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With the numerous changes already taking place in the Oakland Raiders organization and as new head coach Dennis Allen assembles his staff, one begins to get a glimpse of what the 2012 season may have in store for the Raiders. With the hiring of Greg Knapp as the new offensive coordinator, and Coach Allen already announcing that Carson Palmer is the starting quarterback going into this next season, the focus of the team is now evaluating talent on the roster, potential free agents, and all the possible draft prospects. Given that the Raider’s have already spent majority of this years draft picks, there isn’t a lot of room for speculation when considering what options Oakland may utilize. But that doesn’t mean that Oakland will be quiet on draft day. The Raiders have a serious choice to make in regard to running back Darren McFadden’s future with the Raiders. At first glance, Raider fans would be scratching their heads and upset that such a home run threat could be sent out of Oakland, but consider this, McFadden has yet to finish a complete season after be plagued by injuries. One would have to decide whether its better to have DMC for [...]
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The Oakland Raiders will be forced to deal with a big dilemma this offseason at the running back position. It will be very difficult for them to keep Darren McFadden and re-sign Michael Bush. For salary cap reasons they will either need to let Bush walk in free agency or sign him and trade McFadden.
The best move in my opinion would be to trade McFadden because they would then...
Just as Super Bowl hype ramps to a maximum point news comes from the Oakland Raiders that chances of moving to Los Angeles in 2014 have been largely deflated. The recent press conference of new Raiders General Manager Reggie McKenzie seemed to be holding his hand in optimism about expansion. …Continue Reading →
Raiders fans worldwide have been reading and responding to the latest set of NFL rumors regarding the future of their beloved silver and black coaching staff. News Thursday confirms repalcement of the departed John Fassel with Steve Hoffman to lead their special teams unit. Hoffman was in charge during two …Continue Reading →
With Oakland installing a zone-blocking running game under new offensive coordinator Greg Knapp, John Clayton of ESPN suggested that the AFC West club may consider trading Darren McFadden.
McFadden is an elite athlete, but his running skills are really not best-suited for a zone-blocking system, and also has a terrible track record with durability so far in his young...
The Oakland Raiders organization has seen its share of controversy and chaos over the years.
While there was no shortage of setbacks in 2011, there are also signs that point to an inevitable turnaround for the Silver and Black. And the proof has been in the pudding for true hope and change over the last several months.
It was all instigated with the unfortunate and shocking passing...
The Oakland Raiders have hired Steve Hoffman as special teams coordinator, the same position he held with the Kansas City Chiefs the past three years.
The Raiders announced the move Friday.
Hoffman joins the staff of new coach Dennis Allen after 22 seasons as an NFL assistant, including 16 as kicking coach of the Dallas Cowboys from 1989 to 2004. He also was a special teams coach...
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The Oakland Raiders hired seven additional coaches for Dennis Allen's staff on Thursday, including three who were with the team last year.
The Oakland Raiders have
hired Steve Hoffman as special teams coordinator, the same position he held
with the Kansas City Chiefs the past three years.