How to watch ESPN’s 30 for 30: Al Davis vs. The NFL (2/4) | TV Channel, Live Stream, Time
There’s a new ESPN 30 for 30 hitting the airwaves. This time fans will get a peek inside the long-running feud between Raiders owner Al Davis and NFL commissioner Pete Rozelle. The 30 for 30 will air on Thursday on ESPN and fans can stream it exclusively on ESPN+ immediately after the premiere. What: ESPN’s 30 for 30 -- Al Davis vs. Subscribers also have access to every 30 for 30 feature known to man and premium articles from ESPN Insider.mlive.com
What’s new on Disney+, Hulu and ESPN+ in February
Disney+, Hulu, and ESPN have loads of content coming your way this February including the newest Disney movie Flora & Ulysses, Hulu’s United States vs. Billie Holiday, and ESPN+’s Al Davis vs. FILE - In this Aug. 13, 2020 file photo, the logos for Netflix, Hulu, Disney Plus and Sling TV are pictured on a remote control in Portland, USA. They’re all available with a Disney bundle, which includes access to Hulu (with ads) and ESPN+ for just $12.99/month. Sign up for Disney+ using the same email that’s associated with your Hulu account, no matter which type of Hulu account it is. You’ll still be charged for the full price for your Hulu account every month, but you will receive a $5.99 credit toward a Disney+ subscription.mlive.com
Chiefs aim for payback for Raiders' victory lap on Sunday
Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid watches play against the New York Jets in the second half of an NFL football game on Sunday, Nov. 1, 2020, in Kansas City, Mo. When he's not in the pressure cooker of an NFL sideline, Kansas City Chiefs coach Andy Reid is about as mild-mannered as it gets. The sight of the Las Vegas Raiders doing a victory lap around Arrowhead Stadium in their caravan of buses after ending the Chiefs' 13-game win streak last month? For his part, Gruden didn't want any part of discussing the victory lap ahead of Sunday's rematch in Las Vegas. They were the bad guys and that's how we looked at them.”After their victory lap around Arrowhead Stadium last month, that's how a lot of Chiefs fans look at them now.
NFL develops 7-point mobility plan for diversity hiring
When the Rooney Rule was adopted by the NFL in 2003, Vincent was in his 12th of 15 seasons as an outstanding defensive back. He was soon to become the president of the NFL Players Association, an impactful position he held for four years. He was soon to become the president of the NFL Players Association, an impactful position he held for four years. Yet he knows the Rooney Rule, designed to advance opportunities for minorities in such areas as coaching and front office positions, hasn't been having the desired effect. Vincent makes note of the dozens of people who have pushed for diversity in the 17 years since the Rooney Rule was adopted.
Raiders open Las Vegas stadium with 34-24 win vs Saints
Las Vegas Raiders quarterback Derek Carr (4) celebrates after throwing a touchdown pass to tight end Darren Waller (83) during the second half of an NFL football game, Monday, Sept. 21, 2020, in Las Vegas. (AP Photo/Isaac Brekken)LAS VEGAS – Derek Carr and the Las Vegas Raiders delivered a performance worthy of their fancy new home. Carr threw three touchdown passes and the Raiders gave their new fans in Las Vegas plenty to celebrate even if they weren’t allowed in the stadium by beating the New Orleans Saints 34-24 on Monday night. Las Vegas converted 10 of 17 third downs and also went for it successfully twice on fourth down. Alec Ingold recovered for Las Vegas and Carr threw a 1-yard TD to Waller on fourth down to give the Raiders their first lead of the game at 24-17.
On this day: October 8
2011: Al Davis, the principal owner of the Los Angeles/Oakland Raiders of the National Football League since 1972, dies at age 82 in Oakland, California, from an abnormal heart rhythm, congestive heart failure and a heart muscle disease. During his time as owner, the Raiders won three Super Bowl titles. Davis also coached the Raiders for three years and served as the team's general manager. He was also briefly the commissioner of the American Football League in 1966 and was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1992. Hide Caption