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Free Agency Primer 2011: Part 1

With the end of the lockout in view and free agency on the horizon it is time to review what the Raiders need to do once the NFL opens for business. We start with what the Raiders need to do

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Raiders Need a Quarterback

Jason Campbell will be the starter going into the 2011 season. Given his inconsistency in 2010, the Raiders must hedge its bet and bring in a quarterback of the future. The backup quarterback is Kyle Boller and is no threat

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Who’s On The Bubble?

Al Davis and the coaching staff face harder cuts this offseason as they attempt to improve the 53-man roster. Below is a projection of the roster locks and bubble players: Comment here, on Twitter or on Facebook. QUARTERBACKS (4, will keep 3)Locks:

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Gradkowski Named Starter: Can He Help?

The quarterback play can’t get any worse and even a slight bump in production will lead to a more competitive team. Right? Chad Ochocinco may have said it best during his media conference call. What is on the field doesn’t

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Charlie Frye Becomes #6

Did we hire Jon Gruden to be the Head Coach? All of a sudden we have six Quarterbacks on the roster. Charlie Frye was officially added to the roster today. So now we have a glut of QBs and not

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