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Preseason Profile: Philip Wheeler, LB

Philip Wheeler #52 College: Georgia Tech Height: 6’1⅞” Weight: 248 lbs Arm Length: N/A” Hand Size: N/A”   40 Yard Dash: 4.76 3 Cone Drill: 7.11 20 Yard Shuttle: 4.29 Bench Press: 24 reps Vertical Jump: 31″ Broad Jump: 118″

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Preseason Profile: Rolando McClain, LB

Rolando McClain #55 College: Alabama Height: 6’3″ Weight: 254 lbs Arm Length: 33″ Hand Size: 9 3/8″   40 Yard Dash: 4.69 3 Cone Drill: N/A 20 Yard Shuttle: N/A Bench Press: 24 reps Vertical Jump: 35″ Broad Jump: N/A

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Are the Oakland Raiders Rebuilding or Reloading?

With new management in Oakland comes many changes including personnel, schemes, philosophies and even media relations. By nature change tends to make people uneasy. It’s hard to get that comfortable feeling many fans are looking for this time of year

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A Deeper Look Into Roster Decisions

This is the time of year where general managers earn their money. They are paid to make the right decisions for the team, whether it’s the most popular one or not. It is also the time of year when fans

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Ranking the Oakland Raiders 2012 Offseason Hires

Al Davis carefully planned his estate so his son could retain full control of the team. It will be Mark Davis who leads the team into an era of Raiders football without his legendary father. Mark Davis waited three months before making

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Access Denied

It’s clear that Dennis Allen is ready to take the reins as a head coach in the NFL. Allen is praised by his peers, he has earned the respect of his former players, he has even been mentored by some

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A Defensive Scheme Mystery

There is always going to be a good debate between fans on how the Raiders should scheme on defense. It really doesn’t matter what side you are on, because there are good arguments for both sides. There has been speculation

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McKenzie’s Shortlist

Pete Carmichael Jr. Status: Interviewed 1/13, no longer under consideration Age: 40 Specialty: Offense/Quarterbacks Current Position: Offensive Coordinator, New Orleans Saints Head Coaching Experience: None McKenzie link: unknown Notes: Carmichael has been Sean Payton’s offensive coordinator for many years. He’s

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Twitter

  • @Peter_Bukowski Nah.
    about 12 hours ago
  • Funny that in the NBA the shot to the balls becomes national fodder. In the NHL, someone gets a stick to the balls every game.
    about 12 hours ago
  • @jharders35 Thank you. Hopefully can wrote more this season after a quiet 2015.
    about 12 hours ago
  • @jharders35 Things have changed a lot in modern countries in terms of earthquake preparedness, but fair point.
    about 12 hours ago
  • @jharders35 Hurricanes are no big deal unless they are Cat 4+ usually. Big Earthquakes are rare. Mostly a little shake.
    about 12 hours ago