Oakland, CA – It was the most points an opponent has scored against the Raiders in franchise history. Alex Smith returned to the Bay Area for the first time since being traded from the San [...]
Julia Bonin, a third grade teacher at Millsmont Academy, 3200 62nd Ave, knew she had to be creative in establishing a mechanism to impact the lives of her students beyond the confines of a classroom.
Oakland, CA – The quarterback controversy is over. But the offensive struggles still remain. Neither Matt McGloin nor Terrell Pryor have solved the ongoing issues that have stifled this offense. Week fourteen is upon us [...]
Head Coach Jayce Goree of Oakland High School on Tuesday was presented with the Oakland Raiders “Coach of the Week” after his Wildcats defeated Oakland Tech 14-12, improving record to 3-5.
In an ongoing commitment to the community, the Oakland Raiders have developed another innovative program to benefit local students. The program, named First & Goal Kids, kicked off with the 2013 home opener against the [...]
Oakland Raiders teamed up with Westlake Middle School on Tuesday to discuss the importance of healthy living and active lifestyles as apart of United Way’s Annual “Hometown Huddle” campaign. Un
Oakland, CA – It was the latest NFL game ever scheduled but that didn’t stop the Raiders from coming out and playing good football in Sunday’s late game.
Oakland, CA – A controversial summer led to the Raiders awarding Terrelle Pryor with the starting job. But after a concussion last week, Matt Flynn was given the nod after Pryor’s symptoms returned despite clearing [...]
In his first regular season game, Charles Woodson received a warm welcome from the sellout crowd at the O.Co Coliseum. It was the Oakland Raiders first home win and Woodson seemed more like the rookie [...]