(VIDEO) Dennis Allen’s “Black Monday” Press Conference
Dec31

(VIDEO) Dennis Allen’s “Black Monday” Press Conference

Although Raiders rookie Head Coach Dennis Allen was spared the axe (and rightfully so), the same couldn’t be said for now former offensive coordinator Greg Knapp, offensive line coach Frank Pollack, special teams coach Steve Hoffman, and linebackers coach Johnny Holland. Here is the full video press conference of Allen explaining what went wrong this season as well as what worked, and also fielded questions by the local beat...

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Terrelle Pryor chats with the media
Dec31

Terrelle Pryor chats with the media

On “Black Monday”, Raiders QB Terrelle Pryor stopped to chat with the media following an overall disappointing season. However, Pryor was (not surprisingly) upbeat and positive when asked about the game he had against the San Diego...

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Greg Knapp out as offensive coordinator; others out as well
Dec31

Greg Knapp out as offensive coordinator; others out as well

The Raiders announced the firing of four coaches, including offensive coordinator Greg Knapp, just one day after their loss to the San Diego Chargers to finish 4-12 for the season. Special teams coordinator Steve Hoffman, offensive line coach Frank Pollack and linebackers coach Johnny Holland were fired in addition to Knapp. “Decisions like this are very difficult,” Allen said. “I have a great deal of respect for all...

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Pryor starts but Raiders see similar results
Dec30

Pryor starts but Raiders see similar results

Raider Nation members longing to see quarterback Terrelle Pryor get his first start for the Oakland Raiders saw their wish come true on Sunday, as starting quarterback Carson Palmer remained out with a rib injury. Though a different quarterback was inserted behind center, the results were similar as the Raiders fell to the Chargers 24-21 in San Diego. The loss was the Raiders’ eighth loss in their last nine games. Unlike the...

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Raiders drop 11th game of season
Dec23

Raiders drop 11th game of season

The Raiders failed to get in the end zone for the second-straight game en route to a 17-6 loss on the road to the Carolina Panthers. Starting quarterback Carson Palmer left the game late in the first quarter after Panthers defensive end Greg Hardy hit him hard, making the game even tougher for a struggling Raiders offense. Palmer remained out for the rest of the game with a rib injury, finishing 3/3 for 31 yards. Head coach Dennis...

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