NFL Hall of Fame: Tim Brown and 3 Oakland Raiders who deserve to be in the Hall of Fame

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Elias Trejo – Feb 4, 2012

Congratulations to the 2012 NFL Hall of Fame inductees: Curtis Martin, Chris Doleman, Cortez Kennedy, Dermontti Dawson, Willie Roaf, and Jack Butler. Anytime you get voted into the Hall of Fame it is a high honor. Tim Brown was a finalist for this year, but did not get voted in. His time will come, but the question is when? Brown has 100 touchdown receptions, 14,934 receiving yards, 1,094 receptions, and 19, 679 all purpose yards. That is good for sixth all-time or better in all of those categories and should be good enough to have him in the Hall of Fame. Brown wasn't only a top tier receiver, he was a top tier football player as he also returned punts and is fifth all time in punt return yards. The Oakland Raiders have 13 players in the NFL Hall of Fame, but the reality is they should have more. Let's take a look at three other Oakland Raiders who deserve to be in the Hall of Fame.



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A Super Bowl Story: Dave Dalby, A Football Treasure whose Life is a Lesson of Restoration and Redemption

Damali Binta – Feb 4, 2012

Some NFL players are yearning to get one Super Bowl ring. This Sunday, Feb 5, 2012, millions of fans will peer at television screens to see who becomes victorious in the battle between the New York Giants and the New England Patriots.

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Oakland Raiders Full Coaching Staff Updates *UPDATED*

David Wilson – Feb 2, 2012

The Oakland Raiders new Head Coach Dennis Allen continues to fill out his staff, with the help of General manager Reggie McKenzie

Oakland Raiders: 5 Free Agents Who Could Be Targeted By Other Teams

John Condo plays a vital role in special teams

David Wilson – Feb 3, 2012

We have written plenty about the free agents that we would like the Oakland Raiders to target over the last few days, but free agency is a two way business.

Oakland Raiders Coach Profile: Dennis Allen

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Luis Reyes – Feb 3, 2012

On Jan. 24, 2012 Oakland Raiders General Manager Reggie McKenzie hired the 18th head coach of the Silver and Black, Dennis Allen. After listening to the introductory news conference on Jan. 30, 2012 we got to learn what Head Coach Dennis Allen will be bringing to the table in the upcoming 2012 NFL Season.


Oakland Raiders Coaching News: New Faces for the "New Era!"

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Doublin – Feb 2, 2012

Paul Gutierrez of CSN Bay Area is reporting that the Oakland Raiders have hired Steve Hoffman, formerly of the Kansas City Chiefs, as special teams coach to replace John Fassel who is now with the St. Louis Rams.



"Teach the Concepts" is What Dennis Allen Says to the Oakland Raiders and Raider Nation

Damali Binta – Feb 2, 2012

Grant Napear's Show on 1140 The Fan aired an interview with Head Coach Dennis Allen. Certain things stood out. When Allen focused on the importance of teaching the concepts to help the Oakland Raiders understand what he and the other coaches will be looking for, it impressed this writer.


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