Found February 27, 2012 on
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Hello RaiderNation! I recently had the extreme privilege of being able to interview Oakland Raiders rookie OT, Joseph Barksdale. May I just say that Mr. Barksdale is an amazing person, and I can’t thank him enough for agreeing to let me interview him. Also thank-you to my fellow writers who helped assemble questions for the [...]
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If the 2011 Oakland Raiders where to be personified in a boxer, I would imagine a powerful, aggressive, intimidating fighter with scary hand speed and the devastating right hook that can end the bout at any time. Said boxer would have amazing potential, but would need a great trainer to refine his technique, clean up [...]
One of the biggest question marks facing the Raiders this off-season is what direction they should take with running back Michael Bush, who’s currently slated to be a free agent when the signing period begins in two weeks.
Using their franchise tag to keep Bush in the fold for at least another season was once thought to be a legitimate option for Oakland, but if reports out of...
TFDS has looked at the Raiders biggest area of need already this offseason. We've also discussed the franchise tag and the chance or lack thereof that the Raiders will avail themselves of that option. We will now look at the Raiders' upcoming free agents and the likelihood of each player being re-signed.Here are the players whose contracts are ending soon:
According to Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk.com, the Oakland Raiders have over $22 million in salaries that they will have to somehow dump, in order to get under the 2012 salary cap.
We’re not sure what the cap will be for 2012, but Florio does a great job breaking everything down.
The Raiders need to make sure they’re under the salary cap by the time March 13th rolls around...
A lot has been made of the Raiders lack of draft selections in the 2012 NFL draft. The Raiders have just two, but are likely to be awarded a few more by the NFL when they announce compensatory picks in late March.
The best pick that can be awarded is a pick at the end of the third round and compensatory selections can’t be traded.
In the NFL there is a salary cap and salary floor...
Bill Callahan can help the Cowboys offense with his impressive knowledge or he can drive players away to a point where they might want to fight him.
According to former Oakland Raiders wide receiver Tim Brown, that's what he dealt with while playing for Callahan for six seasons.
During a Tuesday radio interview, the former nine-time Pro Bowler gave some background information...
One thing is for sure, the Oakland Raiders are in serious need of cornerback help. With the loss of Nnamdi a year ago and now with new GM cleaning house and releasing Stanford Routt, the Raiders have gone from having a top notch corner tandem to having nobody at all. (please for the love of [...]