The embattled country, which has only recently decided not to boycott the 2014 Paralympics in Sochi, sent just one athlete from their delegation to the Opening Ceremony in a small but powerful protest.
The Donald, incurably, regrettably, must be the star of every show. Donald Trump, if it wasn't already obvious, is the Tiger Woods of egomania.
Alberto Callaspo made his debut at first base Friday and was part of five plays in as many innings.
Scott Kazmir made quick work of the D-backs, striking out two and walking none in an almost hurried performance.
Billy Burns is a 5-foot-9 blur. He's all speed all the time, a Pete Rose-type hustler, some scouts say, and maybe the fastest to grace the game since Rickey Henderson.
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.
The Raiders added Vernon Stephens as the assistant strength and conditioning coach earlier this offseason.
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 linebackers.
Ten players have worn No. 51 in Raiders history, including a few high-motor guys who really knew how to get to the quarterback.