John Doublin – Apr 12, 2012
With Reggie McKenzie spear-heading the charge into the "new era" of Oakland Raiders football, a new mentality permeates the team. There will be no more ridiculous salaries, no more prima-donnas and only young, hungry, reasonably priced players will be donning the Silver and Black in 2012.
David Wilson – Apr 11, 2012
The Raiders don’t have a pick in this years draft until number 95, at the end of the third round (not that this bothers Reggie McKenzie), so predicting who Oakland’s first pick will be becomes difficult. It depends greatly on the players still left on the board when the number 95 selection comes around.
Damali Binta – Apr 7, 2012
Twenty-seven years was a long time to be out of touch with one of the most gifted NFL players who attended the same college I did before 1966. When you look back over your life, you realize that achievements in education and travel are good, but touching the lives of people is better.
John Doublin – Apr 10, 2012
As the Oakland Raiders enter their "new era" led by general manager Reggie McKenzie and new head coach Dennis Allen, a new philosophy of player management and roster building has begun. Raider Nation will no longer see over-paid, under-performing players like Kamerion Wimbley or Stanford Routt be handed their starting jobs.
David Wilson – Apr 9, 2012
Since 1963, the Oakland Raiders have run a base cover zero defense, with the two cornerbacks matching up man to man with opposing receivers. Neither did Al Davis like the blitz, preferring to get pressure with the front four. Since their last Superbowl appearance in 2002, the Raiders have not had a formidable defense, despite having a number of elite players on the roster.
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Damali Binta – Apr 6, 2012
We all fall short, says the words of wisdom that some folks read. What is better is that many rise up above adversity and the latter years become better than their youthful years.
John Doublin – Apr 6, 2012
Several sources are now reporting the Oakland Raiders have agreed to terms with free agent defensive end Dave Tollefson. General manager Reggie McKenzie continues add players at positions of need in Oakland. The agreed upon terms have not yet been announced, but judging from the moves and salaries McKenzie has been adding all off-season it's likely a reasonable deal for the Raiders.
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