Raiders GM Reggie McKenzie insists Matt Schaub isn't a stop-gap option at quarterback.
Matt Schaub has agreed to a restructured contract with the Raiders that will pay him $15-20 million over the next two seasons.
Coach Dennis Allen expressed confidence Matt Schaub would be Oakland's starting quarterback for several seasons.
Raiders acquired QB Matt Schaub from the Texans in exchange for a 2014 sixth-round draft pick.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports the Texans are expected to trade Matt Schaub to the Raiders for a late-round pick in the 2014 draft.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports the Texans are "pushing to trade" Matt Schaub.
ESPN's Paul Gutierrez reports Matt Schaub is the Raiders' top quarterback target, but Mark Sanchez, free agent Josh Freeman, and free agent Michael Vick are also on their wish list.
The Houston Chronicle believes the Texans will hold onto Matt Schaub "for a while."
The Oakland Tribune reports the Raiders' preferred veteran QB addition is Matt Schaub.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports the Jets are not in the hunt for Matt Schaub.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports the Browns, Raiders, and Jets would be interested in Matt Schaub "if (when)" he is released.
The Houston Chronicle's John McClain reports the Texans have been "thinking about" keeping Matt Schaub, but that he'd be "stunned" if they do.
A source tells the Daily News that Matt Schaub is not interested in being Geno Smith's backup.
ESPN New York reports the Jets "could check into the availability" of Matt Schaub.