Not all Fantasy studs play on the offense. Dave Richard discusses the idea of using IDPs in Fantasy and ranks the Top 40 at each position.
The Raiders haven't had a lot of money to spend big in free agency in recent years, but they will in 2014. Oakland is expected to have over $60 million in cap room when free agency begins.
Charles Woodson is a perfect addition for a team in search of an identity. Except he insists he's more than just a role model to young players.
Former UConn standout Sio Moore could prove to be the big play specialist that Oakland has been searching for at linebacker. The third-round pick is one of several standouts in what might be the draft class that helps rebuild the Raiders' mystique.
As the season draws near, here's an early look at some familiar faces sporting their new team uniforms after a busy offseason of trades and free agency.
Raiders GM Reggie McKenzie inherited a mess in Oakland, but after a massive purge, he'll have cap flexibility in 2014. Ex-agent Joel Corry says the Raiders could emerge from the abyss.
You will not find any 'A' or 'F' marks among Pete Prisco's grading of the opening week of free agency. The salary cap and draft dependency prevent super splashes.
Denver Broncos defensive end Elvis Dumervil is now a free agent and with his pass-rush skills he has value.
While much of the free-agent talk in Chicago involves Brian Urlacher, the Bears now face the realization of losing a different linebacker as the Raiders have agreed to terms with Nick Roach, according to ESPN Chicago.
The cover-2 defensive scheme became the signature defense of the Chicago Bears under coach Lovie Smith, and with his firing Monday it could signify the end of careers as well as an era in team history.

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