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By F.H. Buckley
Obama has taken imperious overreach to new extremes
Topic - Oakland Raiders
The Oakland Raiders have added another proven veteran to their rebuilding defense, signing free-agent cornerback Carlos Rogers to a one-year contract on Monday.
Matt Schaub and the Oakland Raiders are both hoping to put the mistakes of 2013 in the past.
Schaub was Houston's starter from 2007 until last season, when he was benched in favor of Case Keenum after a terrible start to the year. The 32-year-old is a two-time Pro Bowler, who last made the game in 2012.
Safety Charles Woodson officially signed a one-year contract Friday to remain with the Oakland Raiders.
Safety Charles Woodson agreed to a one-year deal to extend his second stint with the Oakland Raiders to a second season.
The Oakland Raiders say a lawsuit filed by the team's cheerleaders who claim they are being cheated out of wages and expenses should be handled by league arbitration, not in a courtroom.
The Oakland Raiders filled their void at left tackle on Wednesday by signing free agent Donald Penn to a two-year contract.
The Oakland Raiders added a veteran presence to their young receiving group by signing free agent James Jones to a three-year contract Monday.
Middle Tennessee State showed its consistency by securing another trip to the NCAA tournament.
The Oakland Raiders added two more playoff-tested veterans to their rebuilding defense.
The Oakland Raiders got some good news in free agency Thursday, one day after voiding top target Rodger Saffold's contract because of a bad shoulder.
The Oakland Raiders opened free agency on Tuesday by agreeing to a five-year, $42.5 million contract with offensive lineman Rodger Saffold and keeping oft-injured running back Darren McFadden on a one-year deal worth up to $4 million.
The Chicago Bears are not done with their overhaul.
The Oakland Raiders were dealt a setback on Wednesday in their plans to rebuild the struggling franchise when offensive lineman Rodger Saffold failed a physical one day after agreeing to a $42.5 million, five-year contract.
The Chicago Bears released eight-time Pro Bowl defensive end Julius Peppers on Tuesday, one of several moves they made to reshape their struggling defense.