Martin, who has averaged a grotesque 2.9 yards per carry over the last two seasons, lands in what projects to be a crowded Oakland backfield. While Marshawn Lynch is not guaranteed to return, NFL Network's Mike Silver suggests the Raiders have no plans to "part ways" with the veteran runner. Even ...
The release of Michael Crabtree leaves Nelson as the new No. 2 option in the pass attack behind Amari Cooper. Still, Nelson's value is going to take at least a slight hit. The soon-to-be 33-year-old was almost non-existent in Green Bay without Rodgers a season ago, and the Raiders aren't going to ...
NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reported the New England Patriots acquired speedy wideout Cordarrelle Patterson from the Oakland Raiders on Sunday, pending a physical.
Don't fret, Raider Nation. Marshawn Lynch will indeed be part of the Raiders' plans for 2018. Oakland is planning to pay out the veteran running back's $1 million roster bonus on Sunday.
The heroes assemble to recap more free agency news including the Raiders' big moves and other huge signings around the league. Plus, the crew talk free agency odds and ends.
Crabtree, who was released by the Raiders in favor of Nelson, lands in a better spot in terms of his fantasy value in Baltimore. The Ravens don't have much in terms of pass catchers at this point, so the Texas Tech product should lead this team in targets. Keep in mind that Crabtree has scored ...
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Ryan Grant had a job with the Baltimore Ravens. Then he didn't. On Friday, Ravens GM Ozzie Newsome told reporters that the team had no prior indication that health was an issue for Grant.
Jared Goff and Carson Wentz broke out in Year 2 -- will Mitchell Trubisky follow suit? Bucky Brooks says the Bears are following a familiar blueprint. Plus, strong thoughts on a polarizing signing and much more.
New Orleans Saints owner Tom Benson passed away Thursday at the age of 90. Teams, former and current players expressed their condolences on social media.
This time around, the Ravens found a wideout they plan to keep. Baltimore signed free-agent pass-catcher Michael Crabtree to a three-year deal, a source told NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport.