Carr holds most of the Raiders' passing records and led them to the playoffs, but is he worth a lucrative, long-term extension?
The NFL on Wednesday filed a motion to dismiss Jon Gruden's lawsuit against the league, calling the accusations that his emails were leaked "baseless" and saying the suit should be dismissed "for failure to state a single viable cause of action."
What's next for all six NFL playoff losers: Barnwell on the Patriots' problem, Cowboys' bad day, more
The Patriots need more help for Mac Jones. The Cowboys shouldn't make a rash decision. The Eagles need to upgrade on defense.
Kyler Murray and the Cardinals got crushed by the Rams last night. Will they ever be able to take the next step? How good can the Rams be right now? Also, the Raiders fired GM Mike Mayock. Who is going to be their head coach next season? Plus, Stephen Jones is confident that that Mike McCarthy will return. ESPN NFL Insider Dan Graziano joins to talk about that, and play Overreaction or Not an Overreaction!
We stacked NFL franchises from those in need of a teardown to those that just need a few tweaks. What are each eliminated team's outlook and offseason priorities?
The Raiders have fired general manager Mike Mayock after three tumultuous seasons.
Interim coach Rich Bisaccia says he and Mark Davis have had talks about the head coach position. The Raiders have also requested permission to interview Patriots ILB coach Jerod Mayo, sources said.
Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer
The Raiders signed 12 players to Reserve/Future contracts, with 11 of them having finished the 2021 season on Las Vegas' practice squad.
Laura, Marcus, Mina, Dan, and RC dissect the Wild Card weekend that was, Swagu puts the big men in the spotlight on Big Man Ballin, and they get everyone set for Cardinals vs. Rams on Monday Night Football.
Could the Cowboys fire Mike McCarthy? Will the Eagles add a QB? Judging wild-card weekend overreactions
Dallas just had a disappointing home playoff loss, while Jalen Hurts struggled for Philadelphia in a first-round rout.
We explain the biggest officiating questions and controversial calls of this year's playoffs, including a no-catch ruling for the Cardinals.
How can all 12 teams win this weekend and move on to the divisional round? We outlined keys to victory in each wild-card matchup.
What to watch for in every wild-card game. Bold predictions. Key stats to know. Matchups to watch. And, of course, final score picks. It's all here for the first six playoff games.
Tracking NFL head-coach firings and potential openings: Giants now have an opening, plus latest buzz on Jaguars, Raiders jobs
With the regular season over, the moves at head coach and in the front offices have begun. Find out who is out and more.
Jerome Boger and the crew that worked Saturday's wild-card game between the Raiders and Bengals are not expected to officiate again this postseason.
Raiders QB Derek Carr and Pro Bowl DE Maxx Crosby voiced support for acting head coach Rich Bisaccia having the interim tag removed after he led a resurgent Las Vegas team to 10 wins and a competitive playoff matchup with the Bengals.
The Raiders, authors of six walk-off wins, didn't have any more tricks against the Bengals, who intercepted Derek Carr late to eliminate Las Vegas.
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Rich Bisaccia made a coaching error by attempting a field goal on 4th-and-3 from the Bengals' 10-yard-line down 10 points with 3:37 left, per ESPN's win probability model. WP go: 8.2% WP kick: 6.3% One reason why it's better to go for it there: you're likely to face a tougher situation -- either a longer 4th down or with the clock -- next drive. And that's exactly what happened: the Raiders had to go for it on 4th-and-goal from the 9 because they were down a touchdown.
— Paul Brown Stadium nearly shook in triumph. The city of Cincinnati might have, too.
On third-and-4 near the end of the first half, Burrow scrambled out of the pocket and somehow found Tyler Boyd for a 10-yard touchdown, though an errant whistle on the play should have seen it blown dead.
Emmett Golden and Gabe Neitzel are joined on GameDay on ESPN Radio by ESPN Daily Wager's Anita Marks, who breaks down all the best bets for NFL Super Wild Card Weekend.
Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer
Raiders inactives at Cincinnati: CB Amik Robertson, LB Patrick Onwuasor, DE Malcolm Koonce, G Jordan Simmons, OT Jackson Barton, TE Nick Bowers, DT Kendal Vickers
The crew gives predictions for the Wild Card games, and we have injury updates for the weekend.