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1-5, 4th in AFC West

NFL fines Raiders $20k for injury report

A person with knowledge of the fine told The Associated Press that the Raiders violated the league's injury report policy by not moving guard Kelechi Osemele from questionable to out.

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3dPaul Gutierrez

Gruden on Raiders: 'We aren't tanking anything'

Raiders coach Jon Gruden has fired back at critics who have written off 2018 as a lost season in Oakland, saying after the 1-5 Raiders' disastrous 27-3 loss to the Seattle Seahawks in London, "We aren't tanking anything."


Barnwell Show: Lindsay Jones & Matt Bowen

Bill is joined by Lindsay Jones of The Athletic to take a look at where things stand for the teams in the AFC West after the Chiefs' loss to the Patriots on SNF (0:56), including the Broncos (14:59), Raiders (25:47) and Chargers (35:29). Also, Matt Bowen of ESPN stops by to discuss the high level of play from the Bears' defense this season aside from Sunday's performance against the Dolphins and more (42:30).

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

Jon Gruden also thought it was a helmet-to-helmet hit on Amari Cooper. "The big thing right now is I hope Amari is OK...he's a good kid," Gruden said. "Losing Amari the way we did, I just hope he's OK."

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

Jon Gruden said he thinks Derek Carr is "going to be OK" and said though Carr wanted to return to the game after suffering a left shoulder injury, AJ McCarron was ready to play, if the Raiders had been able to get the ball back. "Just too much fire today," Gruden said. "Too much fire by the Seahawks."

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

The last time the Raiders played here at Wembley Stadium, they were so embarrassed by the Dolphins their coach paid for it with his job as Dennis Allen was fired upon their return to the States. Now, Jon Gruden is not about to get canned after this 27-3 embarrassment handed out by the Seahawks, but the Raiders have a lot of soul searching to do after this…mess. Derek Carr was under constant pressure as he was sacked six times, the last time injuring his left shoulder. Amari Cooper was knocked out of the game and was evaluated for a concussion. Jon Feliciano left with a rib injury, as did Seth Roberts after an awkward tackle. Even Marshawn Lynch looked to be shaken up. The Raiders were beaten up, physically and mentally. Now they head into their bye week, soothing wounds both physical and mental on the 11 1/12-hour flight home and beyond.

Tom Hamilton Senior Writer 

We have a stadium record for the London series with 84,922 folk here at Wembley. On the field the Seahawks are in complete control against the Raiders and up in the sky, the rain is back! And coinciding with the heaven's opening is the first Mexican Wave of the day...

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5dPaul Gutierrez

Raiders WRs Cooper, Roberts suffer concussions

Oakland receiver Amari Cooper was knocked out of the Raiders' game in London after taking a vicious hit early in the second quarter by Seattle Seahawks strong safety Bradley McDougald.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

The final indignity of a brutal first half for the Raiders? Oakland's all-time scoring leader Sebastian Janikowski booting a 44-yard field goal at the whistle to give the Seahawks a 17-0 lead. Oakland receiver Amari Cooper was being evaluated for a concussion after taking an obvious helmet-to-helmet hit from Bradley McDougald, though no flag was thrown, and left guard Jon Feliciano, who was starting in place of Kelechi Osemele, had a rib injury and was replaced in the second quarter by Justin Murray. Rookie tackles Kolton Miller and Brandon Parker were simply being eaten alive by Seattle's pass rush as Oakland's four first-half possessions went like this – punt, lost fumble, missed field-goal, ball turned over on downs when Derek Carr could not convert a QB sneak on 4th and 1.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

After authoring three-and-outs on the initial drives of their first three games, the Raiders defense got gouged in London by the Seahawks the first time they had the ball here in Week 6. In going 82 yards in 14 plays, it was the first time the Seahawks scored on their opening offensive possession since Week 3 of 2016 against the 49ers. Seattle's drought of 34 games entering today was the longest active drought for any team without scoring a TD on its opening offensive possession, according to ESPN Stats & Information

Tom Hamilton Senior Writer 

The most exciting celebrity spot so far at Wembley for Seahawks-Raiders (by means of perspective, I am short-sighted, my glasses are nicely scratched and I am a fair way from the pitch) is Rainn Wilson, of The Office fame. Michael Vaughan, former England cricket captain is also here, but would struggle to match Dwight Schrute's wit.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

Raiders inactives vs. the Seahawks at Wembley Stadium in London: LG Kelechi Osemele, SS Kark Joseph, DE Frostee Rucker, WR Brandon LaFell, CB Nick Nelson, OL Ian Silberman, RB DeAndré Washington

Woodson on Gruden's questionable decisions: 'Is it a joke?' (1:45)

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

Raiders WR Martavis Bryant has been added to the Injury Report with an illness. He is QUESTIONABLE to play against the Seahawks.

Raider Nation takes over London (2:27)

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

Left guard Kelechi Osemele (knee) and defensive end Frostee Rucker (neck) are both listed as DOUBTFUL to play for the Raiders vs. the Seahawks, while strong safety Karl Joseph (hamstring) is QUESTIONABLE.


Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

Raiders fans making friends on their open-top bus tour of London.

Team Stats

Passing Yards281.011th
Rushing Yards92.524th
Points For18.328th
Points Against29.328th

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