Oakland Raiders: Minicamp ready to kickoff

Slowly but surely, a handful of Oakland Raiders are trickling into Alameda, as the full team mini-camp is set to begin on Friday. Sebastian Janikowski and Shane Lechler are some veterans already on the premises. Per an interview this week with defensive end Jay Richardson, “We got mini-camp this weekend, we finally get to have the whole team together. This whole new team we have here. Have good practices: we have two on Friday, two on...

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Oakland Raiders News: Follow Victor Cotto on Twitter

To get the latest about the Oakland Raiders and catch-up on any breaking news regarding the Silver & Black, you can follow SBReport.net columnist Victor Cotto on Twitter. Here’s a link to the Twitter page: http://twitter.com/cottovic There you’ll get up to date Raider news before and as it happens, a heads up on any articles posted on SBReport.net; including feature stories, player interviews and exclusive game...

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SBREPORT: Interview with Raiders DE Jay Richardson – Part 2

In this second installment of SBReport’s exclusive interview with Oakland Raiders defensive end Jay Richardson, the 26-year old talks about his head coach coming back for one more campaign, the off-season and the Silver & Black’s fan-base among many other topics. SBREPORT: You’ve been around a lot of solid veteran defensive linemen since you arrived: Warren Sapp, Derrick Burges, Greg Spires, Kalimba Edwards, Greg Ellis…what have...

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Report: Raiders Russell not wanted in mini-camp

Sources close to SBReport.net state that the Oakland Raiders do not want JaMarcus Russell in attendance for their mini-camp this weekend. Russell, who is scheduled to cost the Silver & Black  $9.45 million in 2010, with $3 million in guaranteed money, is expected to be released very soon. The acquisition of Jason Campbell, presence of Bruce Gradkowski (who is recovering from a chest injury) and the ineptitude showed by Russell...

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SBREPORT: Interview with Raiders DE Jay Richardson – Part 1

Oakland Raiders defensive end Jay Richardson has been a solid contributor to the squad since his arrival in 2007. The former Ohio State Buckeye is not only a hard worker on the field, but a charismatic provider off the field with his charitable ways and work with various foundations. SBReport.net was able to talk to the classy athlete and get recollections of his childhood, insight on his time as a Raider, on goings in the Bay Area...

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