The Oakland Raiders High School “Coach of the Week program”, presented by the California National Guard, promotes high school football, giving high school coaches and teams the recognition that they deserve.
To provide a safer environment for the public and significantly expedite fan entry into O.co Coliseum, the Oakland Raiders are implementing an NFL policy that limits the size and type of bags that may be brought into the stadium.
Students had the opportunity to hear from OL Kevin Boothe, CB Chimdi Chekwa, and Raiders executives about the different opportunities available in the NFL and what it takes to make it in the sport industry.
As part of the NFL’s A Crucial Catch program, Clayton Valley Charter High School partnered with The Oakland Raiders and the American Cancer Society to host their own Breast Cancer Awareness game last month.
Each month during The Oakland Raiders 2014 regular season, The Raiders will select five recipients for the Academic Honors Award. Each of the recipients will be given tickets to attend a game with a guest, be presented with an Academic Honors plaque, and recognized on-field for a special pre-game ceremony.
CB TJ Carrie, OL Austin Howard, TE Brian Leonhardt and former Raiders LB Sam Williams, with The Clorox Company, spent time with students at Martin Luther King, Jr. Elementary.
The Oakland Raiders visited Parker Elementary School in Oakland, Calif., Tuesday afternoon for the NFL and United Way’s annual Hometown Huddle.