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  • Oakland Raiders - PlayerWatch

    FS Charles Woodson recorded his 58th career interception Sunday against Arizona. Woodson is the NFL's active leader in interceptions, and he moved into a tie for 11th on the all-time list with Emmitt Thomas. Woodson has 20 interceptions as a Raider, the 11th most in franchise history. Late in the second quarter Sunday, Woodson picked off a pass from QB Carson Palmer and returned it 30 yards to the Cardinals' 13, setting up a field goal.
  • Cardinals run past winless Raiders

    EditorsNote: updates eighth graf with San Francisco result Cardinals run past winless Raiders OAKLAND, Calif. -- Coach Bruce Arians had a clear message for his Arizona offense as the team prepared for Sunday's game against the Oakland Raiders, which...

    Darren McFadden's year off to a healthy start

    ALAMEDA, Calif. Darren McFadden has never felt this good in mid-October. The only thing that hurts and it hurts a lot is the Raiders' 0-5 record. But a roll call of McFadden maladies throughout his seven-year career is devoid of aches and pains. No sign...

    Raiders look good with signing of LT Penn

    The Sports Xchange Raiders look good with signing of LT Penn ALAMEDA, Calif. -- What looked to be a move of desperation is turning out to be one of Oakland Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie's most shrewd offseason acquisitions. Having Donald Penn...

    Oakland Raiders - TeamReport

    NFL Team Report - Oakland Raiders - INSIDE SLANT What looked to be a move of desperation is turning out to be one of Oakland Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie's most shrewd offseason acquisitions. Having Donald Penn as their starting left...