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2020 Schedule
2nd in AFC West
Why former QB Randall Cunningham is a good fit for the Raiders (0:47)
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Which teams would fit Colin Kaepernick best? (1:25)
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Sources: Ruggs expected to be ready for camp

Speedy receiver Henry Ruggs III is expected to be ready for training camp after needing stitches to repair an off-field injury, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.

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33dPaul Gutierrez

DEA raids home where Raiders' Bowden stayed

Handguns and loaded assault weapons were recovered from a Youngstown, Ohio, house where Raiders third-round draft pick Lynn Bowden Jr. was staying, according to a statement from the DEA on Wednesday.

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ESPN Daily: Dak Talk: The Cowboys' Stake In Their QB

By many measures, quarterback Dak Prescott holds the keys for the Dallas Cowboys' success in the 2020 season. As of right now, he still doesn't have a contract extension. ESPN NFL insider Bill Barnwell calls the situation between Prescott and his team the "highest-stakes game of chicken in NFL history." He joins Mina Kimes to explain why Prescott has been a salary bargain compared to peers like Jared Goff and Carson Wentz, and what it'll take for the Cowboys to get a deal done. Then, NFL linebacker Brandon Marshall discusses why he protested police violence and racial inequality alongside Colin Kaepernick in 2016, and what's changed since then.

Raiders confident Ruggs will be fine after cut to thigh (0:46)
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Which AFC West team has the brightest future? (3:06)
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43dPaul Gutierrez

Raiders owner seeks 'solutions' amid protests

Raiders owner Mark Davis said he has talked with Nevada's attorney general and the Clark County sheriff in the wake of the death of George Floyd.

Will the move to Las Vegas affect the Raiders negatively? (2:05)
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NFL will allow teams to reopen facilities on Tuesday (0:59)
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Frank Caliendo impersonates NFL coaches reviewing schedules (1:13)
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67dKevin Seifert

Raiders' Las Vegas debut vs. Saints on MNF

The Las Vegas Raiders will make their regular-season home debut Sept. 21 on Monday Night Football against the New Orleans Saints, a game that will be simulcast on ESPN and ABC, according to the full 2020 NFL schedule released Thursday night.

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69dPaul Gutierrez

Raiders part ways with reserve QB Kizer

DeShone Kizer, who was claimed by the Raiders last season after he was let go by the Packers, has been waived by Las Vegas. He has 3,081 passing yards, 11 TDs and 24 INTs in 18 career games.

Doering chooses Bowden Jr. as favorite pick (1:25)
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Team Stats

Passing Yards245.49th
Rushing Yards118.313th
Points For19.624th
Points Against26.29th

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