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By Charean Williams

After only two possessions, Raiders wide receiver Amari Cooper is closing in on 100 yards and has two touchdowns. The only other game he had two touchdowns came against Green Bay on Dec. 20, 2015. Cooper has three catches for 95 yards and two touchdowns. His 38-yard score came on a flea flicker when officials [more]
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By Charean Williams

The Raiders already had ruled out cornerback Gareon Conley (shin) and right tackle Marshall Newhouse (foot), and they won’t have starting middle linebacker Marquel Lee (ankle) either. Lee, listed as questionable Wednesday, was among their Thursday inactives. Oakland also will play without linebacker Cory James (knee). That means Navorro Bowman, signed earlier this week, will [more]
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By Darin Gantt

The Raiders didn’t sign Navorro Bowman to sit around and watch. So not only is he going to play tonight against the Chiefs, he’s going to start. That’s the word from Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, noting how quickly the Raiders coaches have gotten him up to speed. He only signed with them Monday, [more]
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By Josh Alper

Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith has been vocal about his distaste for the late hit to the back of his knees that he took from Steelers safety Mike Mitchell in last week’s game and the league reportedly agrees with Smith’s feeling that “it was about as flagrant as it gets when it comes to a low [more]
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By Josh Alper

Linebacker Navorro Bowman signed with the Raiders on Monday, which didn’t give him much time to get the defense down before Thursday night’s game against the Chiefs. It appears that it was enough time to get a handle on enough of the defense for him to get on the field. Raiders defensive end Khalil Mack [more]
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By Curtis Crabtree

Through six weeks of the NFL season, road teams are winning more often than home teams. Teams playing on the road have compiled a 46-45 record through the first 91 games of the season. According to Barry Wilner of the Associated Press, road teams haven’t been able to be more successful than home teams over [more]
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