Sources: Raiders redo contract to reward Crosby

The Raiders have reworked the contract of three-time Pro Bowl defensive end Maxx Crosby to give him a $6 million raise for the upcoming season, league sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter.


Raiders' O'Connell gets first snap over Minshew

Aidan O'Connell has "earned the right" to take the first snap for the Raiders in his quarterback battle with Gardner Minshew, according to coach Antonio Pierce.


Raiders release Garoppolo, Renfrow to save $19M

The Raiders are releasing quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo and wide receiver Hunter Renfrow on Wednesday.


Source: Raiders add Minshew to vie for QB job

The Las Vegas Raiders have agreed to terms with veteran quarterback Gardner Minshew on a two-year, $25 million free-agent contract with $15 million guaranteed, a source confirmed to ESPN.


'He's a Raider': GM says Adams won't be traded

Raiders general manager Tom Telesco essentially shut down trade speculation about receiver Davante Adams, saying Tuesday, "He's a Raider."


'Magic' Mahomes wins his third Super Bowl MVP

Moments after leading a winning drive, Patrick Mahomes was named Super Bowl MVP on Sunday, fresh off a performance in which he threw for 333 yards and ran for 66 more, leading the Chiefs to a 25-22 win over the 49ers.


NFLPA says 92% of players want grass over turf

A vast majority of players in the union want to play on natural grass fields, NFLPA executive director Lloyd Howell said Tuesday.


Eagles to open season in NFL's first Brazil game

The Philadelphia Eagles will play in the NFL's first game played in Brazil on the opening weekend of the 2024 season, the league announced Monday.


Sources: Kingsbury expected to be Raiders OC

The Las Vegas Raiders are expected to hire former Arizona Cardinals coach Kliff Kingsbury as their offensive coordinator, sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter.


Davis: New GM Telesco right 'fit' for Raiders

Raiders owner Mark Davis said he chose former Chargers general manager Tom Telesco for the same role in Las Vegas because it was the right "fit."