The NFL officially kicks off the 2015 regular season.
The 3rd Annual Raiders Back to Football 5k and Kids Run will take place on September 12, 2015, at 9 a.m. at O.co Coliseum.
5k runners will receive:
• Ticket to a Raiders Home Game
• A commemorative finisher’s item
Kids Fun Run participants will receive:
• Shirt courtesy of Raider Image
• A commemorative finisher’s item
After the race, stick around and enjoy live music, food from some local food trucks, samples from vendors and a chance to take a picture with the Super Bowl Trophies.
Click here to register!
Signed by Baltimore Ravens as an undrafted free agent, May 11, 2012…Waived by Ravens, Aug. 31, 2012…Re-signed by Ravens to practice squad, Sept. 1, 2012…Signed by Ravens as a reserve/future free agent, Feb. 6, 2013…Waived by Ravens, Aug. 25, 2013…Signed by Oakland Raiders to practice squad, Sept. 11, 2013…Signed by Raiders to active roster, Oct. 5, 2013…Waived by Raiders, Oct. 7, 2013…Re-signed by Raiders to practice squad, Oct. 9, 2013…Signed by Raiders to active roster, Oct. 27, 2013…Waived by Raiders, Oct. 28, 2013…Re-signed by Raiders to practice squad, Oct. 30, 2013…Signed by Raiders to active roster, Nov. 9, 2013…Waived by Raiders, Nov. 11, 2013…Re-signed by Raiders to practice squad, Nov. 13, 2013…Signed by Raiders as a reserve/future free agent, Dec. 30, 2013.
AT A GLANCE
CAREER: Young, versatile offensive lineman who can play both tackle and guard…Spent most of the 2013 season on the Raiders’ practice squad after being released by the Ravens in training camp and appeared in one game with Oakland…Was on the Ravens’ practice squad for their Super Bowl XLVII victory.
2013: Appeared in one game…Spent most of the season on the Raiders’ practice squad…(11/10) at NYG: Saw reserve action at guard along the offensive line.
2012 (with Bal.): Spent the entire season on the Ravens’ practice squad.
COLLEGE: Played in 29 career games at Illinois, making 19 starts...Was named a team captain as a senior in 2011, when he also was the recipient of the team’s Red Grange Award for dedication...Started all 13 games at strong-side guard, helping the Illini produce two rushers (Nathan Scheelhaase and Jason Ford) with at least 600 rushing yards and All-Big Ten WR A.J. Jenkins tally 90 catches for 1,276 yards and 8 TDs...Helped Illinois to 518 total yards of offense, including 308 rushing yards, in the win over Indiana...Aided the Illini to 296 rushing yards and 463 total yards of offense against Western Michigan...Played in all 13 games at both guard and tackle as a junior, making six starts at guard...Helped pave the way for the top rushing offense in the Big Ten and the 11th-best in the nation (246.1 ypg)...The Illini broke school records for points in a season (423) and points per game (32.5), in addition to producing the fourth-most total yards (5,162) and second-most rushing yards (3,199) in school history...Aided the Illini offense in recording 559 yards of total offense, including a season-high 519 rushing, in the win over Northwestern...Made his first-career start at guard against Ohio State...As a sophomore in 2009, played in one game, logging 11 offensive snaps against Illinois State...Played in two games as a redshirt freshman in 2008...Redshirted his true freshman season in 2007...Graduated with a bachelor’s degree in communications.
PERSONAL: Prepped at Quincy Notre Dame (Ill.) High School, where he was a two-time IHSA and Chicago Tribune All-State tackle as a junior and senior...Earned 2006 Max Emfinger All-American honors and was rated a Top-100 recruit in the Midwest by SuperPrep...Also garnered all-state honors by the Champaign News-Gazette as a junior and senior...Earned three letters in football and four in wrestling.
Check out the highlights from the Oakland Raiders Tuesday practice at their Alameda, Calif., facility as they get ready to head to Seattle.
Unheralded wide receiver Seth Roberts has been making some noise catching the ball of late and he spoke to reporters after Tuesday's practice.
Oakland Raiders Head Coach jack Del Rio spoke to the media after Tuesday's practice as the team gets ready to finish the preseason in Seattle.
Brianne “Breezy” Bochenek, a 13-year-old girl from San Ramon, Calif., delivered her rendition of the Star Spangled Banner before an announced crowd of 50,500.