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February Raiders news tracker

All the latest Raiders and NFL news and rumors

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February 21

11:46 a.m.: The Raiders-Justin Fields rumors persist.

February 20

4:32 p.m.: Not a surprise.

2:36 p.m.: A former Raiders’ coach has landed.

11:12 a.m.: Tom Brady will soon be losing a gig.

February 16

10:20 a.m.: The Seahawks are hiring former Raiders running backs coach Kennedy Polamalu for the same position. Polamalu spent the last two years in Las Vegas. He also has experience working with Pete Carrol, former Seahawks head coach and current advisor and executive vice president, at USC.

February 15

12:58 p.m.: The Bears are releasing guard Cody Whitehair, who played for the Raiders’ new offensive coordinator Luke Getsy in Chicago. Las Vegas also has a need at guard this offseason, so Whitehair is a name to keep an eye on.

11:13 a.m.: A day after the Raiders hired former 49ers assistant offensive line coach James Cregg to coach their o-line, San Francisco is returning the favor by hiring Las Vegas’ former assistant offensive line coach Cameron Clemmons to the same position. Clemmons had been with the Silver and Black for three seasons.

February 14

11:21 a.m.: Marc Trestman, the Raiders' offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach from 2001 to 2003, is joining Jim Harbaugh’s staff with the Chargers as a senior offensive assistant. Trestman and Harbaugh worked together in Oakland.

February 13

10:32 a.m.: De’Andre Pierce, Antonio Pierce’s son, is joining the Raiders’ coaching staff as an offensive quality control coach. De’Andre played defensive back at Boise State and Arizona State before spending this past season as a QC coach at Cal Poly.

February 12

8:37 a.m.: Roger Goodell basically confirmed Las Vegas and the Raiders will host more Super Bowls in the future.

February 11

1:32 p.m.: Davante Adams to the Jets? Nope.

February 10

6:20 p.m.: The NFL informed Davante Adams that he won’t be punished for shoving a photographer after the Week 5 game against the Chiefs on Monday Night Football in 2022.

February 8

12:38 p.m.: Former Chicago Bears assistant offensive line coach Luke Steckel will be joining new offensive coordinator Luke Getsy in Las Vegas as the Raiders’ tight ends coach.

11:39 a.m.: Former Raiders defensive pass-game coordinator Jason Simmons was granted permission to interview with the Washington Commanders earlier this week. Now, he’s reportedly heading to D.C. to fill the same role.

9:50 a.m.: Former Raiders wide receiver Rod Sherman passed away, the team announced. Sherman played four seasons with the Silver and Black, 1967 and 1969-1971, and helped the team win an AFL Championship in ‘67.

February 7

4:59 p.m.: And there it is, Johnson was just messing around. Carry on.

12:59 p.m.: Former NFL receiver Chad Johnson says he’s joining the Raiders in an undisclosed role. Johnson is famous for having fun, so we shall see if it’s true. He does have ties to assistant head coach Marvin Lewis, so maybe it’s true. We shall see.

February 6

1:44 p.m.: Antonio Pierce has an icy response to a Kliff Kingsbury question.

1:41 p.m.: Former Raiders’ guard Netane Muti has landed with the Lions.

9:12 a.m.: The Raiders are eying Virginia receiver Malik Washington.

February 5

1:20 p.m.: Raiders’ assistant Jason Simmons may be on the move.

6:32 a.m.: A day after bolting from the Raiders, Kliff Kingsbury has landed in Washington as the Commanders’ offensive coordinator.

February 2

11:59 a.m.: RIP to the great Carl Weathers. The legendary actor died at the age of 76 this week. He played eight games (as a linebacker and safety) for the Oakland Raiders spanning 1970-71.

11:43 a.m.: San Francisco assistant Klint Kubiak, who the Raiders reportedly had interest in for their offensive coordinator before hiring Kliff Kingsbury on Thursday, is close to heading to new Orleans to work with Derek Carr.

February 1

2:28 p.m.: Marvis Lewis’ official title will be as assistant head coach to Antonio Pierce. He was around the team last season.