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Jason Campbell Stat Breakdown

The doldrums of the NFL offseason are upon us. There isn’t much to keep football fans going this time of year, besides the drama that seems to be created and spewed from the ESPN’s headquarters in Bristol. In a time

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Offense Rebuild Incomplete

People will be talking about JaMarcus Russell for weeks to come. Who was responsible for him being so terrible? Who will give him a second chance? JaMarcus Russell is a “big” bust in every sense. He has struggled with weight

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20 Early Predictions

I’m about as steadfast in these predictions as a politician is in a campaign promise. Read. Laugh. Enjoy. 1. The quarterback depth chart will be Jason Campbell, Bruce Gradkowski, JaMarcus Russell barring injury. 2. The Raiders will win nine games

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Minicamp Day 2: Morning Session

Unfortunately, I’m not at the minicamp today. I’ve contacted Raiders PR man Mike Taylor and we should get it worked out soon enough. – From the reports I’ve seen, the Raiders passing game looks better than last year at this

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2009 Jason Campbell Video Interviews

Raiders new quarterback Jason Campbell was interviewed last offseason by Antwaan Randle El. If you want learn about the Raiders quarterback’s character, work ethic and personality, these videos may be able to help. Part 2: Part 3: Part 4: Part

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Raiders Want a Redo: Russell Will Compete

According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, Russell will be allowed to report to minicamp and compete for the job. If Al Davis is intent on keeping Russell, this is the way to do it. Cutting Russell right now would be a

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10 Lingering Questions For The Raiders

The Raiders had a few basic goals this offseason: Improve the rush defense without sacrificing a pass rush, protect the QB, improve the return game, and acquire a better QB. I'm not sure even the Raiders believed they could address

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Campbell An Amazing Value

It isn’t often you can get a starting QB via trade. It is even more rare when you can get a starting QB for a fourth round pick two years into the future. The Raiders have added a year to

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Jason Campbell is a Raider

Jason Campbell is a Raider. The compensation isn’t yet known, but he will be a Raider and will immediately make the Raiders a playoff contender. I’ll have more analysis later….

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