What a long, strange trip it’s been this NFL offseason. It seems like only yesterday the news was filled with talk of a lockout and threats of a fall and winter without football. It’s now all in the past with nothing left to worry about but the fate of your favorite team
The New Orleans Saints will take on the Oakland Raiders in week 3 of the preseason this Sunday. Typically starters play into the second half of the third preseason game, and Sunday's game should be no exception. However, several starters will miss the game with injuries, as well as a handful of backups.
Terrelle Pryor was a 3rd round pick in the NFL Supplemental draft yesterday by the Oakland Raiders. In recent years, the Raiders have fared well in developing young talent, particularly at the positions of quarterback and wide receiver. According to various sources, the Raiders will give Pryor a look at both positions. Do the Raiders equal a dead end future for Pyror's NFL career?
In the aftermath of the violence which occurred following Saturday's preseason game at San Francisco's Candlestick Park, it's being reported the 49'ers and Raiders will no longer play their annual preseason game.
Two were seriously injured in the violence during and after Saturday's game. One person was shot several times while another was beate
Al Davis and the Oakland Raiders have selected former Ohio State QB Terrelle Pryor in the 3rd round of the NFL's supplemental draft. Sources claim the Raiders are projecting Pryor to be a WR, rather than a QB.
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