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Here's the Oakland Raiders' Tommy Kelly losing his pants after running down Knowshon Moreno of the Denver Broncos, and if this doesn't get a fine from the NFL's wardrobe police, nothing will.
Raiders coach Tom Cable is now coming under fire from the National Organization for Women (NOW), and if you're not familiar with them, they're just like PETA, except for chicks.
I'm not really sure where I stand on the NFL's criteria for what makes a completed catch.
Patriots defensive end Richard Seymour was traded to the Raiders last week for that team's 2011 first round draft pick, but still hasn't reported to his new team.
Raiders head coach and gentleman of the cloth (a large black cloth that somewhat resembles a polo shirt) Tom Cable will be questioned by police for an August 5th incident that led to Raiders assistant coach Randy Hanson suffering a broken jaw.
Here's San Francisco running a reverse--and it's not an end-around that so many announcers like to call a "reverse," either because they're idiots or they just think yelling out "REVERSE.
I don't know if it's fair to call Oakland Raiders quarterback JaMarcus Russell a bust when he still plays for the worst organization in the NFL, but the Oakland Raiders bust-to-be has a unique style of leadership.
If you're to believe anything that former Raiders cornerback DeAngelo Hall says, Al Davis made a bit of a hasty hire in selecting Tom Cable to replace Lane Kiffin as his head coach last year.
With the NFL Draft coming Saturday, it's an appropriate time to look back at one of the great draft busts of all time.
The Oakland Raiders' long streak of excellence in the personnel department continued apace yesterday, as offensive tackle Cornell Green was arrested in Florida on domestic abuse charges.
Unless you read last year's Pro Football Prospectus, you might want to sit down for this one: Raiders cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha just signed the most lucrative per annum deal in NFL history: three years, 45.
I don't know why I'm wasting time recapping this, but the Chargers beat the tar out of the Raiders last night 34-7.
Raiders owner Al Davis ventured into the light of day, ostensibly to introduce interim coach Tom Cable (although really, is any Raiders coach NOT interim.
Shocking news out of Oakland today, where Lane Kiffin has been fired as coach of the Raiders.
Raiders coach/dead man walking Lane Kiffin gave his usual Monday press conference, which as I understand it was mostly him trying to find new different ways to say, "It's out of my control, I can't worry about it, and there's nothing I can do but keep doing my job" when reporters asked him about his impending firing.