The Raiders found themselves in a deep and came back, but it wasn't enough in a preseason road loss to the Rams.
For his entire 13-year career, Derrick Johnson has played just for the Chiefs. He knows the Chiefs fans pack Arrowhead for every home game and give the Chiefs a great home field advantage. Now he's seeing how the other half lives. He's seeing that Raider Nation isn't confined to Oakland. Today, they showed the Raider Nation presence in Los Angeles is significant and it took the former Chief aback, according to teammate James Cowser. “Derrick Johnson was like 'can you believe how many people are here?',” said Cowser. “I was like 'Dude, it's like this every game. You're gonna see, it's gonna be incredible.' You can just feel the energy when we do something right, that's why you gotta love the Raiders,
The Raiders exited the L.A. Coliseum after the 1994 season. Today, they’re back for the first time since leaving, for a preseason game against the Rams. “We’re well aware of the history,” L.A. Coliseum Director of Events and Customer Service Kevin Daly said, via the Los Angeles Daily News. “I think we’re prepared.” Security officials [more]
The 2018 NFL preseason takes center stage on Saturday, as there are a total of seven Week 2 games taking place across the day. Four of these contests will be nationally televised, with the action kicking off at 1 p.m. ET when the Minnesota Vikings host the Jacksonville Jaguars in a matchup of teams that fell short in their respective conference championship back in January. This is followed up by an all-California battle between the Los Angeles Rams and Oakland Raiders at 4 p.m. ET, while the Dallas Cowboys will take on the Cincinnati Bengals in a primetime showdown at 7 p.m. ET. The pigskin concludes with the Los Angeles Chargers going up against the Seattle Seahawks at 10 p.m. ET, the last
EXPOSITION PARK (CBSLA) — The LA Rams are hosting the Oakland Raiders tomorrow in their home preseason opener. As CBSLA's Greg Mills reports, there will be some new rules plus some new features at the game. The Rams are Super Bowl contenders. Their stadium, LA Coliseum, is a work in progress. While the stadium in Exposition Park is halfway through a major $270 million renovation, Rams fans will notice other changes this season. For example the Rams ticket policy. Only mobile or physical tickets will be allowed for Rams games. No more “print-at-home” tickets. One way to get mobile tickets is to click on the Rams app. A couple more clicks and you are set. A cool new feature you will see on your
Bruce Irvin was where Arden Key is now. That’s why the seven-year veteran has taken the rookie under his wing. “I just see a lot of myself in Arden,” Irvin said on The Raiders Insider Podcast, via Scott Bair of NBC Sports Bay Area. “When he was coming out, he had red flags. People were [more]
When the Raiders face the Rams on Saturday in their second preseason game, there will be two important 2018 debuts.
Oakland Raiders President Marc Badain says he wants to bring the team's summer camp to Reno when it moves to Las Vegas before the 2020 NFL season. Badain toured potential training sites Thursday at the University of Nevada, Reno and two high schools — Hug and Wooster. He told reporters following the tour with Reno Mayor Hillary Schieve (SHEE'-vee) and others he is "committed to trying to make sure the training camp is in northern Nevada." Badain said the decision will be based partly on where the team does its off-season training. He says the Raiders scouted three dozen potential sites before picking their current summer home in Napa, California. Schieve says she'll do whatever she can to bring
The Oakland Raiders, led by new head coach Jon Gruden and quarterback Derek Carr, meet the Los Angeles Rams, led by quarterback Jared Goff, in an NFL preseason game on Saturday, August 18, 2018 (8/18/18) at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in Los Angeles, California. Raiders defensive end Khalil Mack continues his holdout. Here's what you need to know: Who: Raiders (1-0) vs. Rams (0-1) What: NFL preseason, Week 2 When: Saturday, Aug. 18, 2018 Where: Los Angeles Coliseum, Los Angeles Time: 4 p.m. Eastern TV: NFL Network Livestream: NFL Game Pass, fuboTV (free trial) Line: Rams -2.5 (Over/under: 38.5) P.J. Hall and Maurice Hurst wasted little time providing the inside pass rush that Oakland Raiders
Aaron Rodgers is healthy again, which means he should put up big numbers. But in terms of fantasy, is he much better than the rest of the upper-tier QBs?