This is the April 29, 2013 news archive. View today's Raiders rumors and news.
Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie said that recently-acquired Matt Flynn is the starting quarterback when organized workouts start next week, Vic Tafur of the San Francisco Chronicle reports. “We’re going to begin with Matt Flynn,” McKenzie sa
Share TweetThe Raiders have supplemented their draft class with 14 undrafted free agents. And here’s the part where we list them all by name, position, and school. They are: linebacker Billy Boyko, Lehigh; defensive back Adrian Bushell, Louisville; punter Bobby Co
College coach vouches for Oakland RBUpdated Apr 29 Share TweetGeorge O’Leary is a former NFL defensive coordinator. He knows what it takes for a running back to succeed in the league, and O’Leary thinks new Oakland Raiders running back Latavius Murray has what it takes to make it at the next level. Oakland tookSource: ESPN.com
Ranking AFC West teams in NFL draftUpdated Apr 29 Share TweetEvery other team in the AFC West these days is chasing the Denver Broncos, a team many view as a legitimate Super Bowl contender. The Raiders, Kansas City Chiefs and San Diego Chargers combined for an 0-6 mark against the Broncos last season, but they o…Source: insidebayarea.com
Chiefs score near the bottom in annual NFL fan loyalty indexUpdated Apr 29 Share TweetBefitting their 2-win 14-loss season, the franchise finished in the bottom five in a branding and marketing survey released Monday of all the NFL teams. Only the Cleveland Browns, Jacksonville Jaguars and Oakland Raiders were worse. Oakland actually fin…Source: kansascity.com
D.J. Hayden: Dream & MiracleApr 29D.J. Hayden and Tom Rinaldi detail Hayden's incredible journey from life-threatening injury to first-round draft pick.
NFL Hot Read - Will Johnny Manziel succeed in the NFL?Apr 29Because of his skills and the evolution of the quarterback position, Johnny Manziel could be the most fascinating player in the 2014 NFL draft, Jeffri Chadiha writes.
Peter King: Inside the Rams' war room and more draft thoughtsApr 29ST. LOUIS -- When you spend a round in a team's war room, as I did Thursday night with the Rams, you understand why so many players, coaches, scouts and executives are magnetized to this game and cannot give it up.