Someone finally, mercifully gave receiver James Jones a new contract. That someone is the Oakland Raiders. Too bad they don’t have a quarterback to throw Jones the ball.
The Oakland Raiders signed Brandian Ross from the Green Bay Packers practice squad. Could this clear the way for the return of Tori Gurley?
The Oakland Raiders will reportedly hire Denver Broncos defensive coordinator Dennis Allen as their next coach, meaning both Winston Moss and Dom Capers will be returning to the Green Bay Packers, at least as of now.
Green Bay Packers assistant head coach Winston Moss has already interviewed with the Oakland Raiders, who are looking for a new head coach. Philadelphia Eagles offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg appears to have emerged as the favorite, though.
The Oakland Raiders are reportedly interested in Green Bay Packers defensive coordinator Dom Capers to fill their head coaching vacancy. We break down the possibility of the Packers losing Capers here.
New Oakland Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie probably has his eye on one of more of the Green Bay Packers assistant coaches after canning Hue Jackson. Here’s the lay of the land.
The Oakland Raiders will hire Green Bay Packers director of pro personnel as their next general manager, according to reports. Here’s the breakdown.
Here’s a long, last, in-depth look at the Green Bay Packers thrashing of the Oakland Raiders. We’ve got the key plays, the key players in our look at exactly how things went down. To the tape!
The Green Bay Packers turned in their most dominant performance of the season Sunday, thrashing the Oakland Raiders 46-16 to move to 13-0. In the process, they served notice to the rest of the NFL. Don’t bother.
Total Packers writers predict the outcome of the Green Bay Packers matchup with the Oakland Raiders. Here are the key players and what we expect from each side.
With the Oakland Raiders coming to town to face the Green Bay Packers, we sat down for five questions with Thoughts From the Dark Side. Here’s their take on Sunday’s contest.
The Oakland Raiders remain the only NFL team with a defensive coordinator opening and, for whatever reason, they’re in no hurry to fill it.
When head coach Hue Jackson does get around to interviewing candidates, Green Bay Packers assistant head coach Winston Moss and safeties coach Darren Perry figure to get a shot.