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The Oakland Raiders went from back to back 8-8 seasons to 4-12 in another lousy season, but the Raiders can start to turn the tide in 2013. However what should the 2013 Oakland Raiders offseason moves be? The first move has to be the firing of offensive coordinator Greg Knapp. Which has already occurred and you can learn more about why the Raiders got rid of Knapp with my past article “Hit the road Knapp: The Raiders need to fire Greg Knapp”. Along with Knapp goes line coach Frank Pollack, linebackers coach Johnny Holland and special teams coordinator Steve Hoffman. At the very least, Raider fans can take solace in that General Manager Reggie McKenzie and Head Coach Dennis Allen aren’t happy with the direction of the team, but the real test will come in the 2013 offseason.… Read more
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The Oakland Raiders rid themselves of former offensive coordinator Greg Knapp and now it’s time to find a new offensive coordinator, but the type of offensive coordinator the Raiders need to find is an one with an extensive background in the Pistol formation like former head coach of Nevada, Chris Ault. Why, because the Raiders have a quarterback on the roster named Terrelle Pryor...
General Manager for the Oakland Raiders Reggie McKenzie stated Thursday, via Gregg Rosenthal from the NFL Network. Mckenzie said that he evaluates Te'o as a first-round talent; however, he wants to see how the current situation surrounding Te'o unfolds before making any decisions on how it will affect his draft standing.
SI.com released a transcript of Te'o's September...
About a month ago there was a rumor that the Oakland Raiders might dangle running back Darren McFadden on the trade market to see what they can get in return. It looks like that’s not going to happen.
According to Jerry McDonald of the Oakland Tribune, Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie has committed to McFadden for the 2013 season.
“I’m confident Darren is going to...
Following the regular season, there was some speculation
that the Oakland Raiders could consider trading or releasing running back
Darren McFadden. However, general manager Reggie McKenzie said yesterday that
he’s “confident” McFadden will play out his final season with the Raiders,
reports Jerry McDonald of The Oakland Tribune.
"I'm confident Darren's going...
Oakland Raiders GM Reggie McKenzie told reporters on Thursday that he and the team remain committed to RB Darren McFadden next season, per Jerry McDonald.
“He’s not a lateral mover,” added McKenzie.
Head coach Dennis Allen came under a lot of criticism for their unproductive rushing attack this season, which almost certainly had something to do with the zone-blocking...
Oakland Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie remains committed to Darren McFadden despite a disappointing 2012 season and hopes a new offensive system helps the running back get his career back on track.
McKenzie spoke to beat reporters on Thursday for the first time since Nov. 30 and looked back at a disappointing first season in Oakland and ahead to the future. He said McFadden...
A couple weeks back, we looked at the possibility of the Raiders trading Darren McFadden, citing that it would make sense in that he is entering the final year of his contract and it would help address other needs, but ultimately deciding it would be stupid for the Raiders to trade someone who is their best player when healthy and is only 25.
Speaking with reporters on Thursday,...
According to Jerry McDonald of Contra Costa Times, Oakland Raiders general manager Reggie Mckenzie says he believes Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te’o is a first round prospect.
McKenzie said he considered Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te’o a first-round talent but is going to wait and see how his current story unfolds before forming any judgement regarding how will affect him in...
Lombardi was most recently working for the NFL Network as an analyst, he hasn’t worked for an NFL team since 2007 when he worked for the Oakland Raiders. The Browns top brass now consist of Joe Banner, Lombardi and Rob Cudzinski. Joe Banner in the introductory press conference described that [...]