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Dak Prescott

Raiders LB Takes a Dig at Dak Prescott over Anthem Stance

Cowboys players and executives rallied over the weekend to support owner Jerry Jones’ team rule, that all players must stand for the national anthem. However, at least one player from another team sees a motivation other than patriotism, for why Cowboys players might be supporting their owner.

Lynch Ready

Watch: Raiders’ Marshawn Lynch Ejected After Shoving Referee

Oakland Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch was ejected Thursday night in his team’s game against the Kansas City Chiefs after he grabbed and pushed a referee. Lynch ran from the sideline onto the field during a scrum following Chiefs cornerback

Michael Bennett Ready

Seahawks Michael Bennett Sits for National Anthem

Here we go again.

The day after former Seahawk and current Raider, Marshawn Lynch, sat on the bench in protest during the playing of the national anthem. Current Seahawk Bennett followed suit on Sunday night, by sitting during the anthem before the Seahawks game against the Chargers at StubHub Center:

Las Vegas Raiders fan (Ethan Miller / Getty)

Las Vegas Taxpayers May Find a Sure Bet in NFL’s Raiders

The Las Vegas taxpayer subsidy to build a stadium for the National Football League Raiders works out to $354 per resident. The cost will be paid, according to projections, by increased tourist traffic that will drastically increase hotel occupancy and

Mark Davis

Raiders to Get a Sports-Themed Brothel In Las Vegas

Gaining a professional sports franchise normally boosts several sectors of the local economy. In the case of Las Vegas’ acquisition of the Raiders, the NFL’s arrival in Sin City might boost the world’s oldest profession.

Burgess-Owens

Exclusive—NFL Great Burgess Owens: The Left Destroyed Strong Black Communities

A member of the 1980-1981 Oakland Raiders Super Bowl winning team told Breitbart News at the Conservative Political Action Conference that it is time for African-Americans to reclaim their traditional conservatism. “Today’s generation has been trained to think differently from my generation. We would stand for the flag in a heartbeat—because we realized the opportunities we had,” said Burgess Owens on Thursday.