Oakland Raiders Owner Mark Davis, Oakland City Council Member Larry Reid, and Alameda County Supervisors Scott Haggerty and Nate Miley announced the Raiders O.co Coliseum lease extension.
Raiders General Manager Reggie McKenzie spoke to Bay Area media at the Super Bowl 50 media center and discussed Justin Tuck's retirement, Mario Edwards Jr.'s status, free agency, building confidence and Super Bowl 50.
From promoting literacy to encouraging physical fitness, several members of the Raiders were out in the community as Super Bowl week rolls on in the Bay Area .
The Tennessee Titans own the No. 1 pick of the 2016 National Football League Draft, which will be held on April 28-30 in Chicago. The Raiders currently hold the No. 14 overall selection. The draft order is determined by the following procedures: (A) The Super Bowl champion will select last and the loser of the Super Bowl next-to-last in all rounds, regardless of the record of such participating clubs in the regular season. (B) The losers of the Conference Championship Games shall select 29th and 30th in all rounds, according to the reverse order of their standing. (C) The losers of the Divisional playoff games shall select in the 25th through 28th positions in all rounds, according to the reverse order of their standing. (D) The losers of the Wild Card games shall select in the 21st through 24th positions in all rounds, according to the reverse order of their standing. (E) Clubs not participating in the playoffs shall select in the first through 20th positions in all rounds, according to the reverse order of their standing. If, after all the foregoing procedures have been applied, ties still exist in any grouping except (A) above, such ties shall be broken by figuring the aggregate won-lost-tied percentage of each involved club’s regular season opponents and awarding preferential selection order to the club which faced the schedule of teams with the lowest aggregate won-lost-tied percentage. If ties still exist, the divisional or conference tie-breaking method, if applicable, shall be applied. If neither the divisional nor the conference tie-breaking methods are applicable, ties shall be broken by a coin flip. # Team Win Loss 1. Tennesse Titans 3 13 2. Cleveland Browns 3 13 3. San Diego Chargers 4 12 4. Dallas Cowboys 4 12 5. Jacksonville Jaguars 5 11 6. Baltimore Ravens 5 11 7. San Francisco 49ers 5 11 8. Miami Dolphins 6 10 9. Tampa Bay Buccaneers 6 10 10. New York Giants 6 10 11. Chicago Bears 6 10 12. New Orleans Saints 7 9 13. Philadelphia Eagles 7 9 14. Oakland Raiders 7 9 15. Los Angeles Rams 7 9 16. Detroit Lions 7 9 17. Atlanta Falcons 8 8 18. Indianapolis Colts 8 8 19. Buffalo Bills 8 8 20. New York Jets 10 6 21. Washington Redskins 9 7 22. Houston Texans 9 7 23. Minnesota Vikings 11 5 24. Cinicnnati Bengals 12 4 25. Pittsburgh Steelers 10 6 26. Seattle Seahawks 10 6 27. Green Bay Packers 10 6 28. Kansas City Chiefs 11 5 29. Arizona Cardinals 13 3 30. Carolina Panthers 15 1 31. Denver Broncos 12 4
Raiders Hall of Famers Tim Brown and Jerry Rice and former Raiders personnel executive and current Washington Redskins team president Bruce Allen headline our Super Bowl 50 podcast with JT the Brick. Tom Flores, Bill Romanowski and Hall of Famer Marcus Allen stop by.