The NFL family is greatly saddened by the tragic events across our country. The protesters’ reactions to these incidents reflect the pain, anger and frustration that so many of us feel.  

Our deepest condolences go out to the family of Mr. George Floyd and to those who have lost loved ones, including the families of Ms. Breonna Taylor in Louisville, and Mr. Ahmaud Arbery, the cousin of Tracy Walker of the Detroit Lions.

As current events dramatically underscore, there remains much more to do as a country and as a league. These tragedies inform the NFL’s commitment and our ongoing efforts. There remains an urgent need for action. We recognize the power of our platform in communities and as part of the fabric of American society. We embrace that responsibility and are committed to continuing the important work to address these systemic issues together with our players, clubs and partners.

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Las Vegas Raiders Sign CB Prince Amukamara

ALAMEDA, Calif. – The Las Vegas Raiders have signed unrestricted free agent CB Prince Amukamara, the team announced Monday.

Amukamara enters his 10th season in the league and first with the Silver and Black, having spent the past three seasons (2017-19) with the Chicago Bears, while also spending time with the Jacksonville Jaguars (2016) after five seasons with the New York Giants (2011-15). A first-round selection (19th overall) by the Giants in the 2011 NFL Draft, the 2012 Super Bowl XLVI champion has appeared in 113 contests with 99 starts over his career, tallying 477 tackles (417 solo), 10 interceptions, including one returned for a touchdown, 78 passes defensed, six forced fumbles and three fumble recoveries. In postseason action, Amukamara has appeared in five contests and made one start with the Bears in 2018, compiling three tackles (two) and one pass defensed.

Last season, the 6-foot, 204-pound cornerback started in every appearance (15) for the second consecutive season. He logged 53 stops (44) and the second-most passes defensed (10) on the team, while also posting one forced fumble and one fumble recovery. Over his three seasons with the Bears, Amukamara started in 42-of-44 games, totaling 167 stops (146), three interceptions, including one returned for a score and 29 passes defensed, marks that all ranked top-5 on the team during that span.

In his lone year with the Jaguars in 2016, he started in 12-of-14 contests and tallied 49 tackles (46) and ranked third on the team with six passes defensed.

Over his first five seasons with the Giants, Amukamara started in 45-of-55 career contests, recording 261 tackles (225), seven interceptions and 43 passes defensed, marks that once again each ranked in the top-5 on the team during his time with the franchise. He also added three forced fumbles and one fumble recovery.

A native of Glendale, Ariz., Amukamara played in 49 games with 31 starts over four seasons (2007-10) at Nebraska, posting 161 tackles, including six for loss, four sacks, five interceptions, 26 passes defensed, three forced fumbles and one fumble recovery. As a senior in 2010, the team’s top defensive player was a unanimous All-American selection and All-Big 12 Conference First Team honoree, while also collecting Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year accolades.

In a corresponding move, the Raiders have Waived/Failed Physical CB Nick Nelson.

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Las Vegas Raiders Sign RB Devontae Booker

ALAMEDA, Calif. – The Las Vegas Raiders have signed unrestricted free agent RB Devontae Booker, the club announced Monday.

Booker joins the Silver and Black following his first four seasons with the Denver Broncos (2016-19), after originally being selected by the club in the fourth round (136th overall) of the 2016 NFL Draft. Booker has appeared in 61 contests with six starts over his career, tallying 289 rushing attempts for 1,103 yards and six touchdowns, while adding 105 receptions for 872 yards and an additional score.

In 2019, the 5-foot-11, 219-pound rusher appeared in 16 contests for the second consecutive season and third time overall in his career. The two seasons prior, Booker compiled over 450 scrimmage yards in each campaign, while tallying a career-high 38 receptions in 2018 and tying his career high with 275 receiving yards.

Booker’s best statistical season came during his rookie campaign in 2016, as he appeared in all 16 games and made six starts, becoming just the 13th rookie in team history and first since 2009 to lead the club in rushing. Booker posted 174 carries for 612 yards and four touchdowns, while also notching 31 receptions for 265 yards and one score.

A native of Sacramento, Calif., Booker started in 19-of-23 contests at Utah after beginning his collegiate career at American River College. As a senior in 2015, Booker posted 1,261 rushing yards on 268 carries with 11 touchdowns in 10 games before suffering a season-ending knee injury. He was named a Maxwell Award and Doak Walker Award semifinalist and was also selected All-Pac-12 Second Team.

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SPRINGFIELD, Mass. – American Hockey League President and Chief Executive Officer David Andrews announced today that the league’s Board of Governors has voted to cancel the remainder of the 2019-20 AHL regular season and the 2020 Calder Cup Playoffs due to the ongoing COVID-19 public health crisis:

“After a lengthy review process, the American Hockey League has determined that the resumption and completion of the 2019-20 season is not feasible in light of current conditions.

The League’s operational focus has turned toward actively preparing for the 2020-21 season. We are very grateful to the National Hockey League and its teams for their support and leadership in navigating through the challenges faced over the past two months.

