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The 49ers will open the 2014 season at the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday, Sept. 7, according to sources familiar with the schedule.
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It's a war of worlds between the A's and the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum Authority with team president Michael Crowley drawing the line.
The Sharks’ don’t have refer too far back to remember the last time they had a chance to close out a playoff series up three-games-to-none.
The Oakland Coliseum Authority offered the A's a 10-year lease, which was quickly rejected, prompting a fresh response from the Authority.
The Raiders will know their 2014 schedule Wednesday night. Insider Scott Bair ranks the 16 matchups from top to bottom.
The A's are tied for the league lead with five blown saves, but manager Bob Melvin isn't ready to blow up the bullpen just yet.
The Raiders’ reputation is none too flattering. After a decade-plus without a winning season, the team's new veterans are ready for change.
The Raiders added their franchise quarterback in Matt Schaub this offseason, but the team could still address the position in the May draft.
The Sharks have the Kings on the ropes, leading 3-0 in a first-to-four series. But L.A. head coach Darryl Sutter is promising a fight.
We know the 49ers' 2014 opponents. We don't know the game days. Insider Matt Maiocco ranks the matchups from top to bottom.