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Scouting the Raiders Recent Front Office Changes

When Reggie McKenzie was hired he spoke of the fact that he planned to make changes within the Raiders front office. He brought up his vision of having everyone within the organization from front office employees to players on the

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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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Reggie McKenzie to be Raiders GM

Green Bay Packers director of football operations Reggie McKenzie will be the Raiders next general manager according to an ESPN report. The Raiders general manager had been owner Al Davis since 1963. Thus a new era of Raiders football begins

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Life After Al: Who

The passing of Al Davis has the Raider Nation and the league wondering what will become of the team. Who will run the football operations? Mark Davis and Amy Trask already have a list of candidates to fill the football

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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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  • RT @SInow: In case you were wondering, combining the faces of two NFL players yields HORRIFYING results: http://t.co/ne4L0ABpVF http://t.co…
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  • No rush. They don't need the $. Don't have to pay them yet. RT @TatumsGhost: @ChrisHansenNFL why haven't Raiders released MJD and Schaub?
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  • Seems to me that Peyton pretty much has a $4M incentive to win the Super Bowl. Don't see what else it could be.
    about 5 hours ago
  • Most team incentives are NLTBE, especially those that the team didn't achieve prior year or are better than fifth from the top.
    about 5 hours ago
  • Would have to be not-likely to be earned incentives for Peyton or they would count against the cap.
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