Here's what you missed last night in sports.
An Oakland Raiders cheerleader sued the National Football League team, claiming the “Raiderettes” aren’t paid for overtime and business expenses in accordance with California law.
The Washington Redskins chose Jay Gruden as the successor to Mike Shanahan, who was fired as coach last month after a four-year tenure that yielded one playoff appearance.
Jay Gruden has agreed to become the next coach of the Washington Redskins, the first such National Football League job for the former Cincinnati Bengals assistant, the Washington Post reported today.
Mike Shanahan of the Washington Redskins and Greg Schiano of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers were among five National Football League coaches fired a day after the end of the regular season.
Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller will miss the rest of the National Football League season after tearing a knee ligament early into a 37-13 win yesterday at the Houston Texans, according to NFL.com.
The Denver Broncos placed linebacker Von Miller on injured reserve with a torn right knee ligament, meaning the two-time All Pro will miss the rest of the National Football League season.
Al Davis, the renegade owner of the Oakland Raiders whose battles with the National Football League gave him an outlaw image matching that of his silver-and-black- clad team, died at the age of 82.
Eli Manning is trying to avoid following in the footsteps of Brett Favre and Joe Namath. Geno Smith doesn’t want a recognition last held by Peyton Manning.
The Arizona Cardinals acquired quarterback Carson Palmer from the Oakland Raiders, the National Football League teams said.