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JACK DEL RIO RUMORS & GOSSIP

Jack Del Rio impressed with rookie RB Michael Dyer

Oakland Raiders undrafted rookie running back Michael Dyer has been an early surprise at the team's training camp and already is changing the landscape of the position. With former first-round pick Trent Richardson unable to practice due to being placed on the non-football illness list, Dyer has taken full advantage of his opportunity. "I think Michael's done a nice job developing...
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16 hours ago  |  Discuss

Raiders coach Jack Del Rio is ready to hear his players out

Jack Del Rio's first season in Silver and Black will feature a bit of give and take.The new Raiders head coach said he'll rely on an eight-player leadership council for feedback as the season rolls along."I expect the leaders on this team to step up and take that message forward in the locker room, carry the torch and hold each other accountable," Del Rio told ESPN. We're going...
Via Fox Sports
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Jack Del Rio ready to start the process of turning Raiders into winners

Oakland Raiders coach Jack Del Rio is excited that the flag football offseason is over and that when the team hits the field on Sunday for their first training camp practice, contact is what he'll be looking for early and often. "Now we can actually put the pads on tomorrow, so we’ll do that. I thought it was a pretty solid day’s work. So much to get done, but energy was...
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2 days ago  |  Discuss

Jack Del Rio: Crabtree ‘stood out’ at first Raiders camp practice

After signing a “prove-it” deal with the Oakland Raiders this offseason, it appears Michael Crabtree is already staking his claim as a primary target for second-year quarterback Derek Carr. Head coach Jack Del Rio spoke in glowing terms about the former San Francisco 49ers receiver after the first day of training camp. “He stood out today, made some nice catches,” Del...
Via Sportsnaut
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Del Rio: I think the Raiders can win the AFC West in 2015

Jack Del Rio has some lofty goals for his first season in charge of the Silver and Black.“Goal No. 1 is to win our division,” the new Raiders head coach a group of business partners, sponsors, and suite holders. "And I don't see why not."His optimism isn't reserved for financial backers, though. Del Rio has maintained his team will be far more competitive this season than in...
Via Fox Sports
7 days ago  |  Discuss

The five most important Raiders coaches not named Jack Del Rio

Much of the attention paid to the Oakland Raiders in recent months (not counting stadium news) has been focused on the new additions to the team. That’s only natural considering the draft position and the fact that the team brought in a boat load of free agents. But if not for the flurry of activity for the Silver and Black this season, most of the attention would undoubtedly be...
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9 days ago  |  Discuss

OL coach Mike Tice says coach Jack Del Rio 'focused on bringing a championship team back to his hometown'

Oakland Raiders offensive line coach Mike Tice said that Jack Del Rio brings a certain energy to the team and has a winning attitude that is permeating through the club. "There’s some character being built in the building all the way across the board that Jack has created. There’s a winning attitude," Tice said, via the team website. "I like where we’re at right now,...
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9 days ago  |  Discuss

Jack Del Rio: I don’t see why Oakland Raiders won’t win AFC West

  Jack Del Rio is a confident man, a trait befitting of NFL head coaches, but is he blind? Del Rio recently said in a video posted on the Oakland Raiders website, “Goal No. 1 is to win our division, and I don’t see why not.” Well, for starters, the Raiders haven’t won the AFC West since 2002. They’ve hired and fired eight coaches since then, with Del Rio being the ninth...
Via BSN Denver
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Jack Del Rio envisions the Oakland Raiders as AFC West champions in 2015

Oakland Raiders head coach Jack Del Rio always comes across as a no non-sense coach. It worked out for him in Jacksonville as a head coach. Even as a defensive coordinator with the Denver Broncos he found success early and often. The first year Raiders’ coach has a daunting task ahead of him. Resurrecting a franchise that hasn’t made the postseason since the 2002 season when...
Via EndZoneScore
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Jack Del Rio wants to 'bring swagger back' to Raiders

The Oakland Raiders, once the most feared franchise in the NFL, have been a league laughingstock for the past decade-plus. New head coach Jack Del Rio has a message for his team and the rest of the league: The swagger is back in Oakland. “I was asked the other day about the Raiders mystique,” Del Rio said Wednesday in an interview with SiriusXM NFL radio, per csnbayarea.com...
Via Sportsnaut
May 13, 2015  |  Discuss
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