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Raiders Cut Ties With S Nate Allen After 1 Season In OaklandOakland cut ties with Allen on Tuesday, less than one year after signing him as a free agent. Allen's $4.9 million salary for 2016 would have been guaranteed if he was on the roster Wednesday.
Raiders' Justin Tuck Announces RetirementTuck, 32 years old, has spend 11 seasons in the National Football League. During that time, Tuck has won two Super Bowls with the New York Giants and was selected to the Pro-Bowl twice.
Former Raiders Defensive End Gets Life In Prison For MurdersFormer Oakland Raiders defensive end Anthony Wayne Smith was sentenced Friday to life in prison without parole for the 1999 torture killings of two brothers and the 2001 slaying of another man.
Raiders WR Cooper Added To Pro Bowl As Injury ReplacementOakland Raiders rookie receiver Amari Cooper was added to the Pro Bowl as an injury replacement. The NFL announced Thursday that Cooper would take the place of New York Jets wideout Brandon Marshall.
Oakland Raiders Choose Odd Photo To Congratulate Derek Carr On Pro BowlOakland Raiders quarterback Derek Carr was named to his first Pro Bowl, but it's the picture his team used to share the news that's getting the most buzz.
Raiders QB Derek Carr Picked As Pro Bowl ReplacementOakland Raiders quarterback Derek Carr was added to the Pro Bowl roster as an injury replacement for Green Bay's Aaron Rodgers.
Top 5 Super Bowl ControversiesEvery year, the world obsesses itself with the Super Bowl. Each day leading up to the big game, local, national and international media coverage is just another angle to a football game played between the league's top two teams, so drama and controversy is only inevitable.
NFL Owners Had To Act On LA Now, And Kroenke Had The GoodsPainted into a corner by their own doing, NFL owners came up with a semi-solution to the hole in their roster that was Los Angeles.
With Rams Returning To LA, Challenges Abound For 3 NFL TeamsThe Rams belong to Los Angeles once again. The Chargers might be headed there, as well. What about the Raiders? Who knows at this point.
Source: Oakland Raiders Staying Put, Won't Move To Los AngelesThe Raiders and Chargers had agreed to share a stadium in Carson, California. Rams owner Stan Kroenke wants to build a $1.8 billion showplace in Inglewood, closer to downtown LA.
Report: Raiders Will Stay In OaklandThe Raiders are currently staying in Oakland. Still have an option to move else where.
Relocation Committee Backs Raiders-Chargers LA Stadium BidThe NFL relocation committee has backed the San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders to build a $1.7 billion stadium in Carson, California.

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