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Las Vegas Raiders owe Jon Gruden $40 million, expected to work out settlement, per report

The Las Vegas Raiders project to work out a settlement with former head coach Jon Gruden following his abrupt resignation, according to a report by NFL Insider Ian Rapoport. The Raiders owe Gruden roughly $40 million, per Rapoport, over the balance of a 10-year, $100 million contract he signed with the franchise to come out of retirement in 2018.
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Quick Snap: Drake and Josh have found a way

Kenyan Drake reminded Raider Nation why he was lured away from the Arizona Cardinals this offseason. After having a bit of a quiet start to the season, the versatile running back came alive against the Broncos. Drake got his first touchdown in the Silver and Black uniform in the second quarter off a nice dime from Derek Carr for a 31-yard game. Drake followed it up with an encore in the third quarter with a 18-yard touchdown run.
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Dak Prescott, Amari Cooper Get Candid on Jon Gruden Situation: ‘Sometimes It Can Be Impulsive’

Jon Gruden sent shockwaves through the NFL last Monday when he resigned as head coach of the Las Vegas Raiders after several of his homophobic and racist emails were uncovered by the NFL. Dallas Cowboys wide receiver, Amari Cooper, briefly played for Gruden with the Raiders in 2018. He and Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott recently offered their thoughts on the Gruden situation.
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4 Raiders takeaways from 34-24 win over Broncos

No one knew how the Las Vegas Raiders would react after a tumultuous week that saw the team lose its head coach and capture national headlines for all the wrong reasons. Could the team that had lost focus during a two-game losing streak find it amid the madness?. The answer...
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'Everybody knows I like kids better than people': Quotes of the week

With Congress on a break, this week's quotes of the week are somewhat more eclectic — ranging from Paul McCartney explaining who really broke up the Beatles, to Jon Gruden resigning as head coach of the Las Vegas Raiders because of leaked emails, to Joe Rogan challenging CNN, to President Joe Biden admitting he prefers children to "people."
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Raiderdamus’ Friday Foretelling: Raiders vs. Broncos

The following is a work of satire and humor about the upcoming Raiders vs. Broncos game. It may contain offensive language or imagery and due to its content it should not be read by anyone. Greetings, Raider Nation! It is I, the grill marks on your steak, the butter on...
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