Here’s What is Left to Make Las Vegas Raiders a Reality

HOUSTON — Back in January, Mark Davis had just watched his plan to move the Raiders down the I-5 to Carson, Calif., go up in smoke, and he had every reason to hang his head as the Rams’ Inglewood project was voted through, and the Chargers got the first shot to join them. As it turns out, the circumstance set the stage for a different kind of defining moment than the one the...
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Former Oakland Raiders Tackle Henry Lawrence Honors Al Davis

Former Oakland Raiders tackle Henry Lawrence was in attendance on Sunday against the Kansas City Chiefs to light the Al Davis memorial torch.
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Is Oakland’s Mount Davis Killing Fly Balls?

My favorite part of my job is when players ask me questions. It’s difficult enough to come up with questions on a daily basis, so it’s great to get a free piece — and it’s even better when the question came from someone who plays the game every day. Once you make it to the Show, it’s all about staying in the Show, and that means making the most of your athletic talents...
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Ken Stabler was the Oakland Raiders Autumn Wind

"The Autumn Wind is a Stabler,” is how the Oakland Raiders theme song should begin. We always talk about ‘glory years’ with a sense of nostalgia, a sense of better times, a sense of purity. The glory years for the Raiders, however, are always about how they created a culture appreciated by past and present generations alike. There is nothing nostalgic about the idea of The...
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August 05, 2016  |  Discuss

Cardiff City owner tells team to shoot more, because ugly men can marry beautiful women

In a strange bit of wisdom, Cardiff City owner Vincent Tan told his players he wanted them to shoot as many times as possible — at least 30 times per game — because scoring goals is like finding a wife. Tan’s logic essentially boils down to this: The more shots you take, the more times you will score. And just like a marriage proposal, if you ask a woman to marry you 50 times...
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February 12, 2016  |  Discuss

Raiders to announce lease extension in Oakland as reports come out owners don’t want them in LA

All signs point to the Oakland Raiders remaining in Oakland, though not really by their own free will. The Raiders and the Oakland Alameda County Coliseum Joint Powers Authority will hold a press conference at 3 p.m. Pacific Time, presumably to announce an extension of the team’s lease at Coliseum.   Presser today for JPA/Raiders announcement. Short-term lease w/
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February 11, 2016  |  Discuss

NFL owners reportedly concerned with Raiders-gang connections in LA

The Oakland Raiders are the odd team out for now in the race to move to Los Angeles, and it sounds like that is something pleasing to the NFL owners. Seth Wickersham and Don Van Natta Jr. have a feature in ESPN the Magazine that takes an in-depth look at the process that led to the Rams being approved by the league to move back to LA. The piece goes into detail discussing the struggle...
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February 11, 2016  |  Discuss

Report: Raiders refusing NFL orders to paint 50-yard line numbers in gold

Is there a more lovable outlaw organization in sports than the Raiders? Probably not. The team that is notorious for not cooperating with the NFL is once again in the crosshairs of the league, this time for reportedly refusing to follow league directions to paint the 50-yard line numbers at Coliseum in gold for its home games. The league directed teams to have the 50-yard...
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September 22, 2015  |  Discuss

NFL legend Ken Stabler has passed away at 69

By Vincent Frank Despite a premature report earlier in the day that led to confusion surrounding the status of former NFL quarterback Ken Stabler, his family has confirmed that the all-time great passed away on Thursday at the age of 69. Here’s part of the statement confirming Stabler’s death: “He was a kind, generous and unselfish man, never turning down an autograph...
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July 09, 2015  |  Discuss

Al Davis and the Raider way lives on in Mark Davis

The Oakland Raiders and Al Davis were synonymous for many years. The owner and former coach ran almost every aspect of the football operations and was the face of the franchise like no other owner ever has been or ever will be. Even Jerry Jones is not the same type of figurehead as Davis was. So when he passed away, many began preparing themselves for what were expected to be some...
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January 08, 2014  |  Discuss

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