Raiders add Dave Tollefson to defensive side
Apr07

Raiders add Dave Tollefson to defensive side

Oakland Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie continues to quietly build his roster with the little amount of money that he has. McKenzie and the Raiders agreed to a two-year, $2.5 million contract with veteran defensive end Dave Tollefson, according to ESPN. Tollefson was originally drafted by McKenzie and the Green Bay Packers in 2006, where he played for one season. The signing marks the return of the Bay Area native Tollefson...

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Raiders talk to Spencer, Satele arrested, lose Scott & more
Mar18

Raiders talk to Spencer, Satele arrested, lose Scott & more

Oakland Raiders free agent center Samson Satele was arrested early Saturday morning at an Aiea, Hawaii shopping center on one count of disorderly conduct. The former 2nd round pick of the Miami Dolphins has started 42 games in three seasons for the Silver & Black, since they acquired him via trade. Satele was a favorite of ex-coach Hue Jackson in 2011, playing hurt and answering the call on Sunday’s despite several ailments. The...

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Santa delivers Christmas gifts to some Oakland Raiders

Follow @sbreport To everyone in the Raider Nation – enjoy a safe and prosperous Holiday Season with best wishes for the New Year. Since this is the season of giving, SBReport.net will hand out presents to a few Oakland Raiders: Kevin Boss, TE A few more plays in the weekly game plan: After back-to-back 500 yard-plus seasons with the New York Giants, the tight end, who inked a deal with $8 million in guarantees, has had his number of...

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Best & Worst: Oakland Raiders at the Bye Week

SBReport.net will take a look at the best and worst moments for the Oakland Raiders (4-3) in the midst of their bye week; including top plays, standout players and performances, and a lot more… MVP (On Offense) Darren McFadden, RB – Leads the team with 614-rushing yards; good for second in the AFC. McFadden is their spark plug and alters the look of the offense when he’s rolling. In the year of the quarterback, where offenses are pass...

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Raiders D-Line not playing well as they head to San Diego

The Oakland Raiders have not been able to run the ball in back-to-back weeks, but of concern as well should be their rush defense. In Pittsburgh, the Steelers averaged 4.9 yards per carry for a tally of 162-yards. On Sunday, the Miami Dolphins ran the ball 49-times and amassed 186-yards rushing. This after allowing an average of 75.3 yards per contest during their three-game winning streak, only over 100-yards only once during that...

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