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Raiders ready to strap on pads

Training camp will become more real on Sunday for the Raiders when they puts on the shoulder pads for contact for the first time this camp.

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Raiders LB Moore practices, comes off PUP list

Sio Moore's time on the active/physically unable to perform list was a short one. The Raiders' starting outside linebacker returned to practice Saturday.

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Murray isn't a lock to succeed

Latavius Murray is far from a lock to succeed, but he has a much better chance than Trent Richardson. Roy Helu could be a nice pick in PPR leagues and could become the feature back if injuries strike. Running back tiers (Insider)

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Raiders' Carr rated No. 26 fantasy QB

Eric Karabell is willing to give Oakland's Derek Carr a mulligan for last year's rookie numbers. Carr should benefit significantly this year from the addition of WR Amari Cooper. Quarterback tiers (Insider)

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Murray due for a bigger role

Latavius Murray showed flashes with an average of 5.2 yards per carry last season. He has a good chance to be the Raiders' No. 1 running back over Trent Richardson. Fantasy X factors

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Raiders' talks with Oakland plug away

All parties involved in the future of the Raiders are going their due diligence as key dates approach.

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NFL Nation Buzz: Oakland Raiders

Bill Williamson explains why training camp will be different this year for Derek Carr, now that he's the Raiders' starting quarterback.

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Allen fits Raiders' desperate pattern

S Nate Allen will get $12 million guaranteed from Oakland this season after five average years in Philadelphia. That happens when a team hasn't reached the playoffs since 2002. Grantland: All-bad contracts team

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Raiders troll Harry Styles

Yes, that Harry Styles, of One Direction. After Styles told a Chiefs-loving crowd at Arrowhead Stadium that no one supported the Raiders, Oakland was quick to tweet a response. The reply

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Rice: Amari Cooper the 'new Tim Brown'

Hall of Famer Jerry Rice told the Raiders' website that the rookie WR is "very much like Tim Brown, very explosive, got speed to burn, really going to strike fear into the opposing team."

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