Oakland Raiders: New Year’s resolutions for 2011

SBReport.com wishes everyone a festive evening and a Happy New Year. As we sign out 2010, we bring in a new year with some resolutions for the Oakland Raiders: Jared Veldheer, Left tackle Led the team with five holding infractions and seven false starts. “He’s done a decent job,” said the Colts Dwight Freeney. For a rookie who has played all over the offensive line, Veldheer has done an admirable job and settled in...

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Countdown to Paydirt: Oakland Raiders vs. Kansas City Chiefs

Another regular season comes to a close on Sunday, when the Oakland Raiders (7-8) end the campaign at Arrowhead Stadium versus the Kansas City Chiefs (10-5). The Silver & Black are gunning for a perfect 6-0 divisional record and their first sweep of the Chiefs since 2001. Kansas City were the model of consistency, thus earning the divisional title last weekend, and now can finish with an undefeated home record for the first time...

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Reaction to Pro Bowl selections, Schilens, Gallery & more

Three Oakland Raiders will represent the Silver & Black at the Pro Bowl; cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha, punter Shane Lechler and defensive tackle Richard Seymour. “I am excited and happy for the Raiders who have been selected for the Pro Bowl,” said Tom Cable on Raiders.com. “It’s tremendous that they are being recognized as the best at their positions. They deserve it and the Raiders organization is proud of them. The Raiders have...

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Seymour, Asomugha & Lechler make the AFC Pro Bowl roster

The Oakland Raiders will have three representatives on the AFC Pro Bowl roster. Defensive lineman Richard Seymour, cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha and punter Shane Lechler will head to Hawaii. This will be the sixth time Seymour has been selected for the NFL’s all-star game. Asomugha has been chosen four times and Lechler has represented the Silver & Black six times. Place kicker Sebastian Janikowski, running back Darren McFadden,...

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Keeping Tom Cable is a must for Oakland

The Oakland Raiders are on the verge of a .500 season. Yup, no more double digit losing campaigns; that ended under Tom Cable’s watch. The Raiders are a respectable bunch and could finish 2010 with an undefeated season against AFC West opponents with a win versus the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead this Sunday. Cable’s contract is up once the year is out, and speculation will begin right after about his future. But Oakland should act...

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