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Post Game Wrap: Raiders Fall Late 28-24

We learned quite a bit about the 2010 Raiders in the third preseason game, often considered a regular season primer. Although the Raiders lost the final score, the score when the bulk of the starters exited the game was 21-17

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Gradkowski Falling, Boller Rising

Bruce Gradkowski can’t seem to stay healthy. Among his ailments of the last two seasons are torn MCLs in both knees, a torn pectoral and sore groin. Despite Gradkowski’s extensive injury history he has started a few games and been

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Watch The Passing Game

Preseason is not a time to worry about wins and losses. The coaches aren’t worried about wins because too often a score is the result of little to no game planning. The coaches will go back and evaluate every player in

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Post Game Wrap: Raiders 17, Cowboys 9

News and notes from the Raiders 10-point victory Thursday night in Dallas: Football season has arrived, officially, with the first game preseason game. It doesn’t count and the score doesn’t matter, but the new season started and the fans were

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‘Learning Intensive’ Practices Delay Assessment

The Raider Nation must wait until Monday to begin assessing the team behind the leadership of new starter Jason Campbell. Thanks to Tom Cable’s ‘learning intensive’ practices, the Raiders will not put on pads until Monday.The offense could put the

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Raiders Announce Campbell As Starter

Removing any notion of a competition between Jason Campbell and Bruce Gradkowski, the Raiders sent a mass email announcing Campbell starting quarterback. Look for Campbell to receive all of the first team reps during training camp. More to come…

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Offensive Style Will Benefit Jason Campbell

The Washington Redskins parted ways with Jason Campbell after five seasons, trading him to the Oakland Raiders for a fourth-round pick in the 2012 NFL draft. The Redskins along with new General Manager Bruce Allen and Head Coach Mike Shannahan

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Offseason Momentum?

There is no media access until training camp, but by NFL standards, the Raiders have had a good offseason. By recent Raiders standards it was a great offseason. If you had to guess what items were on Tom Cable’s checklist

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A Reason To Be Excited

So the Raiders didn’t get Donovan McNabb. A lot of Raiders fans, including myself, were on the edge of their seats hoping and praying for a chance to finally get a real quarterback this off-season. When the McNabb rumors started

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First Day of OTAs: Watch the Passing Game

The first of 12 organized team activities begins today. Media access will be Wednesday. Fans and media are left to speculate on what the Raiders might be doing behind closed doors. A large tweak of the defense this offseason might

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Twitter

  • Let me reiterate. #Raiders did not know they were going to get Carr when they traded for Schaub.
    about 11 mins ago
  • @EL_TACO_NACO Thank you.
    about 12 mins ago
  • Raiders handled situation as best as they probably could. Took pressure off Carr. Tried to build Schaub's confidence.
    about 28 mins ago
  • Carr was the future. He became the present when Schaub played like he did in his recent past.
    about 40 mins ago
  • RT @Jerrymcd: This will be the first time the Raiders started a rookie QB in Week 1 since . . . well, ever, I think . .
    about 44 mins ago