Ed Graney, Las Vegas Review-Journal

Ed Graney

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Recent articles by Ed:

Graney: Darren Waller plays good soldier amid contract talks

The Raiders’ Darren Waller, one of the NFL’s finest tight ends, is laughably underpaid compared to his peers at $7 million annually through next year. → Read More

Graney: Kolton Miller only sure thing up front for Raiders

Miller is the constant whose annual production has improved at tackle, who shined early enough in this career out of UCLA to be paid handsomely for it. → Read More

Graney: Better or worse, Davis wiping slate clean with Raiders

The Raiders on Friday announced team president Dan Ventrelle was no longer part of the organization. → Read More

Graney: Pete DeBoer should remain Golden Knights coach

Pete DeBoer did an admirable job as the Golden Knights’ coach given that his team lost 500 man-games to injury. For that reason alone, he deserves to keep his job. → Read More

Kansas gets edge over North Carolina in title game matchup

Kansas has dominated as a top seed, winning its five NCAA Tournament games by an average of 16.2 points, while North Carolina has had a tougher path as a No. 8 seed. → Read More

Graney: Trade deadline questions for Knights begin in crease

The NHL trade deadline is Monday, when the Golden Knights likely have to figure out their goalie situation for a playoff stretch run. → Read More

Graney: Rebuild? Not for the new win-now Raiders

The Raiders acquired the league’s best wide receiver in Davante Adams on Thursday, a coup for new general manager Dave Ziegler and coach Josh McDaniels. → Read More

Graney: Bryce Hamilton goes out winner on UNLV’s Senior Night

It was Senior Night for UNLV on Wednesday, and Bryce Hamilton was the final player to walk onto the Thomas & Mack Center court. How fitting. Saved the best for last. → Read More

Graney: Josh McDaniels can coach, but can he lead?

New England offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels needs to show he has grown since his disastrous head coaching stint with Denver 12 years ago. → Read More

Graney: Next GM and head coach of Raiders should share power

Raiders owner Mark Davis should embrace a more standard approach when reconstructing his management pecking order. → Read More

Graney: Mike Mayock firing first of many dominoes to fall

Raiders owner Mark Davis, who fired general manager Mike Mayock on Monday, seems intent on starting over on the management side of the ledger. → Read More

Graney: Major decisions to be made as Raiders season ends

Following an AFC wild-card loss to the Bengals, the focus shifts to a bigger picture. What moves does owner Mark Davis think need to be made and with whom? → Read More

Graney: Bisaccia’s faith in Raiders pays off with critical win

Interim head coach Rich Bisaccia chose to go for it on fourth down in the fourth quarter, leading to a Raiders touchdown. → Read More

Graney: Good is great, bad is awful for Derek Carr

The Raiders are 6-0 when Derek Carr throws for at least 300 yards and have averaged 32 points in those games. They are 0-5 when he doesn’t. → Read More

Graney: It’s time for Raiders to think about what’s next

Another midseason slide seems likely after a 32-13 loss to the Bengals on Sunday. → Read More

Grading the Raiders’ 32-13 loss to Cincinnati

At one point between this week and last, the Raiders missed converting on third down 14 straight times. → Read More

Graney: Which version of Kansas City will Raiders get?

For all their flaws thus far this season, the Chiefs are still 5-4 and just one-half game out of the AFC West lead. → Read More

Graney: 2nd-quarter drive illustrates Raiders’ victory

The Raiders went 96 yards in 10 plays over 4:26 to grab hold of a game they would dominate over the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday at Allegiant Stadium. → Read More

Graney: Knights won’t use ‘woe is me’ attitude with stars out

A banged-up Golden Knights side managed just one goal off 43 shots in falling to the Blues on Wednesday night. → Read More

Graney: Bisaccia had Raiders prepared and motivated

An interim head coach, Rich Bisaccia oversaw the Raiders’ 34-24 win against the Broncos on Sunday at Empower Field at Mile High. → Read More