Monthly Archives: March 2010

Fargas, Alston, Warren Drawing Interest

Justin Fargas is visiting the Eagles. Jon Alston the Jets. Gerrard Warren is already drawing interest from a few teams. Why should we care? It seems like guys Raider Nation consider scrubs end up catching on elsewhere. In this case,

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Raiders Interested in TO

ESPN’s John Clayton reports the Raiders could make a run at Terrell Owens.   He is desperate for a team, that is for sure.   It is interesting considering the Raiders plethora of young wide-receivers.   At this point it

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Gerrard Warren Finally Released

In a move we all know was coming, Gerrard Warren has been released. He was due to receive a big roster bonus in the coming days.   For the first time in many years the Raiders are shedding contracts and

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Larry Johnson a Raider?

http://Profootballtalk.com reports that Larry Johnson will visit the Raiders on Sunday. He will first visit the Redskins.   This is a troubling piece of news because Larry Johnson is the opposite of Justin Fargas in the locker room. He does

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Al Davis Wallet May Be Light

With the shedding of several veteran players and the lack of interest in big name free agents, one has to wonder? Does Al Davis have money to burn? Davis gave $14 million to Javon Walker in two fruitless seasons and

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Wholesale Changes For Raiders

What a week and it is just Monday! Javon Walker, Greg Ellis, Cornell Green are out, is Anthony Becht in? Walker, the biggest bust in free agency history is finally gone. He is making money this season, on or off

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Restricted Free Agent News

The Raiders have tendered offers to several restricted free agents. More than a few of them will raise eyebrows. I’ll keep this post updated as more information is released and/or rumored. Here is the very latest: Bruce Gradkowski – 2nd

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  • RT @Broncos: The #Broncos have officially placed their non-exclusive franchise tag on WR Demaryius Thomas.
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