Dale Earnhardt Jr. is off to a better start this season than his six-time Sprint Cup champion teammate, but one can only speculate how long Junior and the No. 88 group will maintain their edge.
Just when we thought it couldn't any worse in La La Land, LA's 'other' team serves up 48-point beatdown that leaves a city speechless.
The Oakland A's have few players manning the same position on an everyday basis, opting instead field a roster full versatile players they can call on in the right situations. The unorthodox approach has paid off to the tune of back-to-back American League West titles despite a payroll among the lowest in baseball.
Craig Gentry is "very close" to returning to the field, manager Bob Melvin said, but there is still no timetable to get the A's outfielder in a Cactus League game.
Alberto Callaspo is penciled in to make his debut at first base on Friday for the A's, but manager Bob Melvin said Callaspo had "a little back issue" Thursday, which could postpone the appearance.
The Raiders.com Draft Prospects series, presented by State Farm, is back for 2014. We continue with a look at the wide receivers who are invited to the NFL's Annual Scouting Combine...
Only eight players have worn No. 48 in Raiders history, including several defensive backs who made a living making life difficult for opposing quarterbacks and receivers.
Columnist and 95.7 The Game personality John Lund continues a position-by-position look at the top players available in the 2014 NFL Draft with the defensive ends.
Joe Woods joins the Raiders as the defensive backs coach after eight seasons with the Minnesota Vikings and two with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Thirteen players have worn No. 49 in Raiders history, including a linebacker who became famous for playing a boxer in the movies.
Columnist and 95.7 The Game personality John Lund continues a position-by-position look at the top players available in the 2014 NFL Draft with the defensive tackles.
The vertical game has always been a staple of the Raiders offensive attack and many receivers have turned in impressive performances over the years.
With 2014 free agency a week away, here's a look at the Raiders top free agent gets of all time.
Fourteen players have donned No. 50 in Raiders history, including a Hall of Famer who only wore it for a year, that Hall of Famer’s successor and several hard-hitting linebackers.
With the 2014 NFL Scouting Combine in the books and 2014 NFL Draft talk heating up, we compiled some notable experts' mock draft predictions for the Raiders selection at No. 5 overall.