9:53 a.m.: The Athletic reports Raiders’ guard Richie Incognito is getting healthy and will be ready to play this year. There is a chance he could be a salary-cap cut, though.
Three months after surgery, Incognito is already back running and is ready to return to the Raiders next season. https://t.co/Zq7mlKmFAR— Vic Tafur (@VicTafur) February 26, 2021
9:16 a.m.: As another report of the Russell Wilson-Seattle Seahawks rift emerged, the Raiders are being connected to the quarterback again. I never say never, but don’t sit around waiting for this one,
Russell Wilson's camp has approached the Seattle Seahawks for a potential trade, per @MikeDugar, @SandoNFL and @JaysonJenks— PFF (@PFF) February 25, 2021
Potential destinations include: Dolphins, Jets, Saints, and Raiders.
Wilson was PFF's 6th highest-graded QB in 2020 (90.5) pic.twitter.com/u6neuHS6cb
1:54 p.m.: The Raiders announced they cut receiver Tyrell Williams. This has been coming for weeks.
9:56 a.m.: JuJu is getting wishy-washy. Now, he is saying he wants to be with the Pittsburgh Steelers for his career. The free agent has previously mentioned other teams, including the Raiders as a possible landing spot. The Raiders are reportedly interested in Smith-Schuster as well. My thoughts remain the same: Nah.
8:19 a.m.: The NFL is leaning toward playing 17 games in the regular season and three games in the preseason in 2021.
From last night: NFL owners and the league are trying to complete the arrangements to put the 17-game season into effect in 2021, likely with a three-game preseason. "I don’t think anything is definite, but I think it will be 17 and three,” source says.... https://t.co/aoMahJtnf0— MarkMaske (@MarkMaske) February 23, 2021
12:03 a.m.: NFL Media believes Marcus Mariota will likely be traded.
1:18 p.m.: The Packers cut linebacker Christian Kirksey, who the Raiders had interest in last year. They could possibly look at him again.
Packers released LB Christian Kirksey and OT Rick Wagner.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) February 19, 2021
9:16 a.m.: There is yet another safety available to the Raiders.
Panthers informed starting safety Tre Boston today that they are releasing him, per source.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) February 19, 2021
9:23 a.m.: Good news for the Raiders: The NFL salary cap will be, at least, $180 million and it could be higher. Still, Las Vegas needs to cut some players.
NFL informed teams today the salary cap this season will be a minimum of $180 million.— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) February 18, 2021
#Broncos QB situation will dominate offseason discussion. They will pursue Watson if #Texans decide to trade him. They are not in on Wentz. Lock has handled noise well, working out, focused on having a great offseason. He understands he has to get better to keep/win job. #Denver7 pic.twitter.com/uOERYWEnmJ— Troy Renck (@TroyRenck) February 15, 2021
8:14 a.m.: The Cleveland Browns may be closing in on signing J.J. Watt. The Raiders have been quiet in the Watt talks.
11:59 a.m.: Mark Davis officially owns an WNBA team. How cool.
OFFICIAL: The @WNBA and @NBA Board of Governors have unanimously approved the sale of the Las Vegas Aces from MGM Resorts International to new owner Mark Davis, it was announced today by WNBA Commissioner Cathy Engelbert. pic.twitter.com/ArTCSsFhrL— Las Vegas Aces (@LVAces) February 12, 2021
9:14 a.m.: The Raiders were one of the teams at Trevor Lawrence’s Pro Day. I wouldn’t read too much into it, though.
11:03 a.m.: Raiders’ tackle Trent Brown may not be the only high-profile tackle on the move. The Baltimore Ravens may trade Orlando Brown.
Sources: #Ravens OT Orlando Brown wants to be traded. After tweeting his desire to only play left tackle – he filled in there for Ronnie Stanley and shined this season – Brown will only play for a team that will play him at his preferred spot. Baltimore would need a major haul.— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) February 10, 2021
2;04 p.m.: The Raiders re-signed offensive lineman Lester Cotton.
9:03 a.m.: Here’s the details of Nathan Peterman’s new deal with the Raiders.
Details on a pair of recent extensions signed:— Field Yates (@FieldYates) February 9, 2021
Raiders QB Nathan Peterman: 1-year, $1M base salary (guaranteed), $25K workout bonus, max value of $2.775M via incentives.
49ers LS Taybor Pepper: 2-years, $2.08M. $80K signing bonus, $220K of his $920K salary for 2021 guaranteed.
9:12 a.m.: Jay Gruden, brother of Jon, doesn’t expect Derek Carr to be traded. Join the club, buddy,
9:31 a.m.: Remember when the NFL hated gambling? Now, look at them, even with a team in Las Vegas and everything.
A big new gaming deal for the NFL: pic.twitter.com/eckvPhILRy— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) February 4, 2021
2:12 p.m.: David Irving could come back to the Raiders, says ESPN.
After visiting the Colts yesterday, former Cowboys DL David Irving visited the Lions today. A return to the Raiders could still happen, but he’s making the rounds for now.— Field Yates (@FieldYates) February 3, 2021
9:32 a.m.; So far, so good on having a COVID-free Super Bowl.
A good sign on the Wednesday before Super Bowl LV: Both the #Chiefs and #Bucs players are clear of COVID-19 issues based on the latest round of testing, source said. Two KC players remain on the COVID list as high-risk close contacts.— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) February 3, 2021
9:02 a.m.: The NFL is doing a good thing Sunday at the Super Bowl.
The #NFL is providing all 25,000 fans with these free PPE kits upon arrival at the stadium for #SBLV. All personnel and fans, including the 7,500 vaccinated health care heroes who are receiving free tickets from the NFL, will be required to wear face coverings through the game. pic.twitter.com/X4RrKuSj5c— Brian McCarthy (@NFLprguy) February 2, 2021
10:02 a.m.: The Denver Broncos are in the quarterback market. If they score big, the Raiders will have to deal with three top-level QBs in the AFC West.