|Apr 23 2018 - Daryl Worley|
CB Daryl Worley signed with the Oakland Raiders, the team announced Monday. The Raiders are Worley's third team in less than two months. The Philadelphia Eagles acquired Worley in a trade in early March that sent wide receiver Torrey Smith the Carolina Panthers. However, the Eagles released Worley on April 15, just hours after he was arrested and tased by police near the team facility. Worley was arrested for driving under the influence as well as on weapons and disorderly conduct charges after he was found passed out inside a vehicle at an intersection in Philadelphia. Worley, 23, started 14 games for the Panthers last year, when he had two interceptions, 10 passes defensed, one sack and 63 tackles.
|Apr 23 2018 - Amari Cooper|
WR Amari Cooper had the fifth-year option on his contract exercised by the Oakland Raiders, extending his contract through the 2019 season, the team announced Monday. The announcement comes as no surprise, even though Cooper's production declined in 2017. If Cooper, 23, were to play under a fifth-year option in 2019, he would make approximately $13.9 million. He was named to the Pro Bowl in each of his first two seasons. After catching 83 passes for 1,153 yards and five touchdowns in 2016, Cooper had 48 receptions for 680 yards and seven scores last season.
|Apr 22 2018 - Amari Cooper|
WR Amari Cooper likely will have the fifth-year option of his contract picked up by the Oakland Raiders, ESPN's Josina Anderson reported on Sunday. Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie said the team has had conversations with Cooper's agent. While McKenzie did not divulge if the team would pick up the option for the 2019 season, Anderson reported that club is set to exercise it "imminently." That option will pay him $13.9 million for the 2019 season, per Spotrac.com.
|Apr 15 2018 - Daryl Worley|
The Philadelphia Eagles announced Sunday that they released CB Daryl Worley, hours after he was arrested. Worley was tased and arrested early Sunday morning after he was found passed out inside a vehicle that was blocking a highway, according to reports. Worley was tased during the 6 a.m. arrest after he reportedly became combative toward police. A gun was also recovered at the scene at Broad Street and Pattison Avenue, near the team's NovaCare Complex facility in South Philadelphia. The Eagles later confirmed Worley had been arrested. Reports then surfaced that he could be released by the team. ESPN reported that key decision makers were expected to discuss the matter. The Eagles are scheduled to begin their offseason workout program on Monday.
|Apr 15 2018 - Daryl Worley|
CB Daryl Worley was tased and arrested early Sunday morning after he was allegedly found passed out inside a vehicle blocking a highway, according to NFL Network. Per the NFL Network, Worley was tased during the 6 a.m. arrest after he allegedly became combative toward police. A gun was also recovered at the scene in South Philadelphia, per the report.
|Apr 9 2018 - Denver Kirkland|
OL Denver Kirkland was one of five exclusive rights free agents re-signed by the Oakland Raiders, the team announced Monday. Kirkland played in six games, including four starts, for the Raiders last season.
|Apr 9 2018 - Erik Harris|
S Erik Harris was one of five eclusive rights free agents who re-signed with the Oakland Raiders, the team announced Monday. Harris played in 15 games on special teams,
|Apr 9 2018 - James Cowser|
DE James Cowser was one of five exclusive rights free agents re-signed by the Oakland Raiders, the team announced Monday. Cowser played in 16 games last season, when he forced one fumble, recovered two fumbles and had 19 tackles.
|Apr 9 2018 - Shilique Calhoun|
LB Shilique Calhoun was one of five exclusive rights free agents re-signed by the Oakland Raiders, the team announced Monday. Calhoun played in nine games for the Raiders in 2017 and had six tackles.
|Apr 9 2018 - Giorgio Tavecchio|
K Giorgio Tavecchio was one of five exclusive right free agents re-signed by the Raiders, the team announced Monday. Tavecchio served as the Raiders' place-kicker last season because Sebastian Janikowski spent all of the 2017 season on injured reserve with a back problem. In February, the Raiders announced the 39-year-old Janikowski would not be retained by the team, leaving the job to Tavecchio. Tavecchio made 16 of 21 field-goal attempts last season, and he hit on 3 of 4 attempts from 50 yards or longer.
