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21 March 2023

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  • Cam Sims agrees to terms with Raiders
    The Raiders have agreed to terms with free agent receiver Cam Sims, Ben Standig of TheAthletic.com reports. Washington signed receiver Marcus Kemp from the Chiefs after Eric Bieniemy’s arrival as offensive coordinator, signaling the end of Sims’ time in Washington. The Raiders are loaded at the position after this offseason, with Davante Adams, Jakobi Meyers [more]
  • Austin Hooper set to visit with Raiders
    The Raiders may not be done adding tight ends to the roster. Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that free agent Austin Hooper is set to visit with the team on Wednesday. The news comes hours after the Raiders signed tight end O.J. Howard. Hooper was No. 56 on PFT’s list of this offseason’s top [more]
  • Keelan Cole to re-sign with Raiders
    Wide receiver Keelan Cole is staying in Las Vegas. Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that Cole has agreed to a one-year deal with the Raiders. No financial terms have been reported. Cole joined the Raiders as a free agent last year and played in 14 games during the 2022 season. He caught 10 passes for [more]
  • Raiders sign Jordan Willis
    The Raiders continued a busy Monday by signing defensive lineman Jordan Willis. The team announced the signing on Monday afternoon. They have also come to agreements with tight end O.J. Howard and safety Jaquan Johnson to kick off the week. Willis joined the 49ers in a mid-2020 trade with the Jets and appeared in 26 [more]
  • O.J. Howard signs with Raiders
    The Monday visit between tight end O.J. Howard and the Raiders must have gone well. Hours after it was reported Howard was visiting with Las Vegas, the tight end has signed with the club, the Raiders announced on Monday. Howard is a candidate to replace Darren Waller as the team’s starting tight end. The Raiders [more]
  • Raiders to sign Jaquan Johnson
    The Raiders are adding a defensive back. ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports Las Vegas is signing safety Jaquan Johnson to a one-year contract. Johnson was a Bills sixth-round pick in 2019. He has appeared in all of the Bills’ regular-season games over the last two seasons, mainly playing special teams. But he did play 22 percent [more]
  • Chris Simms has C.J. Stroud at the top of his 2023 quarterback draft rankings
    The recent trade that saw the Panthers spring from No. 9 to No. 1 also resulted in Ohio State quarterback C.J. Stroud becoming the new favorite to be the first quarterback drafted. If that happens, it shouldn’t be a surprise. Although Alabama’s Bryce Young had held the position for a while, many have Stroud as [more]
  • O.J. Howard visiting Raiders
    The Raiders are taking a look at veteran tight end O.J. Howard. Howard is visiting the Raiders today, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network. The 28-year-old Howard went to the Buccaneers with the 19th overall pick in the 2017 NFL draft. He spent his first five seasons with the Bucs before signing a one-year [more]
  • Mack Hollins, Falcons agree to one-year deal
    The Falcons have agreed to a one-year, $2.5 million deal with receiver Mack Hollins, according to multiple reports. Hollins, 29, joins Drake London, Olamide Zaccheaus and Damiere Byrd in the receivers room in Atlanta, likely as the No. 2. He had a career-best 57 catches for 690 yards for the Raiders in 2022. The Eagles [more]
  • Raiders cut Trent Sieg
    Two days after signing free agent long snapper Jacob Bobenmoyer to a three-year, $3.815 million deal, the Raiders have cut long snapper Trent Sieg, Field Yates of ESPN reports. New Raiders special teams coordinator Tom McMahon is familiar with Bobenmoyer, with the two working together in Denver. Sieg, 27, was with the Raiders for five [more]

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Las Vegas Raiders game tickets and schedule

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The NFL is different from other major sports leagues in that most of its games are televised not on cable channels but on free over-the-air networks like Fox, CBS, and NBC, although some of these arrangements could be updated from time to time. That said, it could still take some effort to search for good deals offering an NFL live stream suited to a particular budget and might entail using a mobile app over a streaming broadcast for a wide screen television set. While it could prove challenging to find an NFL live stream portal for completely free viewing during an entire season, including playoffs, here are some options that might suit certain needs.


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