The Grant Napear Show with Doug Christie; Jim PlunkettFormer QB Jim Plunkett joined Grant and Doug to talk about the Celebrity Golf Changer classic happening later in the month. Plus he reflects on the Raiders move and his time playing during a different era.
Kayte Christensen: Is It Kaepernick's Method Or Message?Three weeks after people finally noticed Colin Kaepernick was staying seated during the National Anthem in week 3 of NFL preseason action, his choice of protest is still dominating the headlines.
Rookie Spotlight: Silver & Black Defense Rises With Addition Of Strong Safety Karl JosephOakland Raiders rookie safety Karl Joseph is compact and powerful, and the team will look to their first-round draft pick to help soften the blow of losing future Hall of Famer Charles Woodson to retirement.
Raiders Draft West Virginia S Karl Joseph 14th Overall The Oakland Raiders set out this offseason knowing they needed to retool a secondary that was suspect at times last year and then lost star safety Charles Woodson to retirement.
Charles Woodson Hired By ESPN As NFL AnalystCharles Woodson has a new role in pro football: NFL analyst for ESPN.
Team Grades: Raiders Fall Short In Season Finale Against ChiefsWith a chance to close out the year with an 8-8 record, the Raiders fell short against a Chiefs team that's gearing up to make some noise in this year's 2016 NFL playoffs.
Injury Report: Raiders' Khalil Mack, Amari Cooper Ready To Upset Chiefs At Arrowhead StadiumWith one game remaining on the schedule, there are a number of Raiders' players who believe that a win over the Chiefs in Week 17 would help build momentum towards the 2016 NFL season.
Woodson's Impact On Raiders Will Be Felt After RetirementCharles Woodson was unable to lead the Raiders back to the playoffs in his second stint in Oakland. But if the Raiders manage to get back to the postseason after Woodson retires, he will deserve credit for the work he has done the past three years in teaching young players and creating a winning culture.
Woodson's Emotional Night Ends In Raiders 23-20 OT Win Over ChargersWith emotions running high, the Raiders were able to claw their way to a victory, defeating the Chargers 23-20 in overtime and sending Charles Woodson into retirement with a win in what could be the franchise's final game in the East Bay.
Oakland Is Healthy And Ready For Thursday Night Football Against ChargersIn their final home game of the season, Jack Del Rio and the Raiders will have a full roster available against a Chargers team looking to spoil the festivities.
Charles Woodson’s Teammates Weigh In On Announcement Of His RetirementPrior to what could be the Raiders final home game in Oakland, a number of core players were asked to weigh in on Charles Woodson's decision to retire at season's end.
Charles Woodson To Retire After 2015 SeasonCharles Woodson's return to Oakland began with hundreds of fans gathering at the team's facility urging him to come back.
Raiders' Charles Woodson Ready To Stick It To Former Team In Week 15With a showdown with his former team looming, Raiders safety Charles Woodson is ready to take a page out of Brett Favre's book and stick it to the Packers and their superstar quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
Woodson, Staley Among Award FinalistsCharles Woodson and Calvin Johnson are among eight finalists for the NFL's Art Rooney Sportsmanship Award. Joining the Raiders safety and Lions receiver are running backs Matt Forte of the Bears and Justin Forsett of the Ravens; linebacker Luke Kuechly of the Panthers; quarterback Matt Hasselbeck of the Colts; cornerback Jason McCourty of the Titans; and tackle Joe Staley of the 49ers.
Woodson Still Admired By Michigan Fans, The Lions, TooCharles Woodson has quite a fan club in Michigan. In addition to the people who still fondly remember the Heisman Trophy winner helping the Wolverines win a national championship in 1997, the Oakland Raiders safety has admirers among the Detroit Lions.