The AHL continues to place paramount importance on the health and safety of our players, officials, staff and fans and all of their families, and we all look forward to returning to our arenas in 2020-21.”

The AHL’s standings – sorted by points percentage – and statistics as of March 12, 2020, are considered final and official, and will serve as the basis for determining league awards for the 2019-20 season.

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Las Vegas Raiders 2020 Schedule Announcement

ALAMEDA, Calif. – The Las Vegas Raiders’ 2020 regular season schedule is below, as the National Football League announced Thursday.


Date                                       Opponent                                                             Time (PT)               TV

Aug. 13-17                            at Seattle Seahawks                                            TBD                         TBD

Aug. 20-24                            at San Francisco 49ers                                        TBD                         TBD

Aug. 27-30                            ARIZONA CARDINALS                                          TBD                         TBD

Sept. 3-4                                LOS ANGELES RAMS                                            TBD                         TBD


Date                                       Opponent                                                             Time (PT)               TV

Sun., Sept. 13                       at Carolina Panthers                                           10:00 a.m.             CBS

Mon., Sept. 21                     NEW ORLEANS SAINTS*                                     5:15 p.m.               ESPN

Sun., Sept. 27                       at New England Patriots                                     10:00 a.m.             CBS

Sun., Oct. 4                           BUFFALO BILLS                                                     1:25 p.m.               CBS

Sun., Oct. 11                         at Kansas City Chiefs                                           10:00 a.m.             CBS

                                                BYE WEEK

Sun., Oct. 25                         TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS**                             5:20 p.m.               NBC

Sun., Nov. 1                          at Cleveland Browns                                           10:00 a.m.             FOX

Sun., Nov. 8                          at Los Angeles Chargers                                     1:05 p.m.               FOX

Sun., Nov. 15                        DENVER BRONCOS                                              1:05 p.m.               CBS

Sun., Nov. 22                        KANSAS CITY CHIEFS**                                       5:20 p.m.               NBC

Sun., Nov. 29                        at Atlanta Falcons                                                10:00 a.m.             CBS

Sun., Dec. 6                           at New York Jets                                                  10:00 a.m.             CBS

Sun., Dec. 13                        INDIANAPOLIS COLTS                                          1:05 p.m.               CBS

Thu., Dec. 17                        LOS ANGELES CHARGERS***                             5:20 p.m.              FOX/NFLN/Amazon

Sat/Sun., Dec. 26/27           MIAMI DOLPHINS                                                TBD                         TBD

Sun., Jan. 3                            at Denver Broncos                                               1:25 p.m.               CBS

*       – Monday Night Football on ESPN with simulcast on ABC.

**     – Sunday Night Football games in Weeks 5-16 subject to change.

***   – NFL Network and Amazon simulcast subject to change

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Las Vegas Raiders Announce Additional Undrafted Free Agents

ALAMEDA, Calif. – The Las Vegas Raiders have signed the following undrafted free agents, the club announced Thursday.

Player                                                     Pos.                        Ht.          Wt.         College

Eberle, Dominik                                    K                              6-1          186         Utah State

Mariner, Siaosi                                     WR                          6-2          190         Utah State

Panasiuk, Mike                                     DT                           6-3          294         Michigan State

Eberle: Played four years at Utah State, appearing in 43 games and finishing his collegiate career as the most decorated kicker in program history…Left the program as the school’s all-time leader in points scored (359), points per game (8.34), FGs made (64), PATs (167), PAT attempts (167), PAT percentage (1.000), consecutive PATs (167) and FGs from 50-plus yards (four)…As a senior, connected on 21-of-24 FG attempts in 13 games and totaled 108 points…Was a perfect 45-for-45 on PATs…Garnered Pro Football Focus honorable mention All-American, second-team Senior CLASS All-American, first-team All-Mountain West and Phil Steele Publication’s first-team All-Mountain West honors…Also named Mountain West Special Teams Player of the Week three times.

Mariner: Played one year at Utah State after transferring from Utah…Played in a combined 49 career games with 35 starts, totaling 115 receptions for 1,772 yards (15.4 avg.) and 14 TDs…As a senior at Utah State, started 13 games and established career highs in receptions (63), yards (987) and TDs (10)…Named second-team All-Mountain West and earned Academic All-Mountain West honors.

Panasiuk: Played four years at Michigan State, seeing action in 51 games with 41 starts…Totaled 100 tackles (40 solo), including 18 for loss, four sacks, two INTs, six passes defensed and one forced fumble…As a senior in 2019, played in 13 games with 12 starts, posting a career-high 36 tackles (13), including nine for loss, two sacks, one fumble recovery and two passes defensed…Named honorable mention All-Big Ten by media and coaches and named second-team All-Big Ten by Pro Football Focus.

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Las Vegas Raiders Announce Transactions

ALAMEDA, Calif. – The Las Vegas Raiders have made the following transactions, the club announced Wednesday.


