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Scouting The Enemy: KC Chiefs 2012 Training Camp

Al Pacino said “Keep your friends close, but your enemies closer”, and that’s exactly what I did Wednesday as I traveled to St. Joseph, Missouri to attend Chiefs training camp. The Raider Nation has tremendous dedication and support for their

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Do the Raiders Need a Power Back?

Much like the understanding that the NFL has become a passing league, it has also has adopted the “running back by committee” model. In a day and age where running backs seem to be a dime a dozen, teams are

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Training Camp Day 4 Primer

Friday’s training camp practice starts at 2:20 p.m. Did you forget what happened the rest of the week or are you still catching up from a busy work week? No problem! Check out these links to my camp report series.

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Oakland Raiders Training Camp Report: Winners and Losers from Day 1

As seen on Bleacher Report. Owner Mark Davis and general manager Reggie McKenzie were in Napa, Calif. to watch the first practice under new head coach Dennis Allen. The new era of Raiders football got underway on a beautiful sunny day

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