|Apr 9 2018 - Khalil Mack|
DE Khalil Mack was absent from the start of the Oakland Raiders' offseason conditioning program on Monday. NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport, citing team sources, reported that Mack was not in the building to kick off the conditioning program. While the workouts are completely voluntary, Mack's absence may serve as a means to deliver a message ahead of the final season of his rookie contract. The three-time Pro Bowl selection is set to make $13.846 million on the fifth-year option. Mack, who is the 2016 NFL Defensive Player of the Year, likely is seeking a deal that makes him the highest-paid defensive end in the NFL.
|Apr 6 2018 - Senquez Golson|
CB Senquez Golson signed with the Oakland Raiders, the club announced Friday.
The 24-year-old Golson, who spent time on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers practice squad last season, was drafted by the Pittsburgh Steelers out of Mississippi in the second round (56th overall) of the 2015 NFL Draft. Golson spent his first two seasons with the Steelers on the Reserve/Injured List because of shoulder and foot injuries. He was a first-team All-American selection as a senior at Ole Miss.
|Apr 2 2018 - Dwayne Harris|
WR/KR/PR Dwayne Harris signed with Oakland on Monday night. The 5-foot-11, 206-pounder appeared in five games for the New York Giants last season, returning nine kickoffs for 188 yards before being placed on the Reserve/Injured List with a foot injury. With the Cowboys in 2013, Harris finished second in the NFL with a 30.6 kickoff return average after recording 28 returns for 857 yards. The 30-year-old Harris would have had a $4.05 million salary cap hit in 2018 with the Giants, a leading factor, along with his injury, in them, releasing him. Now, Harris reunites with special teams coach Rich Bisaccia, who coached him for two seasons in Dallas.
|Mar 29 2018 - Leon Hall|
CB Leon Hall signed with the Oakland Raiders, the team announced Thursday. Terms of the contract were not disclosed for Hall, who will be entering his 12th NFL season. The 33-year-old Hall played his first nine seasons with the Cincinnati Bengals before joining the New York Giants in 2016 and the San Francisco 49ers last season. The 49ers signed Hall in October 2017 and he appeared in the final nine games with the club, making one start and recording 16 tackles and a forced fumble.
|Mar 26 2018 - Jordy Nelson|
WR Jordy Nelson confirmed during a radio interview on Monday that he considered taking a significant pay cut to remain with the Green Bay Packers. During an appearance on the "Wilde & Tausch Show" on ESPN Milwaukee radio, he considered the reduction in salary until he met with Green Bay general manager Brian Gutekunst. "I think the number was part of it, but also the conversation I had in the meeting," Nelson said. "I met with Brian and had a discussion because I had to get a feel for not just the pay cut but what their plans were going forward. After that meeting, there wasn't, I don't think, much desire there. I think with the combination of both, we decided what was best for myself and my family as they decided what was best for them and the Packers." Nelson was cut by the Packers on March 13 and two days later he signed a two-year, $14.2 million deal to join the Oakland Raiders.
|Mar 24 2018 - Reggie Nelson|
S Reggie Nelson agreed to terms on a one-year deal with the Oakland Raiders, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported on Saturday. Nelson has familiarity with Raiders new defensive coordinator Paul Guenther. Under Guenther's watch with the Cincinnati Bengals, Nelson earned his first Pro Bowl selection after recording a career-high eight interceptions in 2015.
|Mar 22 2018 - EJ Manuel|
QB EJ Manuel was re-signed by the Oakland Raiders, the club announced. Manuel served as the backup to quarterback Derek Carr last season and appeared in two games with one start.
|Mar 22 2018 - Dwayne Harris|
WR Dwayne Harris was released by the New York Giants, the team announced Thursday. Harris, who also returns punts and kickoffs, did not have a reception last season with New York, appearing in five games before suffering a fractured foot. The move to terminate the 30-year-old Harris' contract will save the Giants $2.45 million in salary cap space.
