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2019 Schedule
4-12, 4th in AFC West
Isola doesn't blame Gruden and Mayock for sending scouts home (1:52)

John Pluym ESPN 

The Jets travel an NFL-low 6,788 miles this season, while the Raiders will travel an NFL-high 35,355 miles this season.

John Pluym ESPN 

The NFL is prepping Oakland Raiders fans for not seeing the Raiders anymore. After a home game against Kansas City on Sept. 15, the Raiders won't play in their home stadium again until Nov. 3 when they host the Lions.

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3dKevin Seifert

AB's Raiders, Flacco's Broncos help kick off MNF

The Saints host the Texans in the MNF opener Sept. 9, and then Antonio Brown debuts as a Raider facing the Broncos and new quarterback Joe Flacco in the nightcap.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

2019 RAIDERS REGULAR SEASON SCHEDULE - Sept. 9 vs. DENVER (MNF); Sept. 15 vs. KANSAS CITY; Sept. 22 at MINNESOTA; Sept. 29 at INDIANAPOLIS; Oct. 6 vs. BEARS (London); Oct. 13 BYE; Oct. 20 at GREEN BAY; Oct. 27 at HOUSTON; Nov. 3 vs. DETROIT; Nov. 7 vs. LOS ANGELES CHARGERS (TNF); Nov. 17 vs. CINCINNATI; Nov. 24 at NEW YORK JETS; Dec. 1 at KANSAS CITY; Dec. 8 vs. TENNESSEE; Dec. 15 vs. Jacksonville; Dec. 21/22 (TBD) at LOS ANGELES CHARGERS; Dec. 29 at DENVER.

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Bears, Raiders to play at new Tottenham stadium

The Bears-Raiders matchup will take place at the new Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Oct. 6, the first of four regular-season games in London this season. The Chiefs-Chargers game will be in Mexico City on Monday, Nov. 18.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

The Raiders will play "host" to Khalil Mack and the Bears in London's new Tottenham Hotspur stadium on Oct. 6, the team announced Thursday morning. The rest of the schedule will be released by the NFL today at 5 p.m. PT.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

In announcing the signing of defensive end Benson Mayowa on Tuesday, the Raiders have added 20 players this offseason, 11 on offense and nine on defense. Those players account for more than $114.6 million in guaranteed money and more than $66.9 million in salary cap space for 2019, per ESPN Stats & Information. Here is a running tracker of Oakland's moves since the beginning of March...March 2 – Raiders sign guard Denzelle Good to a one-year contract extension; March 7 – Raiders apply second-round tenders to running back Jalen Richard and cornerback Daryl Worley and an original round tender to undrafted safety Erik Harris; March 8 - Raiders sign Harris to a two-year contract; March 9 – Raiders agree to acquire receiver Antonio Brown from the Steelers for third- and fifth-round picks in 2019 draft; March 10 – Raiders agree to trade left guard Kelechi Osemele and 2019 sixth-round pick to the Jets for their 2019 fifth-round draft pick; March 10 – Raiders agree to a two-year contract extension with defensive tackle Johnathan Hankins; March 11 – Raiders agree to a four-year contract with offensive tackle Trent Brown, who spent last season with the Patriots; March 11 – Raiders agree to a four-year contract with free safety Lamarcus Joyner, who spent the previous five seasons with the Rams; March 13 - Raiders agree to a deal with receiver Tyrell Williams, who spent the previous four seasons with the Chargers; March 14 - Raiders release receiver Jordy Nelson and quarterback AJ McCarron; March 15 - Raiders sign receiver JJ Nelson, who spent the past four seasons with the Cardinals, and defensive end Josh Mauro, who played with the Giants last season. The Raiders also re-signed exclusive rights free-agent middle linebacker Jason Cabinda and guard Chaz Green; March 16 - Raiders and offensive tackle Donald Penn "mutually" agree to part ways; March 18 - Raiders re-sign receiver/return specialist Dwayne Harris; March 19 - Raiders sign linebacker Vontaze Burfict, who spent the previous seven seasons with the Bengals, to a reported one-year, $5 million contract; March 20 - Raiders re-sign exclusive rights free agent longsnapper Trent Sieg and sign cornerback Nevin Lawson, who spent the past five seasons with the Lions, to a reported one-year contract worth up to $3.05 million; March 21 - Raiders sign interior offensive lineman Jordan Devey, who spent the past three years with the AFC West rival Chiefs, to a reported one-year deal; March 22 - Raiders sign quarterback Mike Glennon, who spent last season with the Cardinals, and free safety Curtis Riley, who was with the Giants last season, to free-agent contracts; March 26 - Raiders sign quarterback Landry Jones, who did not play last season but spent the first five seasons of his career with the Steelers, to a free-agent contract; March 28 - Raiders sign running back Isaiah Crowell to a one-year deal worth up to $2.5 million and linebacker Brandon Marshall to a one-year deal worth up to $4.1 million; March 29 - Raiders sign tight end Luke Willson, who was with the Lions last season after spending 2013-17 with the Seahawks; April 1 -Worley signed his second-round tender, worth $3.095 million; April 3 - Raiders sign receiver Ryan Grant, who played last season for the Indianapolis Colts; April 4 - Raiders release receiver Seth Roberts; April 5 - Raiders sign defensive end Alex Barrett, who played this spring for the San Diego Fleet of the now-defunct AAF, and safety Jordan Richards, who played last season for the Falcons; April 8 - Raiders sign receiver De'Mornay Pierson-El, who played this spring for the AAF's Salt Lake Stallions; April 10 - Raiders re-sign running back Jalen Richard; April 15 - Raiders retain three exclusive rights free agents in receiver Marcell Ateman, kicker Daniel Carlson and offensive tackle Justin Murray; April 16 - Raiders sign defensive end Benson Mayowa, who played for Arizona last season.

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Sources: Raiders, DE Mayowa working on deal

Defensive end Benson Mayowa is closing in on a one-year contract that can exceed $3 million that will reunite him with the Raiders, sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

Nick Bosa, visiting the Raiders on their local pro day, chops it up with defensive coordinator Paul Guenther and general manager Mike Mayock.

Mike Clay ESPN Writer 

5 NFL players have scored 8-plus offensive touchdowns each of the past three seasons: -Davante Adams -Antonio Brown -Ezekiel Elliott -Melvin Gordon -Tevin Coleman

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

Mike Mayock, on the upcoming NFL draft: "We're in the middle of a grind..,I've got to make sure I'm prepared."

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Team Stats

Passing Yards234.418th
Rushing Yards101.825th
Points For18.128th
Points Against29.2