Oakland Raiders vs Los Angeles Rams : How to watch NFL preseason game online After a few chaotic days in Napa, the Raiders can finally focus on playing football on Saturday.
Oakland Raiders vs Los Angeles Rams – LIVE TV
Jon Gruden and his Raiders will host the defending NFC champion Los Angeles Rams at the Coliseum in Oakland.
The two teams know each other well at this point as they spent the week practicing together in Napa. Now, they’ll get to play for real.
On Thursday, Gruden noted that many of the Raiders starters would not play on Saturday. So, don’t expect to see quarterback Derek Carr or any other stars.
The slow, agonizing demise of the Oakland Raiders will continue for at least one more season.
There will be one more “final” home game at the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum, on Dec. 15 against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
There have been possible “final” home games for a few years now because the Raiders have had one foot out the door since 2015, when they joined with the AFC West rival Chargers in a failed attempt to build a stadium in the Los Angeles suburb of Carson.
This time, though, it almost certainly will be farewell for one of the NFL’s most recognizable teams and fan bases.
The Rams (0-0) will take on the Raiders (0-0) on Saturday, Aug. 10 at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum. The game will be broadcast on KCBS2, with a kickoff time set for 5 p.m. PT. Check below for all the information you need to know whether you’re watching from the Coliseum’s stands or from your own television or device.
Oakland Raiders owner Mark Davis, who unleashed on his RingCentral Coliseum co-tenants, MLB’s Oakland Athletics, in a Thursday afternoon story in The Athletic, clarified his statements to ESPN late Thursday night.
“I am not sorry for the things I said,” Davis said in a phone call. “But I am sorry for the way I said them.”
Davis had told The Athletic that the Raiders loved the A’s as players and as a team, but that “the front office has been real p—ks.”
“They’ve been really f—ing around with us up there, taking advantage of the situation,” Davis was quoted in the story. “Which, it is their right to do it, but it makes it hard. Again, though, we love the players, we love the A’s.”
The cause of Davis’ ire? The Raiders, entering what is supposed to be their final season in Oakland, open exhibition play Saturday against the Los Angeles Rams, and they are angered over a new Coliseum configuration created by the A’s last winter that displaced 2,500 Raiders season-ticket holders.