Oakland Raiders Not Likely Headed Back to Los Angeles
Conventional wisdom in the Bay Area is that the Oakland Raiders are going to leave their fan base in Northern California for Los Angeles. But after you hit the pause button on all the huffle and positioning, it may not be happening so fast, or at all ...
Raiders debut new $8 million facility as relocation rumors swirl
The Raiders are still exploring relocation options that could push them to Los Angeles in a few short years. It would render the current facility obsolete -- unless the team picked it up and moved it down the coast or trained there during the week and ...
How the Raiders might get — and pay for — a $1 billion stadium in Oakland
San Francisco Business Times (blog)
The Raiders are pursuing another stadium project with the San Diego Chargers in the Los Angeles suburb of Carson, and the NFL is pressing Oakland officials to deliver a plan months ahead of an expected January league decision on where the Raiders play ...
If the Chargers move to Los Angeles, will the team get a new nickname?
Los Angeles Sun Times
The Chargers are one of the three rumored teams to be interested in moving to Los Angeles (along with the St. Louis Rams and Oakland Raiders), but would they be called by that nickname if they move up the California coast? In the past, when teams have ...
Chris Cooley: Time for Redskins to move on from RGIII
... strongest voices discussing the severe problems in quarterback Robert Griffin III's game. This week, Cooley became one of the earliest and strongest voices predicting the end of the Griffin era in Washington. “It's time to move on,” Cooley wrote on ...
Redskins cut place kicker Ty Long
CSN Washington's Chick Hernandez first reported news of Long's release. Although Forbath struggled with consistency during in-practice kicking competitions, and lacked the leg strength that Long boasted on kickoffs, Long didn't distinguish himself.
Sources: Redskins brass at odds over ending Robert Griffin III era
High-ranking Washington Redskins front-office officials and coaches want to part ways with quarterback Robert Griffin III, but are meeting resistance from team ownership, according to team and league sources.
Redskins WR Jamison Crowder survives slip, learns lessons in debut
BALTIMORE -- His first punt return didn't go as planned, nor did his first touchdown. For Washington Redskins rookie receiver Jamison Crowder, however, it was just important -- and good -- to finally be on the field. After missing the first two ...