Bay Area
Losing Johnathan Abram is big, but it's next man up for the Raiders.
Jon Gruden praises Raiders TE Darren Waller, calls him ‘special’
Jon Gruden praises Raiders TE Darren Waller, calls him 'special'
Former Raiders receiver Jordy Nelson reflects on his first year retired | NBCS Bay Area
Jordy Nelson is back on his family farm enjoying his first year as a retired NFL player.
The glass is going up: Raiders' Allegiant Stadium becomes a pane | KSNV
Black metal panels and dark-tinted glass plates are now being attached to the massive steel frame of Allegiant Stadium, the future home of the Las Vegas Raiders.
Denver vs. Chicago: Bears could face depleted Broncos team in Week 2 | NBC Sports Chicago
The Chicago Bears and Denver Broncos released their first injury updates of Week 2, and if Wednesday's practice report is any indication of who will play Sunday, the Bears will have a major advantage on both sides of the ball.You can check out the Bears' injury report here.
Courtland Sutton was the Broncos bright spot - Mile High Report
In the loss to the Raiders, Sutton showed he can be a WR1
Tyreek Hill injury: what’s ahead next for Kansas City Chiefs? - Arrowhead Pride
Who’s going to fill in for the Chiefs No. 1 WR while he’s out?
KC Chiefs defense: not a great showing vs. Jaguars, but enough to win - Arrowhead Pride
A look into the numbers of Steve Spagnuolo’s Chiefs debut.
Chargers' Henry suffers fracture to left knee
Chargers tight end Hunter Henry will continue to be evaluated and no time frame has been determined for his return after he suffered a tibial plateau fracture to his left knee.
Chargers bring in three tight ends for workouts amid Hunter Henry injury – ProFootballTalk
With Hunter Henry set to miss at least a month due to a tibial plateau fracture in his left knee, the Los Angeles Chargers brought in a trio of tight ends for workouts. Ben Koyack, Will Tye and Luke Willson were among six players the Chargers hosted for workouts this week.
How Much Can An NFL Fan Read Into The Ravens’ Blowout Win? | FiveThirtyEight
The Baltimore Ravens’ 59-10 Week 1 demolition of the Miami Dolphins seemed to mark the arrival of Lamar Jackson as a complete quarterback, the establishment of …
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Our Week 2 picks against the spread for the NFL slate.
Flowing streams: NFL ratings up on digital, TV
Viewership of the NFL's Week 1 games rose 5% compared to 2018, the league announced Wednesday. The rise included a 43% spike in digital streaming.
Girlfriend of Brown's Chris Smith killed in car crash
The driver who struck Petara Cordero told police she had been drinking but has not yet been charged.