Monthly Archives: February 2010

Seymour Receives The Franchise Tag

In a move that surprises no one, Raiders Defensive End Richard Seymour will be given the franchise tag designation. He will make just above $12 million in 2011 if the Raiders and Seymour don’t come to terms on a long-term

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Raiders will Tender Gradkowski, Shop Him at Combine

"Raiders will not try to sign Gradkowski to contract-he is getting atender. He will be shopped to other teams at Combine." -Ralph Cindrich

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ESPN: Raiders Shopping Entire Roster

This morning, Adam Schefter of ESPN, reported that the Raiders are shopping its entire roster, including Nnamdi Asomugha.The insider article states that Asomugha’s contract makes him nearly untradeable due to a large roster bonus due on March 5 and the

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Seabass Richest Kicker Ever

ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that Sebastian Janikowski has reached an agreement on a 4-year $16 million dollar contract with $9 million in guarantees. Seabass has turned into one of, if not the best kicker in the league in the past

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Making The Case For A Shared Stadium

Raiders and 49ers fans will forever be locked into a location rivalry. The clean-cut fans from San Francisco and the rough edged fans from Oakland. Most people greet any shared stadium idea with very negative sentiment. I am not sure

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Davis Takes New Approach With Jackson, Pendergast

Year after year, Al Davis sizes up his coaching staff. Starting first with the head coach. Prior to Norv Turner, a sub 8-8 record was unacceptable and grounds for immediate firing. Below is a bit of history you may already

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Roster Breakdown: The Offense

One could look at the Raiders offense and decide to scrap the entire thing. If you take a deep look at each element there is some hope, but as a group, you might as well throw it away and start

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