Antonio Brown reportedly is returning to the Raiders' practice facility on Tuesday, but the star receiver still is searching for his preferred helmet.
Brown tweeted Tuesday morning that he's looking for a Schutt Air Advantage Adult Large that was made in 2010 or later. In exchange, he will give you a signed Raiders helmet he wore in practice.
The four-time All-Pro lost his grievance Monday where he was fighting to wear the helmet, which has been outlawed by the NFL due to safety measures. However, there's a catch.
Brown is allowed to wear the Schutt Air Advantage as long as he finds one that is less than 10 years old. Naturally, the boisterous Brown went to Twitter.
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He's sure to get some wild responses, but with 1.4 million followers on the social media platform, it's worth a shot.
Following a bye week for the fantasy outlook is a lot like a box of chocolates ... you don't know what you're going to get.
Josh Jacobs and the Raiders head into Week 7 with a game against the Green Bay Packers. and the first-round draft pick's fantasy value will continue to rise according to NBC Sports analyst Josh Norris.
"Josh Jacobs right now is one -- the best player on the Oakland Raiders' offense, and two -- possibly a top-10 running back in the NFL by season's end," Norris told NBC Sports Bay Area.
Norris wanted to also give credit to the Raiders' offensive line for how they performed against the Chicago Bears in the 24-21 win in Week 5.
Despite the off week, Jacobs might continue to be a force to stay away from opposing teams. But if you're a Jacobs' owner, count your blessings.
Even against a tough Packers defense, his rookie campaign cannot be ignored.
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In the last outing for the running back, Jacobs ran for 123 yards with two touchdowns. That Packers D gives up 4.9 yards per carry and has allowed seven rushing touchdowns.
That's amazing news for owners. Start him if you weren't planning on it anyway.
The Raiders’ seemingly never-ending road trip continues as Oakland visits the Green Bay Packers for a Week 7 showdown.
Jon Gruden’s team won a physical Week 5 game over former Raiders edge rusher Khalil Mack and the Chicago Bears, 24-21, in London.
Oakland will be without No. 1 receiver Tyrell Williams, who is dealing with plantar fasciitis. Davante Adams will also be out for Green Bay, leaving both Oakland and Green Bay without their top target.
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Caesars: GB -4.5 (-110)
Consensus: GB -4.5 (-110)
Westgate: GB -4.5 (-110)
Wynn: GB -4.5 (-110)
Here’s how NFL writers around the country see the Raiders-Packers matchup shaking out:
Paul Gutierrez, ESPN: Packers 27, Raiders 21
Rob Demovsky, ESPN: Packers 28, Raiders 24
Gregg Rosenthal, NFL.com: Packers 31, Raiders 24
Michael David Smith, Pro Football Talk: Packers 21, Raiders 20
Mike Florio, Pro Football Talk: Raiders 24, Packers 23
Vinnie Iyer, Sporting News: Packers 23, Raiders 19