The Next Step: Open up the Combine to Fans and the Raider Nation Will Be There (Tribute and Proposal)
Damali Binta – Feb 12, 2012
A Tribute and Proposal inspired by an Oakland Raider
Damali Binta – Feb 10, 2012
ARIK A. ODUNO says:
John Doublin – Feb 9, 2012
The San Francisco Chronicle is reporting, (as well as several other sources) that the Oakland Raiders have released cornerback Stanford Routt. This is proof-positive that the new regime of Reggie McKenzie and Dennis Allen are not afraid of making tough decisions.
John Doublin – Feb 10, 2012
Oakland Raiders' new general manager Reggie McKenzie has only been with the team for a little more than a month. In that short time, he has already sent a very clear message to the team.
Damali Binta – Feb 9, 2012
After reading about the Boot Camp for Footballâ€™s Fabulous Females I wondered if the boot camp for them is as grueling as the Boot Camp at the United States Military Academy (West Point). At West Point, a place that I visited a couple of times to participate in and to teach in a Calculus Reform Workshop, I remembered that some folks call the West Point Boot Camp the â€œBeast Barracksâ€.
Elias Trejo – Feb 9, 2012
The Oakland Raiders released Stanford Routt on Thursday. Routt recently signed a contract extension last year that guaranteed him $20 million. This is a major move by General Manager Reggie McKenzie who has not been shy to shake things up.Â He fired head coach Hue Jackson shortly after being hired, and now he has a released Routt .Â Routt has been with the Raiders since 2005 and had a total of 11 interceptions in his career. Four of those came this season as the Raiders #1 cornerback which was good for second on the team Â This move should put the majority of the team on notice and it should make things interesting for the rest of the off season. Who is next on McKenzie's list? How much will McKenzie look to change? Let's take a look at three guys who could be in danger.
David Wilson – Feb 9, 2012
The Oakland Raiders announced today that they have released starting cornerback Stanford Routt, one year after signing a five year, $54 million dollar contract.
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