Source: Raiders Fire GM Reggie McKenzieThe Oakland Raiders have fired general manager Reggie McKenzie less than two years after he was named the NFL's executive of the year.
Scott Bair on The Drive - 05/22/17Scott Bair talks Oakland Raider football on The Drive.
Scott Bair on The Drive - 05/03/17Scott Bair breaks down the Raiders draft on The Drive.
Raiders GM McKenzie Wants More After Winning Top Exec AwardGeneral manager Reggie McKenzie got rewarded for orchestrating the rebuild of the Oakland Raiders.
Raiders Look To Build On 1st Playoff Berth In 14 YearsInstead of thoughts of a Super Bowl, the Raiders lost a chance at the division and then their first playoff game in 14 years with a 27-14 loss to Houston on Saturday.
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The Grant Napear Show - February 24, 2015 - Seg 8
Keith Brooks and Carmichael Dave Show - Feb 23rd, 2015
Three Potential Targets For The Raiders In Free Agency
Should The Raiders Play For The No. 1 Pick In The Draft?Right now, the Oakland Raiders are 1-10, and if the season ended today, they'd get the No. 2 overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft. There's not a clear-cut stud or even a lot of depth at the top of the draft next year, so the Silver & Black need to be very smart about their next draft.
Six Games To History For Raiders Now, And It's Not Looking GoodThe 0-10 Oakland Raiders have six games remaining, and if they want to avoid the wrong kind of historic effort, the Silver & Black need to win at least one of those games. But it's not looking like that is going to happen, all things considered. Somewhere, the ghost of Al Davis is cringing and shaking his fist at the mess his once-proud team has become.
Oakland's Anemic Running Game Is Historically Bad This SeasonThe 2014 Oakland Raiders not only have yet to win a game this season, but they are also on pace to post the worst team rushing yards total since the NFL switched to 16-game seasons in 1978. That's right: The Silver & Black can't run the ball, and it's killing their rookie quarterback's chances to succeed.