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Injury Updates: Schilens, Bush & Campbell

Chaz Schilens will miss 3-6 weeks after undergoing surgery on his knee. He is more than likely out for the opener and likely will also miss the first few weeks of the season. His injury history is now pages long

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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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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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Camp Questions, Preseason Answers

The first preseason game could answer questions or it could create new ones and complicate old ones. There is no way to know what will happen Thursday night in Dallas. More than anything, the coaches want to make it through

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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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Position To Watch: Left Tackle

There were approximately four major needs the Raiders wanted to address this offseason. 1 – The Quarterback 2 – The Run Defense 3 – The Offensive Line 4 – The Return Game Time will tell if the offseason moves will

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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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Teammates Defend Russell

Earlier today I posed the question via Twitter, “Mr. Russell: Are you or aren’t you doing the things it takes to be good and win?” I asked the question amid a flood of information regarding Russell missing and/or being late

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Pre-Season Game 1: Battle of the Bay

I was at the game, so this is from a live perspective this time around. I should attend a number of games this season, although I don’t forsee another pre-season game in me. I got to see the rotations and

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  • @Justin_Ebright I typically refer to women significantly younger than myself as girls. I don't mean anything by it. Many are women not girls
    about 21 hours ago
  • @the_corsaro It's not right. That's what I know.
    about 21 hours ago
  • No, it isn't. It can be used that way though. As can many words. https://t.co/UxCoee3hjs
    about 21 hours ago
  • I asked my wife and she said when she got married to me. Not a hard cutoff. https://t.co/H341GHxCMl
    about 21 hours ago
  • I called the woman Manning allegedly assaulted a girl. I agree "girl" can be derogatory. Not my intention nor is it a material fact here.
    about 21 hours ago