|Mar 22 2018 - Breno Giacomini|
OT Breno Giacomini was signed by the Oakland Raiders, the club announced Thursday. Terms of the deal were not disclosed for Giacomini, who started all 16 games at right tackle last season for the Houston Texans. Giacomini, 32, spent the previous three seasons with the New York Jets. He started all 16 games in both 2014 and 2015 but was limited to five games in 2016 due to a back injury and released following the season.
|Mar 21 2018 - Marshawn Lynch|
RB Marshawn Lynch restructured his contract last week, one day before a roster bonus was due. NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reported that Lynch restructured his contract on Saturday and lowered his base value in 2018 to $5.5 million. The move accounted for a $500,000 decrease, but nearly guarantees $4.5 million of the total. Lynch can earn up to $9.25 million total with incentives, according to the report.
|Mar 18 2018 - Marshawn Lynch|
RB Marshawn Lynch is $1 million richer and, more important for Raiders fans, sticking around the Bay Area for at least another year.
According to multiple reports, the Raiders paid Lynch his $1 million roster bonus. He is scheduled to make $5.9 million this season.
Lynch's future with Oakland was somewhat in doubt after the Raiders signed running back Doug Martin last week. But by giving the 32-year-old Lynch his roster bonus, it appears the team is committed to using both players.
The Las Vegas Review-Journal confirmed the Raiders had decided to build around Lynch in 2018.
|Mar 18 2018 - Marshawn Lynch|
Oakland Raiders RB Marshawn Lynch is $1 million richer and sticking around the Bay Area for at least another year. According to multiple reports, the Raiders are paying Lynch his $1 million roster bonus on Sunday. He is scheduled to make $5.9 million this season. During the first eight games last season, Lynch struggled by averaging only 11 rushing attempts per game. He ran for 323 yards, a 3.76 average. But he closed the season strong in the final eight games averaging 4.63 yards per carry on 135 attempts. He ran for 625 yards and five touchdowns.
|Mar 17 2018 - Tank Carradine|
The Oakland Raiders signed unrestricted free agent DE Tank Carradine, the team announced Saturday. Carradine, a defensive end, posted 19 tackles and 1.5 sacks in eight games with the San Francisco 49ers last season.
|Mar 17 2018 - Kyle Wilber|
The Oakland Raiders signed unrestricted free agent LB Kyle Wilber, the team announced Saturday. Wilber recorded four tackles on defense and 10 on special teams while appearing in all 16 games last season for the Dallas Cowboys. He has missed just one contest over the past five seasons and will reunite with former Cowboys special teams coach Rich Bisaccia in Oakland.
|Mar 16 2018 - Jordy Nelson|
WR Jordy Nelson was signed to a two-year deal by the Raiders.
Nelson, who was released by the Green Bay Packers earlier this week, agreed to a contract with the Raiders worth $15 million, with $13 million guaranteed.
Nelson, who turns 33 in May, will replace the 30-year-old Michael Crabtree, who will be released, according to ESPN. Crabtree was scheduled to make more than $7.7 million in base salary and bonuses in 2018.
|Mar 15 2018 - Lee Smith|
TE Lee Smith is expected to re-sign with the Raiders, multiple media outlets reported Wednesday.
Smith has agreed to a three-year contract, the Bay Area News Group reported.
The agreement with Smith was reached one day after the Bay Area News Group reported the Raiders will sign blocking tight end Derek Carrier to a three-year deal as well.
|Mar 14 2018 - Jordy Nelson|
WR Jordy Nelson is expected to meet with the Oakland Raiders, ESPN reported Wednesday. The report stated Nelson was to meet with the Raiders on Wednesday and will also visit with the New Orleans Saints and Seattle Seahawks. Nelson, 32, was released after his least productive season since 2009, his second year in the NFL. He was scheduled to make $9.25 million in 2018.
|Mar 14 2018 - Daryl Worley|
CB Daryl Worley was acquired by the Philadelphia Eagles in a trade with the Carolina Panthers on Wednesday. The Eagles traded wide receiver Torrey Smith to the Panthers in exchange. Worley recorded 64 tackles, two interceptions and 1.0 sack in 15 games, including 14 starts, last season. The 23-year-old has 152 tackles, three interceptions and 2.0 sacks in 31 career contests.
