Posted July 24, 2012 on AP on Fox
The uniforms are the same familiar silver and black the Oakland Raiders have worn for decades. The roster contains the fastest collection of players in the NFL. And the offense features a quarterback who wants to throw the ball deep. Those are just some of the many familiar standards that still exist as the Raiders head to their first training camp since death of owner and architect Al Davis. But make no mistake, there's a different vibe around the Raiders as they begin preparations for their first season in a half-century without Davis at the helm. ''The newness has started to dwindle, but every day is something because things have been done a certain way for so long. It's just the way it is,'' general manager Reggie McKenzie said. ''Changes are going to continue to be made through this time next year because you can't build Rome overnight.'' But McKenzie has made progress on a complete overhaul since being hired by Davis' son, Mark, in January to run the football side of the o...
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