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2019 Schedule
4-12, 4th in AFC West
Riddick: Raiders are going to 'surprise a lot of people' (1:42)
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3dDan Graziano

Source: WR Bryant applies for reinstatement

WR Martavis Bryant has formally applied to the NFL for reinstatement from an indefinite suspension the league imposed in December, a source told ESPN.

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6dPaul Gutierrez

Raiders' Incognito docked 2 games for conduct

Offensive lineman Richie Incognito has been suspended for the Raiders' first two regular-season games for violating the NFL's personal conduct policy.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

Richie Incognito has been slapped with a two-game suspension by the NFL.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

The Raiders announced Tuesday night that they had signed first-round draft pick Josh Jacobs to his rookie contract. The running back was the second of Oakland's three first-round selections, No. 24 overall, and the first tailback drafted. Jacobs is the ninth and final Raiders draft pick to sign his contract.

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9dPaul Gutierrez

Raiders' Brown says he settled balcony incident

Oakland Raiders receiver Antonio Brown announced Monday night that he has reached a settlement in an incident from April 2018 in which he allegedly yelled at security and threw items off a South Florida apartment balcony.

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15dPaul Gutierrez

Raiders' Davis: HOFers' families should get rings

Raiders owner Mark Davis hopes the precedent of the family of late Broncos owner Pat Bowlen receiving a Hall of Fame ring and gold jacket "opens the door" to awarding rings and jackets to the families of all deceased enshrinees.

29d

Who's Drinking the Raider-ade?

Mina and Field Yates evaluate the offseason in the AFC West and discuss how the Raiders (8:20), Chargers (20:09), Broncos (38:13), and Chiefs (46:52) will fare this season. Plus, who at ESPN has the best hair (55:23)?

Woody applauds Raiders for taking rookies to Google (1:52)

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

The Raiders announced they have signed first-round draft picks Clelin Ferrell, the No. 4 overall draft pick, and Johnathan Abram, the No. 27 overall pick, as well as second-round cornerback Trayvon Mullen, the 40th overall selection, to their rookie contracts on Tuesday. That means that eight of Oakland's nine draft picks are signed, leaving only first-round running back Josh Jacobs (No. 24 overall) as unsigned. All of the rookies took part in the team's offseason training program, though, with Ferrell and Abram getting reps with the first-team defense at defensive end and safety, respectively, and are finishing out the Raiders' player engagement program this week.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

Raiders mandatory minicamp is finished. Jon Gruden has cancelled tomorrow's practice. The Raiders has a second-team walkthrough today, with starters lifting weights. Report day for training camp in Napa is July 26, with the first practice the next day.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

Daniel Carlson set a Raiders franchise record last season in converting 16 of 17 field goals, including his last 15 in a row after being cut by Minnesota as a fifth-round draft pick. "You always get worse or better," Carlson said. "I always want to improve, continue to build on what I had last year." Carlson said a pep talk from coach Jon Gruden and special teams coordinator Rich Bisaccia after an early FG miss at the 49ers gave him confidence, and a reminder to never get too high or too low.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

Arden Key's first sit down with new defensive line coach Brentson Buckner began with Buckner putting on a tape of "my ALMOST 13 sacks," Key said with a laugh on Wednesday. "It was very nerve-wracking." Key, who was supposed to be a third-down pass-rush specialist but had to play every down and had one sack as a rookie last year, said he played with a shoulder injury incurred in training camp, a malady that required surgery in January. He said he is healthy now and has put on 15 pounds to get to 260 since the start of OTAs. "The D-line is going to be different this year," said Key, again expected to be a third-down pass rusher.

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Team Stats

Passing Yards234.418th
Rushing Yards101.825th
Points For18.128th
Points Against29.232nd