|Mar 13 2018 - Jordy Nelson|
WR Jordy Nelson was released by the Green Bay Packers, the team announced on Tuesday. The 32-year-old Nelson is coming off his least productive season since 2009, his second year in the NFL. He tumbled to 53 receptions for 482 yards in 2017 after amassing 97 catches for 1,257 yards and 14 TDs in 2016.
|Mar 12 2018 - Marshall Newhouse|
RT Marshall Newhouse was released by the Oakland Raiders on Monday. He appeared in 14 games in his only season with the Raiders in 2017. He also dealt with injuries to his foot, hip and quadriceps. Newhouse joined the Raiders on a two-year $3.55 million deal. He was set to make $1.55 million in 2018 and could have made a bonus of $200,000.
|Mar 12 2018 - Justin Ellis|
DT Justin Ellis agreed to a three-year contract extension with the Oakland Raiders on Monday. The team did not disclose the details of Ellis' contract, but NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reported the deal is worth up to $15 million and includes more than $6 million in guaranteed money. Ellis was scheduled to become an unrestricted free agent. He started 14 of the 16 games he played in 2017 and recorded career highs in tackles (44) and sacks (0.5). Ellis, 27, has spent all four of his NFL seasons with the Raiders.
|Mar 12 2018 - Griff Whalen|
WR Griff Whalen signed with the Oakland Raiders, Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reported Monday. Whalen, 28, played two games for the Baltimore Ravens last season, making four catches for 24 yards. He had two receptions for 22 yards in eight games for the Chargers in 2016 after recording 19 catches for 205 yards in 14 games for the Indianapolis Colts in 2015.
|Mar 10 2018 - Justin Ellis|
DT Justin Ellis has agreed to a three-year, $15 million contract with the Oakland Raiders, multiple outlets reported. The deal also includes more than $6 million in guaranteed money for Ellis, who was slated to become an unrestricted free agent next week.
|Mar 9 2018 - Daryl Worley|
CB Daryk Worley was acquired by the Philadelphia Eagles in a trade that sent WR Torrey Smith to the Carolina Panthers, multiple outlets reported on Friday. The trade cannot become official until the new league year begins on Wednesday. Trading Smith for the Philadelphia native Worley clears over $4 million in cap space for the Eagles, as the latter is still on the rookie deal he signed as a third-round pick of the 2016 NFL Draft. Smith will make a base salary of $5 million while Worley is scheduled to earn $650,000. Worley recorded 64 tackles, two interceptions and 1.0 sack in 15 games, including 14 starts, last season. The 23-year-old has 152 tackles, three interceptions and 2.0 sacks in 31 career contests.
|Mar 2 2018 - Marshawn Lynch|
RB Marshawn Lynch might be released by the Raiders after only one season, the Las Vegas Review-Journal reported. The Review-Journal story claims the Raiders are "uncomfortable" with Lynch's $8 million salary for next season, and added that wide receiver Michael Crabtree is in the same situation, even tough new coach Jon Gruden recently said Crabtree would return. The story adds that one or both players could return if they agree to renegotiate their contracts for a lower salary.
|Feb 16 2018 - Amari Cooper|
WR Amari Cooper's 2017 season to forget was a result of injuries, according to his quarterback. Raiders quarterback Derek Carr told Sirius XM Mad Dog Radio on Friday that Cooper's dramatic decline in production was due to playing on "one foot." Cooper did have a career-high seven touchdown catches but he finished the 2017 campaign with only 48 receptions for 680 yards after surpassing 1,000 yards in each of his first two seasons. "He would never say it to you -- no one would ever say it to you -- but I'll say it to you to have his back," Carr said on the radio show. "That man was out there playing as hard as he could and giving everything he could and, honestly, a lot of guys probably wouldn't have played with what he had."
|Feb 15 2018 - Marshawn Lynch|
RB Marshawn Lynch is a target of Oakland Raiders coach Jon Gruden to return next season. "I have talked to Marshawn briefly. We'll see. We'll keep everybody posted," Gruden told Bay Area News Group. "Right now, he's our leading ball carrier. He's our back, and we're counting on him. Hopefully we get an opportunity to work together. That's a man that has a lot of respect in this league as a player and I certainly have respect for him also." Lynch, 31, came out of retirement to play for the Raiders this past season, rushing for 891 yards in 2017.
|Jan 28 2018 - Derek Carr|
QB Derek Carr threw an 18-yard touchdown pass to Tennessee Titans tight end Delanie Walker with 1:31 left in the game to give the AFC a 24-23 victory over the NFC in the Pro Bowl Sunday at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Fla.
