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December Raiders news tracker

All the latest NFL news and rumors

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December 30

10:33 a.m.: With some help from the Raiders, Miami kicker Jason Sanders is the AFC Special Teams Player of the Week.

December 29

1:21 p.m.: Dwayne Haskins went unclaimed and is a free agent. I’d expect him to sign somewhere for a minimum salary early in the offseason.

8:01 a.m.: One good thing about 2020: The New England Patriots are done.

December 28

9:35 a.m.: Henry Ruggs may not be doing much with the Raiders, but his college teammate, Jerry Jeudy. is struggling for the Denver Broncos, who the Raiders play Sunday.

December 27

10:51 a.m.: Take Vic Fangio off the list of potential new Raiders’ defensive coordinators. He’s reportedly keeping his job in Denver.

December 23

8:14 a.m.: Jack Murphy Stadium (yeah, that’s how I remember it) in San Diego is being demolished. Lots of Raiders-Chargers memories there.

December 22

9:08 a.m.: The NFL playoff picture is clearing up.

December 21

5:58 p.m.: The Raiders placed safety Erik Harris on the NFL’s reserve/COVID-19 list. He joins fellow defensive backs Daryl Worley and Isaiah Johnson on the list.

1:21 p.m.: The Raiders will face Von Miller in Denver in Week 17.

December 18

2:18 p.m.: The Raiders placed cornerback Daryl Worley, who made his 2020 Las Vegas debut Thursday night, on the NFL’s reserve/COVID-19 list. He could be ready for Week 16.

9:14 a.m.: Want to know how rare the Chargers’ game-winning touchdown against the Raiders was? PFT explains that this particularly harsh way to lose has only happened four times in the past 11 seasons. Not great!

December 17

12:28 p.m.: Raiders’ running back Josh Jacobs has joined the Wilson Sporting Goods Co. in an advisory role. He will help with football products.

9:12 a.m.: The Raiders will be without offensive coordinator Greg Olson, who is out with COVID-19 issues. Head coach Jon Gruden calls the plays.

9:01 a.m.: Chargers’ receiver Mike Williams is not expected to play tonight and fellow receiver Keenan Allen may be limited.

December 16

9:07 a.m.: Indianapolis Colts’ defensive back Kenny Moore was named the AFC Defensive Player of the Week for his performance in a win over the Raiders on Sunday.

December 15

10:43 a.m.: The NFL’s fight against the coronavirus is trending in the right direction,

10:21 a.m.: Raiders quarterback Derek Carr is not among the eight finalists for the Art Rooney Sportsmanship award. He was named the team’s nominee earlier this month.

December 14

2:39 p.m.: The Raiders made some roster moves.

9:58 a.m.: Here’s more on Jon Gruden’s firing of defensive coordinator Paul Guenther on Sunday night.

December 13

10:04 a.m.: Philip Rivers let’s us know how he feels about the Raiders, who he faces today.

December 12

12:21 p.m.: Raiders safety Johnathan Abram is trying to win an appeal on two massive fines.

December 11

9:38 a.m.: Good news on the coronavirus front heading into Week 14.

December 9

9:22 a.m.: Darren Waller was not named the AFC Offensive Player of the Week despite his 13-catch, 200-yard, two-touchdown performance against the Jets. Buffalo Bills’ quarterback Josh Allen won the award. Was Waller robbed? Maybe, but Allen did ball out against the 49ers on Monday night. He was 32-of-40, he threw for 375 yards and four touchdowns.

December 8

11:03 a.m.: Good news in the NFL’s fight against the coronavirus.

10:59 a.m.: Big news out of Philadelphia. If Carson Wentz is somehow moved next offseason, perhaps an AFC West team (Denver) could show interest.

December 7

9:43 a.m.: NFL coaching interviews will look different this year.

December 6

8:17 a.m.: There has been talk about sending the Rams and Chargers to Las Vegas due to increased COVID-19 restrictions in California, but that seems to be on hold for now.

December 4

9:38 a.m.: Mondays and Tuesdays are changing in the NFL for the rest of the season.

December 2 (Happy birthday, Willie Brown, RIP)

9:21 a.m.: Tyrod Taylor is not filing a grievance against the Chargers for an IV treatment mistake. We’ll see what Raiders’ right tackle Trent Brown does with a similar issue with the Raiders.

December 1

9:16 a.m.: Congrats to the Carr family for the birth of their fourth child and first daughter.