Oakland’s Shane Lechler on NFL All-Decade Team

Shane Lechler and Richard Seymour were the only current members of the Oakland Raiders to be named on the National Football League’s All-Decade team. The full squad was announced tonight prior to the Pro-Bowl in Miami and it also included former Raiders Randy Moss, Warren Sapp and Charles Woodson. Lorenzo Neal who was with the team during the summer and waived prior to the season also made the squad. Lechler is a five-time Pro Bowl...

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Tom Cable still operating, as a head coach

Tom Cable was on KHTK – 1140am – and talked about his current status with the Oakland Raiders while at the Senior Bowl in Mobile, Alabama. Here are some excerpts of his conversation with the host. At the Senior Bowl: Well, you’re really looking at these kids and trying to familiarize yourself with them as you prepare for the next step, which will be the combine. So, you get a chance to look at, basically, 70-some players, you get a...

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Janikowski – not Carpenter – should be kicking in the Pro Bowl

Look, I’m not into ranting and raving about NFL conspiracies against the Oakland Raiders. Nor do I like to play along like many Raider fans and act like there are ulterior motives behind every decision the NFL makes whether referees on the field or off the field by league officials. Quite frankly, that shtick is old and tired. I can even understand Nate Kaeding being selected to the Pro Bowl. It was deserving. He led the league with...

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Top 10 Oakland/Los Angeles Raiders Super Bowl Moments

#10 – The greatest WR does it again – Super Bowl XXXVII In a contest with very little entertainment value for Raider fans, receiver Jerry Rice continued his excellence in the big game albeit in a losing effort. His 48-yard touchdown reception gave the Raiders a glimmer of hope against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, cutting their deficit to 34-21. It mainly added to his legacy, as he became the first player to haul in a touchdown pass in 4...

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Raiders coach Tom Cable talks at the Senior Bowl

Oakland Raiders head coach Tom Cable talked to the National Football Post while he was observing action in Mobile, Alabama during Senior Bowl activities. He applauded the Raiders decision to bring in Hue Jackson as their offensive coordinator. “I think it’s a good decision by the organization,” Cable stated today. “It’s someone that I’m familiar with. It’s someone that I think can help us take...

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