Carr's touchdown pass culminated a seven-play, 47-yard drive that gave the AFC its first lead of the game. Walker, the Pro Bowl Offensive Most Valuable Player, caught another touchdown pass earlier.
|Jan 23 2018 - Derek Carr|
QB Derek Carr spent much of the 2017 season downplaying speculation that a Week 4 back injury was hindering his performance. However, Carr was not revealing the entire truth, he acknowledged during a weekly Raiders Inside podcast, per NBC Sports Bay Area. "When you break three bones in your back, it doesn't feel good," said Carr, who missed only one start after suffering a transverse process fracture in his back in Week 4 against the Denver Broncos. "Injuries will never be something I talk about, especially during the season, but since it's after the season, the (back issue) was one of those things that was there."
|Jan 23 2018 - Derek Carr|
QB Derek Carr will replace Tom Brady for Sunday's Pro Bowl in Orlando, Fla.
Since the game is taking place in the week between the conference championship games and the Super Bowl, players who advance get replaced.
Carr became the third Raider quarterback to make three Pro Bowls, joining Hall of Famer Ken Stabler and Rich Gannon. He also became the fifth player from Oakland to be named to the Pro Bowl team.
Carr threw 22 touchdowns and 13 interceptions as the Raiders finished 6-10 after reaching the playoffs in the 2016 season. He finished with 3,496 passing yards, a 62.7 completion percentage and a passer rating of 86.4.
|Jan 3 2018 - Nicholas Morrow|
LB Nicholas Morrow, an undrafted rookie out of Division III Greenville, surprised everyone by making the roster.
Then he took it a step further, being active on game days and playing occasionally at linebacker. By season's end, Morrow was the weak-side starter and finished sixth in tackles with 60.
|Jan 3 2018 - Derek Carr|
Derek Carr, a year after throwing 28 touchdown passes and six interceptions, dropped to 22-13.
He completed 62.7 percent of his passes for 3,496 yards and took a huge step back in terms of being productive in the fourth quarter and being a consistent passer.
|Jan 3 2018 - Marshawn Lynch|
RB Marshawn Lynch gained 891 yards on 207 carries, having a strong second half of the season and scoring seven touchdowns. Lynch remains one of the NFL's supreme tackle-breakers.
He was about all they had offensively in the last third of the season.
|Jan 1 2018 - Vadal Alexander|
OL Vadal Alexander did not play Sunday because of a concussion.
|Jan 1 2018 - Marshawn Lynch|
RB Marshawn Lynch rushed for 101 yards on 19 carries and a touchdown Sunday. He broke 10,000 yards for his career and earned a $600,000 bonus for surpassing 800 yards for the season. He finished with 891 yards.
|Jan 1 2018 - Amari Cooper|
WR Amari Cooper had an 87-yard touchdown reception from Derek Carr Sunday, giving him seven TD catches for the season, a career high.
|Jan 1 2018 - NaVorro Bowman|
LB NaVorro Bowman on Sunday led the Raiders in tackles for the ninth time in 10 games since joining the Raiders.
|Jan 1 2018 - Mario Edwards Jr.|
DL Mario Edwards Jr. (ankle) was forced from the game Sunday.
|Jan 1 2018 - Derek Carr|
QB Derek Carr scuffled as he hit on just 19 of 28 passes for 243 yards with a touchdown and interception in a loss to the Chargers on Sunday. "We were fighting and competing, it was there," Carr said. "But it was the details of the assignments that we were missing."
|Jan 1 2018 - Marshawn Lynch|
RB Marshawn Lynch paced all rushers with 101 yards on 19 carries as he became the 31st player to reach the 10,000-yard mark.