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2013 Training Camp Day 3 in Photos

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Oakland Raiders: Camp Battles – WR Edition

I will be doing a series of Raiders camp position battles throughout the off-season starting with wide receiver. I will continue to update these battles throughout camp as roster events take place such as injuries, cuts, new signings, etc. Here

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Preseason Profile: Jacoby Ford, WR

Jacoby Ford #12 College: Clemson Height: 5’8⅞” Weight: 186 lbs Arm Length: 30.4″ Hand Size: 9.3″   40 Yard Dash: 4.28 3 Cone Drill: 7.0 20 Yard Shuttle: 4.44 Bench Press: 15 reps Vertical Jump: 33.5″ Broad Jump: 115″  

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Raiders Ramblings 4/18/12

I talk about the division, the schedule and the roster on my drive home. Podcast: Play in new window | Download

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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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Overrated Oakland Raiders 2011

As seen on Bleacher Report: As with any fan base, the Raider Nation is not immune to overrating players. Every offseason coaches and front office personnel across the league lock themselves in the film room to study their own roster. It’s

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What Really Lead To Hue Jackson’s Firing?

Allow me for a moment to walk the Raider Nation through a timeline of Hue Jackson’s tenure with the Raiders. 2010 Al Davis hires Hue Jackson to revamp an offense that hadn’t been good in many years. With the aide of competent

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2011 Bold Predictions Revisited

Prediction 1: Matt Shaughnessy will have 10 sacks or more. Result: Shaughnessy played in three games registering 1 sack. There is no way of knowing is Shaughnessy would have made it to 10 sacks and the three games was too

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Preview Week 17: Must Win

When the Raiders exit the field Sunday, there are three possible scenarios for the Raiders: Division Champs, Wildcard winners, or out of the playoffs. The Raiders could be division champions with a win and the Chiefs can beat the Broncos,

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What’s Going On In The Training Room?

Anyone who is a Raiders fan or works writing about football is beyond frustrated with the Raiders organization right now. Not because of the way they’re playing, which is bipolar to say the least, experiencing glimpses of an untouchable championship team,

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  • @FO_ScottKacsmar I bumped it 2 wins in my head. Not a horrible idea.
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  • RT @AdamSchefter: Over past seven seasons, Broncos WR Wes Welker has caught 745 passes -- 53 more than any other player in NFL in that span.
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  • Greg Robisnon isn't starting. Pass pro must still be suspect.
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