On January 9th, the Raiders beat the Minnesota Vikings, 32-14, at Super Bowl XI in Pasadena, California.
On March 5th, Al Davis was named NFL Executive of the Year for the 1976 season.
John Madden becomes the 13th coach in NFL history to win 100 games.
Fred Biletnikoff retired at the end of the season.
On January 4th, John Madden retires as Raiders head coach after 12 years with the team.
Tom Flores was named the new Raiders head coach on February 8th.
Hall of Fame cornerback Willie Brown retired after 12 years with the Raiders.
On March 1st, Al Davis announced he will move the Raiders to Los Angeles.
On March 6th, a judge grants a temporary restraining order barring the Raiders from moving.
On March 10th, NFL Comissioner Pete Rozelle announced that the NFL will not schedule any games in Los Angeles for the Raiders.
Center Jim Otto is inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame on August 2nd.
The Raiders beat the Philadelphia Eagles, 27-10, in New Orleans at Super Bowl XV on January 25th.
George Blanda inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame on August 1st.
Raiders select Marcus Allen in the first round of the NFL Draft.
Raiders play their first preseason game in Los Angeles Coliseum on August 29th.
Raiders record their 200th franchise victory by beating Kansas City, 21-16, on December 12th.
On April 13th, a Federal court awarded the Raiders $35 million in compensatory damages from the NFL for anti-trust and bad faith violations.
The Raiders hold their first off-season workout in the team's new headquarters in El Segundo.
Ed McGah, Raiders General Partner and one of the original owners, died on September 17th at the age 84.
The Raiders beat the Washington Redskins, 38-9, in Tampa at Super Bowl XVIII on January 22nd.
Willie Brown was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame on July 28th.
On November 5th, the United States Supreme Court upheld the Raiders' victory in their antitrust case against NFL.
Raiders record their 20th winning season in 21 years.
On February 27th, the California Supreme Court upholds the Raiders move to Los Angeles.
On June 30th, the United States Supreme Court upholds the Raiders move to Los Angeles.
On January 24th, Gene Upsahw was voted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Raiders open their new training camp at Radisson Hotel in Oxnard on July 22nd.
Al Davis declares his coliseum lease void and starts talking to Oakland officials about returning.
Tom Flores retires as head coach on January 20th.
Fred Biletnikoff was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Mike Shanahan is named new Raiders head coach on February 29th.
Art Shell inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
On October 2nd, head coach Mike Shanahan was fired and replaced the next day by Art Shell.
Ted Hendricks was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Al Davis presented with the NFL Players Association Award of Excellence.
Al Davis is inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame on August 1st.
The Raiders beat the Vikings, 24-7, in their first game in the newly-renovated L.A. Coliseum on September 5th.
Mike White replaces Art Shell as head coach on February 2nd.
On June 23rd, Al Davis agrees to bring the Raiders back to Oakland.
On August 12th, the Raiders played their first preseason game in Oakland since leaving for Los Angeles.
On September 3rd, the Raiders beat the Chargers, 17-7, in their first regular-season game back in Oakland.