Found January 12, 2012 on Silver and Black Daily:
PLAYERS: Al Davis
With the passing of the legend, the icon that was Al Davis, it was expected that things where going to be different in Oakland.  After all, there has never been (nor will there ever be again) one person so influential in a sports organization.  For the better part of its entire existence, Al Davis WAS [...]
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