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Raiders Free Agency Preview: Why Oakland Must Pursue These 11 Players

At 1 p.m. PDT, March 13, 2012 the NFL’s free agency period starts and the Raiders must be under the salary cap. There are a number of player contracts that have not yet restructured or otherwise addressed which will likely

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Posted in 2012 Free Agency, Free Agency, Offseason 2012

Predicting the Raiders Defensive Starters

The Oakland Raiders may not do much shuffling on the offensive side of the ball, but the 29th ranked defense will be altered. Stanford Routt has already been released and Reggie McKenzie promises even more change. Of the 11 positions on defense,

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Free Agency Strategy: Play Moneyball

A lot has been made of the Raiders lack of draft selections in the 2012 NFL draft. The Raiders have just two, but are likely to be awarded a few more by the NFL when they announce compensatory picks in

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Posted in 2012 Free Agency, Free Agency, Offseason 2012

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  • @bkissel7 At first I was like, who the heck is William Kissel!
    about 40 mins ago
  • Was Pryor's offense (deliberate manipulation of our eligibility rules) 2.5 worse than Rice's?
    about 41 mins ago
  • Better to compare Goodell's actions to his own actions, not drug suspensions that have little to do with him.
    about 46 mins ago
  • Punishments have never really fit the crime under Goodell's near absolute power to suspend players. Pryor, Roethlisberger, Bountygate.
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