Monthly Archives: July 2008

2008 Camp Day 2-4

What have we learned from our 2008-2009 Oakland Raiders this far? Well, a lot has to be said of the mentality change. Russell is positive, Kiffin said that McFadden has a GREAT attitude. Overall, a lot to be happy about.

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2008 Camp Day 1

Camp is finally here. I guess there were a lot of positives today, because even Ol’ McDonald was upbeat. I guess when there is hardly anything negative to report, its tough to be negative, even for middle-aged sports reporters. -Javon

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Asomugha Signs Franchise Tender

According to Adam Stiffler of NFL Network, Nnamdi Asomugha signed his tender and will be at camp. I have to think one of two things caused Asomugha to change his mind. 1) The Raiders assured him he wouldn’t be franchised

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2008 Pre-Camp Positional Analysis: WR, OL, TE, FB

So, I’ve been slacking. So sue me, I have a day job and I still do this stuff. Those other bloggers get paid and still can’t write a decent blog everyday. So to catch up, here it goes, got to

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2008 Pre-Camp Position Analysis: RB

This might be one of the most intriguing positions on the Raiders roster. We drafted Darren McFadden a year after sinking a flyer on Michael Bush in the 4th round and just after inking Fargas to an extension which is

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2008 Pre-Camp Position Analysis: QB

There isn’t much doubt in Raiderland about who the starting Quarterback is. Lane Kiffin announced it at the end of last season. We all know it is JaMarcus Russell. However, what isn’t so clear is who the backup Quarterback is.

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Sam Adams, Gravvy Jackson Would be Welcome Additions

Bill Williamson reports the Raiders could be interested in bringing in veteran defensive tackle depth. He thinks the jobless Sam Adams and Grady Jackson might be good fits and I couldn’t agree more. Both of these guys are veterans that

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  • @jerryjungemann @PleveJuan No, but I don't go to Vegas much.
    about 3 hours ago
  • @eNdblu Check my TL.
    about 4 hours ago
  • @Hovito310 @AP_sports1 2 things. 1) I go to camp on my own dime. 2) Jano hasn't been kicking in practice much.
    about 4 hours ago
  • @EmilioCruz35 Well said.
    about 4 hours ago
  • With guys like Tuck and Woodson I tend not to get too worried if they aren't dominating camp. Saving the juice for games.
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