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1-1, 2nd in AFC West
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2dPaul Gutierrez

QB Carr blasts offensive PI call: 'Blows my mind'

Derek Carr's second interception on the day was accompanied by a flag for offensive pass interference -- a penalty the Raiders quarterback said "will blow my mind forever."

Run it back: AB's debut, Bears' redemption headline Week 2 (1:53)
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Mahomes' 4 TDs in 2nd quarter lead Chiefs past Raiders 28-10

Patrick Mahomes bounced back from the first scoreless opening quarter of his career in the regular season by throwing four touchdown passes in a near perfect second period that led the Kansas City Chiefs to a 28-10 victory over the Oakland Raiders on...

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

Few outside the walls of Silver and Blackdom expected the rebuilding Raiders to actually, you know, beat the high-flying Chiefs on Sunday. But after Monday night's exhilarating defeat of the Denver Broncos and a good week of practice, throwing a scare at reigning league MVP Patrick Mahomes and Co. seemed doable. Such was the case…for 15 minutes. Because after taking a 10-0 lead, the wheels fell off and Mahomes, well, he took off in the second quarter, slicing and dicing an already suspect Raiders secondary en route to a 28-10 Chiefs victory. It was a bad taste to leave in the mouths of the Oakland faithful, what with the Raiders not playing again in the East Bay until Nov. 3.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

First, the good news for the Raiders at halftime…they looked primed, tanned and ready to roll in building a 10-0 lead over the high-flying Chiefs. Oh, and Derek Carr surpassed Ken Staber as the Raiders' all-time leader in passing yards. The bad news? There was a lot of it as the Chiefs scored 28 unanswered points with Patrick Mahomes simply raring back and throwing deep ball after deep ball and dicing up an already-suspect Raiders secondary. Indeed, reigning league MVP Patrick Mahomes had 313 passing yards, with his last five attempts to close the half a 42-yard TD to Mecole Hardman, a 32-yard pickup to Damien Williams, a 43-yard pickup to Demarcus Robinson, a 27-yard TD to Travis Kelce and a 39-yard TD to Robinson. Yeah, the Raiders, who lost rookie safety Johnathan Abram to shoulder surgery this week, could use someone like Minkah Fitzpatrick.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

Raiders inactives vs. Chiefs: RG Gabe Jackson, WR J.J. Nelson, DB Juston Burris, G Jonathan Cooper, QB DeShone Kizer, DT Corey Liuget, OT David Sharpe.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

Kiss it goodbye.,,the Raiders hope. So long as the move to Las Vegas goes without a hitch, today will be the last home game the Raiders ever play on a baseball dirt infield. They are the only team to still share a stadium with an MLB team, and have been since 2012, when the Marlins left the Dolphins at the yard formerly known as Joe Robbie Stadium. In 1981, the year before the Raiders moved to Los Angeles, 16 of 28 NFL teams shared a stadium. In 1995, when the Raiders returned to Oakland, 10 of 30 teams shared a stadium. End of an era, indeed.

Darlington: Brown didn't sign settlement with Taylor (1:04)

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

With J.J. Nelson OUT against the Chiefs, rookie receiver and "Hard Knocks" hero Keelan Doss could make his NFL debut on Sunday. The Raiders have also added punter A.J. Cole (right foot) to the list and he is QUESTIONABLE to play.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

In placing rookie safety Johnathan Abram on Injured Reserve, the Raiders have signed free-agent defensive back Juston Burris, the team announced Friday. Burris, a fourth-round pick of the Jets out of North Carolina State in 2016, played for both the Jets and Browns last season. He has two interceptions in 38 career games, two starts. with seven passes defensed, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery. Burris worked out for the Raiders this week, along with T.J. McDonald, Kentrell Brice and Briean Boddy-Calhoun, per ESPN NFL Insider Field Yates.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

Cornerback Gareon Conley was again LIMITED in practice on Thursday. The Raiders have yet to place Jonathan Abram on Injured Reserve but did, per ESPN NFL Insider Field Yates, work out a slew of defensive backs in T.J. McDonald, Kentrell Brice, Juston Burris and Briean Boddy-Calhoun.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

Raiders rookie running back Josh Jacobs has a fan in a certain Hall of Famer who also once toted the rock for the Raiders...Marcus Allen.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

After his scary-looking neck injury Monday night, CB Gareon Conley was LIMITED in practice on Wednesday, while rookie safety Johnathan Abram is headed for surgery and Injured Reserve.

Ravens unleashed Hollywood Brown on the Dolphins (1:15)
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6dPaul Gutierrez

Raiders' Abram to have surgery, placed on IR

Raiders rookie safety Johnathan Abram will be placed on injured reserve and undergo surgery on his shoulder. "Big blow to our team," coach Jon Gruden said.

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7dPaul Gutierrez

Conley tweets he's 'good to go' after neck injury

Raiders cornerback Gareon Conley tweeted Tuesday that he's doing fine physically a day after he was carted off the field while strapped to a gurney in the season opener. Coach Jon Gruden said there's a chance Conley can play Sunday.

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The Right Time: AB the victim? Phins right to tank? CA college athlete rule change

Bomani silences claims that Antonio Brown is a victim (0:37), shares why the Dolphins' attempt to tank is "morally" wrong (16:03) as well as touches on a new bill in California that could change the game for college athletes regarding endorsement opportunities (27:30). Plus, an IYHH with an update on the Chevy Chase dog park and the inaugural event at the Chase Center in S.F. featuring Metallica (37:18) in addition to the funniest voicemails of listeners getting into fights wither their coaches/bosses a la A.B. (50:52).

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Neiron Ball, 27, dies after battling brain condition

Neiron Ball, a fifth-round draft pick of the Raiders in 2015 after a standout career at Florida, has died at the age of 27 after battling arteriovenous malformation, a rare brain condition.

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Team Stats

Passing Yards218.522nd
Rushing Yards113.512th
Points For17.025th
Points Against22.017th