The Chiefs have reeled off three consecutive 12-win seasons, and Las Vegas oddsmakers expect them to hit that mark again in the first 17-game regular season in NFL history.
Cornerback Rasul Douglas made 11 starts and finished with a career-high 62 tackles with nine pass breakups last season for the Carolina Panthers.
Las Vegas is favored in six of nine home games and underdogs in all eight road games. Fifteen games feature lines of six or less and nine are three or less.
The rookie season on Tanner Muse was wiped out by a painful toe injury. But the Clemson product is on target for a full return, and he can’t wait.
Vegas Nation’s Heidi Fang and Adam Hill discuss what defensive players could be a good fit for the Raiders
As much as Raiders players might care about health and safety, skipping in-person offseason workouts isn’t primarily a pandemic narrative.
Raiders mailbag: Sheldon Richardson and Richard Sherman are on the market and fit Gus Bradley’s system perfectly. Are the Raiders interested?
The good news is a deep draft class at tackle offers options in the first three rounds. But the longer the Raiders wait, the more the odds shrink of finding a starter.
Players cited ongoing concerns over COVID-19 for the outcome of the vote, which came after players spent the last two days contemplating their position,
The partnership expands upon an agreement that formed in January 2019, when the NFL named Caesars Entertainment its first casino sponsor.
The first round of the NFL draft hasn’t seen six quarterbacks selected since the famed quarterback class of 1983, which produced John Elway, Dan Marino and Jim Kelly.
Arden Key started 14 games at defensive end last season, making 15 tackles, including two for loss. Maurice Hurst Jr. started 11 games at tackle, finishing with 27 tackles.
Generation-Z sports fans place more emphasis on social-justice issues than previous generations, forcing sports leagues and teams to take notice.
Research shows that Generation Z, those born around the mid-1990s and beyond, are huge sports fans, but they consume sports differently. Leagues are taking note.
After a series of meetings on Wednesday, the Raiders will sleep on things before taking a vote on whether to participate in OTAs.