Found October 19, 2011 on
Sorry Bro: Sports Through Houser:
It turns out that Oakland Raiders fans can become police officers and arrest their own kind. Who knew? Well Michael Crabtree learned in a frustrating manner when he revealed through Twitter: "Just got pull over on highway 280 on my way to the airport. Police kept me for 30 mins....." Revealing another part in his next tweet (above pic) that he missed his flight due to the delay.
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
If you're an Oakland Raiders fan living in Venice, Calif., Cabo Cantina won't be a game-day destination anymore. The Raider fans who frequented the bar became obnoxious, so the bar reponsded by no longer televising Raiders games at the bar, Larry Brown Sports reports. Deadspin first reported the incident through a photo, which can be seen below, of a sign on the bar's...
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Oakland Raiders quarterback Carson Palmer wanted to get out of Cincinnati so badly, that he ended up taking a $5 million pay cut. Palmer had to take the pay cut in order to help the Raiders fit under the salary cap. I’m sure the Raiders will figure out a way [...]
(source feed provided no summary content for this entry)
There are just a few hours remaining until the NFL trade deadline, why wouldn’t the Minnesota Vikings trade Donovan McNabb to the Oakland Raiders? The Raiders are in need of a veteran quarterback after the loss of Jason Campbell on Sunday with a broken collarbone. Oakland was immediately linked to Cincinnati Bengals ‘retired’ QB Carson Palmer, unemployed QB David...
The Oakland Raiders give up two draft choices — including at least one first-round pick — to acquire quarterback Carson Palmer in a trade with the Cincinnati Bengals.
As you know, the Oakland Raiders went all in on 2011 this week when they traded away two unreasonably high draft picks to acquire Bengals QB Carson Palmer, who is STARTING this Sunday, which is downright nutty. And you know it's a questionable trade when people all over are declaring that Mike Brown outsmarted you. No matter. Raiders head coach and apparent new CEO of All...
ALAMEDA, CALIF. (AP) - The Oakland Raiders have acquired quarterback Carson Palmer from Cincinnati in a bold move to replace injured starter Jason Campbell.The teams made the deal Tuesday, one day after Campbell had surgery on his broken collarbone that will sideline him at least six weeks.The Bengals had been ...