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Here are all 12 of the Raiders' potential future stadium outcomes

Owner Mark Davis has a dozen choices to consider regarding the future of his team. He just needs to pick one. Kyle Terada USA TODAY SportsA Raiders fan might over plenty of words to describe their team's sluggish stadium efforts.Confusing shouldn't be one of them, though. According to CSN Bay Area's Andy Dolich, the Silver and Black is limited to only 12 different scenarios when...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

Raiders owner Mark Davis attends Oakland town hall meeting

OAKLAND, Calif. -- Raiders owner Mark Davis made a surprise appearance at an NFL-sponsored town hall meeting Thursday night and said he is still committed to keeping his team in Oakland. Nearly 400 people filed into the downtown Paramount Theater for the scheduled three-hour event designed to give fans a chance to voice their opinions about the Raiders' potential move to Los Angeles...
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8 days ago  |  Discuss

Mark Davis could sell majority of Raiders for Los Angeles

Oakland Raiders majority Owner Mark Davis could be seeking a partner to bring the franchise back to Los Angeles, according to a report by Bleacher Report. #Raiders owner Mark Davis just said he’s willing to take on a partner in Los Angeles. “Whatever it takes to make something happen,” he said — Jason Cole (@JasonColeBR) October 7, 2015 Davis already entered a joint proposal...
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October 07, 2015  |  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 league is once again in the crosshairs of the NFL, 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...
Via Larry Brown Sports
September 22, 2015  |  Discuss

If Al Davis Were Alive He Would Draft BYU QB Tanner Magnum

When Al Davis was running the show in Oakland there was one thing you knew about his Raiders--they were going to throw the deep ball often. Davis loved the deep ball and preferred to have quarterbacks that were good at throwing it and receivers fast enough to go deep downfield to get it.After watching the BYU-Boise State game (and the end of last week's BYU-Nebraska game) it is safe...
Via FatManWriting
September 13, 2015  |  Discuss

Jerry Jones’ comments on Los Angeles tell us nothing

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is one of the most powerful in the league, so when he speaks about something like the future of the NFL in Los Angeles, people listen. Jones spoke Monday after watching his team practice in Southern California against the St. Louis Rams—one of the teams trying to move—with their owner Stan Kroenke. Steve Wyche of reported that Jones...
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August 18, 2015  |  Discuss

NFL legend Ken Stabler has passed away at 69

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 request or an opportunity...
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July 09, 2015  |  Discuss

Mark Davis Will be Directly Involved in Raiders Coaching Search

The Oakland Raiders next major decision as a franchise will be who to hire as the organization’s next head coach. And it appears that enigmatic Raiders owner Mark Davis will directly involve himself in the process. Tim Kawakami of the San Jose Mercury News summed up his brief conversation with Davis in a recent report.  Davis is making it clear that he’s going to be involved...
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December 25, 2014  |  Discuss

Al Davis Mock Draft - Oakland Raiders

One of the greatest football minds, the NFL, will ever see Al Davis was a pioneer of a brand and style of play that brings distinction and separation to the Oakland Raiders. Davis died at aged 82, at his home in Oakland on October 8, 2011. Oakland fans knew whatever NFL prospect ran the fastest forty at the NFL Scouting Combine leading up to the draft likely would be on hi...
April 11, 2014  |  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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