Monthly Archives: March 2008

It’s That Time of the Year

Before the draft and after most of the major free agents have been signed there is a significant lull in the offseason. Most teams are hard at work evaluating college prospects and setting their draft order. Little news is coming

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The Full Monte

So its been a pretty dull couple of weeks since DeAngelo came to town. I want to bring attention to an article by Monte Pool. Some of you may have read it. Here are some highlights with my commentary. The

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Raiders add a Hall of a Weapon

As expected, DeAngelo Hall has been traded for a 2008 second round pick and 2009 fifth round pick. He has signed a deal worth about $25 million in guarantees. What does this signing mean to the team’s likelihood of success

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Hall in Oakland

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Cash Flow and Kiffin

Amongst the news that DeAngelo Hall is coming to Oakland is a realization. Davis is in complete control. Although I am not sure about the Hall signing, I may warm up to it. Routt did decently at CB, but not

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DeTangelo Hall

Check out what I think about the DeAngelo Hall situation. Leave your comments and if they are good, I’ll address them in the next podcast or in a blog post. Working on a Voice mail feature that would enable me

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Raider Rage Podcast

Hello everyone. Another new feature from the Raider blogger who loves new features.

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DeAngelo Hall-elujah

Compensation has not been reached between Raiders and Falcons 5:19 p.m.Second AND Sixth Round draft choices for Hall confirmed by multiple sources. Contract Negotiation with Hall on going. 6:05 p.m. Once we get Hall, which it looks like it is

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JAB (Jerry, Al, Bill) Could Make the Big Move

The more I think about this offseason, the more I wouldn’t be shocked if we moved up to get Chris Long. I am not usually one to make up possible trades, but if ever one made sense, this one does.

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Jarrod Cooper Coming Back

Coop said he is working on his contract and will finish his career in the Silver & Black at The Commitment to Excellence Award Dinner. He also made a prediction of a “winning season” for the Raiders in 2008. Last

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Twitter

  • @LeskiwSFBay Say they cut Woodley just b4 next season. He's not landing another job most likely. Leverage to reduce cap #.
    about 2 hours ago
  • @LeskiwSFBay That's why some players negotiate roster bonuses due at start of league year. Have time to shop services.
    about 2 hours ago
  • @LeskiwSFBay Don't have to decide before. Can reel in big fish before throwing him back.
    about 2 hours ago
  • @LeskiwSFBay People forget...elite talents rarely available in free agency unless rare circumstances. Suh is 1, but rare.
    about 2 hours ago
  • @LeskiwSFBay Plenty of money to reel in marquee player assuming they would come. Assuming can keep him for less, still need the bodies/depth
    about 2 hours ago