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Long-snapper Jon Condo was named to the AFCs Pro Bowl roster on Thursday, which gives the Raiders four representatives in the game Jan. 29 in Honolulu. Condo joins kicker Sebastian Janikowski, punter Shane Lechler and defensive tackle Richard Seymour in the Raiders Pro Bowl contingent. Running back Darren McFadden, fullback Marcel Reece, defensive tackle Tommy Kelly and strong safety Tyvon Branch are alternates. It wouldnt be surprising to see one or more of these players wind up in the Pro Bowl, given so many players opt out. Source: Oakland Tribune
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Oakland Raiders long snapper Jon Condo has been added to the AFC Pro Bowl roster.
The Raiders announced the addition on Thursday. Condo will join Oakland kicker Sebastian Janikowski and punter Shane Lechler in Hawaii for the game on Jan. 29.
The Raiders' kicking game was one of the team's strengths this season. Janikowski tied the NFL record with a 63-yard field goal in...
Currently the Raiders have three players in the 2012 Pro Bowl. Those players are defensive tackle Richard Seymour, punter Shane Lechler, and kicker Sebastian Janikowski. But they may not be the final list of Raiders who get a ticket to Hawaii next weekend.
The Raider Pro Bowl alternates are safety Tyvon Branch, defensive tackle Tommy Kelly, running back Darren McFadden and fullback...
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Brad Biggs, the Chicago Tribune reporter, is reporting today that The Oakland Raiders have requested to interview the Bears’ newly promoted offensive coordinator, Mike Tice.
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Two Houston Texans players -- center Chris Myers and defensive end Antonio Smith -- and Oakland Raiders long snapper Jon Condo were added Thursday to the AFC's roster for the Jan. 29 Pro Bowl in Honolulu. Seattle Seahawks fullback Michael Robinson was added to the NFC's roster.