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A third quarter personal foul call on cornerback Mike Jenkins apparently sent Oakland Raiders defensive coordinator Jason Tarver over the edge. He started flipping the bird at the referee that called the penalty and sent a few f-bombs his way as well. Hopefully it was worth it for Tarver because you can guarantee there is a fine coming his way. [Deadspin]
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Oakland Raiders defensive coordinator Jason Tarver has apologized for making an obscene gesture directed at the officials and will be disciplined by the team.
Tarver was caught on television using the one-finger gesture toward the officials after a flag was thrown on cornerback Mike Jenkins for a hit to the head of Pittsburgh running back Le'Veon Bell in Sunday's 21-18 win...
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Oakland Raiders coach Jason Tarver had a hard time masking his emotions on Sunday, and during one disagreement with the refs’ call he went all out. Checkout the defensive coordinator flip the bird towards the officiating crew. Keep it classy. Tarver may be getting a call from the league office this week.
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TE Richard Gordon
NT Hebron Fangupo
CB Curtis Brown
LB Chris Carter
LB Kion Wilson
S Tyvon Branch
T Menelik Watson
C/G Andre Gurode
T Tony Pashos
LB Martez Wilson...
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