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Jim Harbaugh Retracts On Randy Moss Being Best 49ers Receiver

Jim Harbaugh Retracts On Randy Moss Being Best 49ers Receiver

2012/07/31 at 8:57 am 2 comments

San Francisco 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh recently retracted from a statement he made to former Oakland Raiders signal-caller Rich Gannon regarding Randy Moss being the best wide receiver on the team, according to Matt Maiocco of CSNBayArea.com. Harbaugh cleared up the confusion, clarifying that a No. 1 receiver has not been named [...]

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Raiders Reach 4-year, $26M Deal with S Tyvon Branch

Raiders Reach 4-year, $26M Deal with S Tyvon Branch

2012/07/15 at 3:54 am 0 comments

    Earlier this weekend the Oakland Raiders finally came to terms with their franchise player strong safety Tyvon Branch on a four-year, $26.6 million contract. The deal can reach a maximum value of $28 million in the deal.   A league source confirmed Saturday that the deal includes a [...]

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NFL Supplement Draft 2012: Who to Look At ?

NFL Supplement Draft 2012: Who to Look At ?

2012/07/10 at 12:55 am 0 comments

The NFL issued the list of qualified players for the upcoming 2012 NFL Supplemental Draft last Tuesday. The list is highlighted by former TCU running back Ed Wesley and Baylor wide receiver Josh Gordon but also includes: Boise State cornerback Quaylon Ewing, Syracuse fullback Adam Jones, Carson-Newman linebacker Larry Lumpkin, [...]

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Raiders Veteran Defenders Open Mandatory Minicamp Excited, Determined

Raiders Veteran Defenders Open Mandatory Minicamp Excited, Determined

2012/06/16 at 10:01 am 0 comments

In the wide-open AFC West, an up-and-coming restored regime is laying the foundation for great things to soon come to fruition. While injuries weren’t the biggest reason the Oakland Raiders fell short of postseason play in 2011, the return of defensive end Matt Shaughnessy and running back Darren McFadden is [...]

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Houston Texans Coach Gary Kubiak Not A Happy Camper At Minicamp

2012/06/13 at 4:20 pm 0 comments

Coming off their first-ever playoff appearance and postseason victory in franchise history in 2011, the Houston Texans clearly have even higher hopes for the upcoming season. Coach Gary Kubiak lamented in the team’s inability to retain a few of its key veteran leaders from its strong 2006 draft class in [...]

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Franchise Defender: Is 49ers FS Dashon Goldson Deserving of a Long-Term Deal?

2012/05/31 at 12:33 am 1 comment

We are in the dog days of the NFL offseason, Organized Team Activities (OTAs), and there are only three kinds of personnel news at this time of the year: glowing scouting reports from coaches wearing rose-colored glasses (i.e., everything you’ve heard so far about San Francisco 49ers WR Randy Moss), [...]

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Terrelle Pryor Impresses Coaches in Raiders 2012 Camp

Terrelle Pryor Impresses Coaches in Raiders 2012 Camp

2012/05/16 at 7:32 pm 0 comments

Terrelle Pryor spent most of last season wearing a headset and learning the game from the sideline. Will the Oakland Raiders’ second-year signal-caller experience similar results in 2012? After rookie mini-camp, quarterbacks coach John DeFilippo praised Pryor. “The first thing is, everybody knows how hard he’s working,” Defilippo expressed to Comcast [...]

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Raiders Sign Seven Free Agents For Added “Competition At Every Position”

2012/05/16 at 10:54 am 1 comment

Photo Credit: Tony Gonzalez/Raiders.com Competition–it’s necessary in every industry. It maximizes the potential for growth–at least for most. The NFL recently increased the offseason roster limit from 80 to 90 players. Here are the seven free agents the Oakland Raiders signed to gear up for OTAs on Monday. Eddy Carmona, [...]

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Oakland Raiders: Seymour and Campbell to Pay for Upcoming Player Workouts

Oakland Raiders: Seymour and Campbell to Pay for Upcoming Player Workouts

2011/05/19 at 2:10 pm 0 comments

Oakland Raider veterans; quarterback Jason Campbell and defensive lineman Richard Seymour aren’t willing to sit around waiting for lawyers to figure things out. They’re taking matters into their own hands and leading their team through intensive workouts beginning next week. These two veterans will be paying for the structured workouts [...]

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