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Fury Road

Starting with the haunting line “our world is fire and blood” the new Mad Max trailer perfectly encapsulates the excitement that I feel going into the 2015 season.  210 more words

Raiders sign rookie linebacker Ben Heeney

The Raiders have reached another deal with a draft pick, signing Kansas linebacker Ben Heeney to a four-year contract, the club said Wednesday.

A fifth-round pick from Kansas, Heeney (6-0, 231) recorded 127 tackles as a senior in 2014. 84 more words

Rumor Mill

2015 Pre-Draft Preview:Oakland Raiders


The Oakland Raiders did not have a very good opening campaign to new franchise quarterback Derek Carr’s career. In the hopes that Carr will not take a step back in his sophomore season the Raiders have gotten a new coaching staff and hopefully some nice shiny offensive toys for him to play with. 476 more words

NFL

Raiders GM McKenzie Happy With 1st Week Acquisitions

OAKLAND (AP) — Despite missing out on some of the biggest names on the open market like Ndamukong Suh and DeMarco Murray, Oakland Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie is happy with how the first week of free agency went. 556 more words

Sports

Not to be outdone by the Eagles, the Saints have made the craziest moves this offseason

It’s been widely reported that the Saints are shopping everyone on their roster except quarterback Drew Brees and wide receiver Brandin Cooks. Obviously that’s true considering they got rid of one of the best offensive players in the game in tight end Jimmy Graham. 270 more words

NFL

Saints are getting better, tougher by making tough decisions

Ben Grubs, Curtis Lofton, Jimmy Graham, Pierre Thomas, and very likely Kenny Stills.  The New Orleans Saints aren’t playing around and their decimation of the 2014 roster is proof. 756 more words

Editorials

Raiders add Williams, Lofton

AFC West Update

The Silver & Black have inked former Arizona Cardinals’ nose tackle Dan Williams to a contract averaging about $6 million a year with roughly $15 million in guaranteed money according to Kent Somers of AZCentral.com. 108 more words

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