Player                                                     Pos.        Ht.          Wt.         Exp.        College

Phillips, Justin                                       LB            6-0          235         1              Oklahoma State

Young, Sam                                           T              6-8          302         11           Notre Dame


Player                                                     Pos.        Ht.          Wt.         Exp.        College

Seymour, Kamaal                                 T              6-6          319         R              Rutgers

Phillips: Returns to the Raiders after spending a portion of the 2019 campaign with the Silver and Black, appearing in four contests and registering four tackles (two solo), tallying an additional three on special teams…Originally signed by the Dallas Cowboys as an undrafted free agent in 2019 before signing to the Raiders’ practice squad ahead of Week 1….Spent five years at Oklahoma State (2014-18), playing four seasons and appearing in 42 contests, compiling 221 tackles (146), including 23 for loss, 6.5 sacks, three INTs including two returned for TDs, six passes defensed, six forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries…As a senior in 2018, was named a team captain and earned team MVP honors, while also garnering All-Big 12 recognition after posting 98 tackles, the sixth-most in the Big 12 that season.

Young: Enters his 12th season in the NFL after most recently spending parts of 2019 with the San Francisco 49ers…Has spent time with the Miami Dolphins (2016-18), Jacksonville Jaguars (2013-15) and Buffalo Bills (2011-13) after originally being selected by the Dallas Cowboys in the sixth round (179th overall) in the 2010 NFL Draft…Career totals include 92 games played with 21 starts…Prior to the NFL, was a four-year starter at Notre Dame (2006-09), starting in all 50 games, including 40 at left tackle and 10 at right tackle.

Seymour: Played four years at Rutgers (2016-19), playing in 46 career contests with 41 starts…Made all of his collegiate starts at right tackle after moving to the offensive line as a redshirt freshman…As a senior in 2019, started in all 12 contests and was recognized as the David Bender Trophy award winner as the team’s premier offensive lineman…Was also named Academic All-Big Ten.

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Las Vegas Raiders Announce Undrafted Free Agent Signings

ALAMEDA, Calif. – The Las Vegas Raiders have signed the following four undrafted free agents, the club announced Tuesday.

Player                                                     Pos.                        Ht.          Wt.         College

Bowers, Nick                                         TE                            6-4          265         Penn State

Harper, Madre                                     CB                           6-1          196         Southern Illinois

McCullough, Liam                                LS                            6-2          249         Ohio State

White, Javin                                          LB                            6-2          211         UNLV

Bowers: Played four years at Penn State, seeing action in 26 games with two starts…Career totals included 17 career receptions for 279 yards and five TDs…As a senior in 2019, was selected to the All-Big Ten team after appearing in 13 contests and with two starts, logging career highs in receptions (10), receiving yards (214) and TDs (three).

Harper: Played two years at Southern Illinois after transferring from Oklahoma State…In his two years at Southern Illinois, played in 21 games and made 15 starts, compiling 88 tackles (72 solo), including one for loss, a half-sack, two INTs, 20 passes defensed and one forced fumble…As a senior in 2019, played in a career-high 11 contests with 10 starts, posting 42 stops (30), including one for loss, two INTs and 14 passes defensed en route to Missouri Valley Football Conference honorable mention recognition after ranking 17th in the nation with 1.3 passes defensed per game. 

McCullough: Played four years at Ohio State, appearing primarily as the program’s long snapper…Handled long-snapping duties in 54-of-55 contests during his collegiate career, missing just one game due to illness…Was successful on 577 consecutive snaps and was named a finalist for the Patrick Mannelly Award as a senior, an award given annually to the nation’s top long-snapper, after tying a career high with 14 games played.

White: Played four years at UNLV, appearing in 43 games and making 29 starts for the program…Career totals include 201 tackles (124 solo), including 18 for loss, 3.5 sacks, nine INTs, 15 passes defensed, seven forced fumbles and one fumble recovery…Named to the UNLV All-Decade Team at linebacker after finishing sixth in Rebels history in INTs and third in forced fumbles…As a senior in 2019, started all 12 contests and was named to the Butkus Award watch list, while being recognized as All-Mountain West honorable mention after posting 79 stops (54), including 8.5 for loss, 1.5 sacks, there INTs, 11 passes defensed, two forced fumbles and one fumble recovery. 

In corresponding transactions, the Raiders have waived TE Paul ButlerLB Te’von ConeyDE Kendall DonnersonOL Kyle KalisQB DeShone Kizer and LB Quentin Poling.

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“Don Shula will always be remembered as one of the greatest coaches and contributors in the history of our game. He made an extraordinarily positive impact on so many lives. The winningest coach in NFL history and the only one to lead a team to a perfect season, Coach Shula lived an unparalleled football life. As a player, Hall of Fame coach, and long-time member and co-chair of the NFL Competition Committee, he was a remarkable teacher and mentor who for decades inspired excellence and exemplified integrity. His iconic legacy will endure through his family and continue to inspire generations to come. We extend our heartfelt sympathy to Don’s wife Mary Anne along to his children Dave, Donna, Sharon and Mike, the Shula family, and the Dolphins organization.”

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