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Raiders February news tracker

All the latest Raiders and NFL news and rumors

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Feb, 28

1:31 p.m.: The Raiders made a move official.

8:59 a.m.: The Raiders may play in London in 2022.


Feb. 25

2:50 p.m.: This is cool.


Feb. 24

1:37 p.m.: The best team in the AFC West is keeping a key cog in 2022.

11:27 a.m.: Here’s good news on the NFL injury front.


Feb. 23

11:39 a.m.: A former Raiders’ assistant is staying in Vegas.

10:17 a.m.: A Davante Adams update. This will be interesting and this community is here for it.

8:20 a.m.: Patriots free agent cornerback J.C. Jackson is wondering if his team wants him. Expect the Raiders to be in the mix if he hits the open market March 14. Still, many expect him to be franchised tagged.


Feb. 22

8:06 a.m.: The window for applying the franchise tag has opened. The Raiders don’t have any candidates, but they will watching what’s going on in Green Bay pertaining a certain wide receiver.


Feb. 17

9:14 p.m.: Another addition to the coaching staff, Frank Okam defensive line coach

2:07 p.m.: Cre’Von LeBlanc is headed to Las Vegas. He was with the Patriots last season but didn’t record any snaps, but did play about 200 snaps for the Eagles in 2020 and has special teams experience.


Feb. 15

2:41 p.m.: Bisaccia is taking his assistant, Byron Storer, with him to Green Bay. Storer played for Bisaccia in Tampa Bay and every NFL coaching job he’s had has been under the Raiders’ former head coach.


Feb. 14

4:47 p.m.: Antonio Pierce is joining the Raiders’ coaching staff as the linebackers coach. Pierce was a Pro Bowl linebacker during his playing days and served as Arizona State’s defensive coordinator last season.

10:11 a.m.: Some tough news about a free-agent the Raiders could show interest in.

9:55 a.m.: This is how to watch the John Madden celebration of life tonight live from Oakland.


Feb. 11

3:04 p.m.: The bloodletting in the front office continues. Dave Ziegler isn’t messing around putting him own guys in place.

7:43 a.m.: As expected, the new Raiders’ regime is cleaning out the front office and wiping away remnants of the Jon Gruden-Mike Mayock era.


Feb. 10

12:41 p.m.: Salute to Rod Marinelli, who spent the past two seasons as the Raiders’ defensive line coach and finished the 2020 season as the defensive coordinator. It appears he’s retiring at the age of 72. He has spent the past 26 seasons as an NFL coach.

7:42 a.m.: Good luck to Raiders’ star tight end Darren Waller tonight as the NFL Walter Payton Man of the Year award will be announced.


Feb. 9

12:52 p.m.: NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell addressed the player legal issues in Las Vegas. He blames the players not the market.

8:44 a.m.: The NFL Combine invite list is out.


Feb. 8

3:10 p.m.: NFL reporter Aaron Wilson has reported Jason Simmons is becoming the Raiders’ new defensive backs coach. However, it has already been reported Chris Ash is taking over the group. It is possible both can be hired in different roles. This is a good reminder that until the Raiders make things official, nothing is for certain.

3:02 p.m.: And another one.

1:21 p.m.: Another Raiders’ assistant in on the move.

12:45 p.m.: The John Madden celebration of life has quite the lineup.

12:36 p.m.: It’s official — Rich Bisaccia is the Packers’ new special teams coach.

7:52 a.m.: A day after news broke the Raiders wanted to hire Joe Judge as special teams coach, it now appears he’s going back to New England.


Feb. 7

3:17 p.m.: Dennis Allen, who coached the Raiders from 2012-14, is getting another chance as a head coach, this time in New Orleans. He went just 8-28 with the Raiders.

2:28 p.m.: Ron Milus followed Gus Bradley from the Chargers to the Raiders and now it looks like they will be together in Indy.

10:50 a.m.: This potential hire has long made sense for the Raiders.

8:10 a.m.: It appears beloved former Raiders’ interim head coach Rich Bisaccia will land in Green Bay as the special teams coach. Congrats to a guy who has a special place in Raiders’ lore.


Feb. 4

3:50 p.m.: Gus Bradley wasn’t being kept in Las Vegas and now he’s the defensive coordinator in Indianapolis. He spent one season with the Raiders.

10:10 a.m.: The Graham interest has progress to him interviewing with the Raiders. The Giants are still in play. But he has Raiders’ ties.

6:52 a.m.: Former Giants’ DC Patrick Graham could be a Raiders’ defensive coordinator candidate if they don’t hire Sean Desai, formerly of the Bears.

6:23 a.m.: Former Raiders’ interim head coach Rich Bisaccia was the runner-up in Jacksonville.


Feb. 3

1:42 p.m.: Former Raiders’ interim head coach Rich Bisaccia is apparently a finalist for the head-coaching job in Jacksonville.

11:26 a.m.: Raiders’ wide receiver Hunter Renfrow, while at the Pro Bowl had some interesting to say about everything that is going on with the team. Like quarterback Derek Carr, he has talked to new coach Josh McDaniels and he is excited to get rolling.


Feb. 2

4:25 p.m.: The betting favorite to land in Las Vegas is staying put.

8:01 a.m.: According to our Matt Holder, who has his boots on the ground at the Senior Bowl in Mobile, Alabama, new Raiders coach Josh McDaniels will meet with his staff for the first time Thursday. Perhaps he should start getting some staff clarity soon afterward.


Feb. 1

12:57 p.m.: New Raiders’ coach Josh McDaniels has a message for season tickets holders.

12:52 p.m.: This Brian Flores’ lawsuit. Wow.

11:02 a.m.; A rival franchise is for sale.

8:04 a.m.: The career of the greatest NFL player ever is over. He was far from loved in this community, but he had to be respected.