Frustrated by his team's lack of success, the Raiders' Al Davis has spent a lot of money this offseason. And he's not done yet, writes John Clayton.
Daunte Culpepper is making a strong impression with the Raiders, but the odds are against his being ready to start by Week 1, writes John Clayton.
Robert Gallery was supposed to be a franchise left tackle the Raiders could count on for years. Instead, he's been a huge disappointment, writes John Clayton.
Although he still has to win the starting job, Raiders rookie QB JaMarcus Russell is already winning over his new teammates, writes John Clayton.
After a season to forget, the first day of minicamp under first-year head coach Lane Kiffin was one to remember, writes John Clayton.
The Oakland Raiders have hired USC offensive coordinator Lane Kiffin as their head coach.
The Raiders might be 2-12, but Warren Sapp is having a great season. He's just one of the players who was slighted in Pro Bowl voting, writes John Clayton.
2006 Raiders preview
The Raiders are going young on their offensive line, writes John Clayton in his observations from Raiders camp.
A big part of Art Shell's job with the Raiders is restoring the faith and installing discipline and accountability.
Can anyone stop Peyton Manning and the Colts? The Steelers will try Monday night in Week 12's best game.
Already 0-2 in the division, the Eagles can ill afford to lose to the Cowboys. Their MNF game is John Clayton's top matchup of Week 10.
ESPN.com and ESPN The Magazine break down each NFL team as the 2005 regular season approaches.
Though the Raiders still lack big names at linebacker, they seem to be taking a saner approach to defense.
WR Randy Moss has a businesslike approach with the Raiders that has been greatly appreciated.
Randy Moss and Patrick Surtain were the marquee attractions in another competitive offseason for AFC West foes.