If Tom Cable had a coaching seat with the Raiders, it would be described as hot.
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Randy Moss’ name appeared on the league’s waiver report Tuesday, officially opening the window for teams not named the Vikings to stake their claims.
NFL Network analysts Marshall Faulk and Warren Sapp take a look at why the Raiders could surprise in 2010.
You might conclude, by JaMarcus Russell‘s ill-fated stint with the Raiders, that the former first-overall selection did not have the heart of a champion.
But he apparently has guts.
Posted: Thursday, April 29th, 2010 | Simon Samano Tags: Al Davis, Alan Faneca, Dez Bryant, Gene Smith, Jacksonville Jaguars, JaMarcus Russell, New Orleans Saints, New York Jets, Nick Mangold, Oakland Raiders, Rick Mirer, Ryan Leaf, Sam Bradford, St. Louis Rams, Tim Couch
With JaMarcus Russell’s release from the Raiders seemingly imminent, it might be time to count him among the all-time busts in NFL history.
Smaller video, aligns right … NEW YORK — It was only appropriate. On the day that he is being honored for his five decades of being so closely associated with the draft, Gil Brandt was interrupted Friday during his live NFL.com chat by a phone call from Al Davis. Naturally, the Oakland Raiders’ Hall of Fame owner was calling to ask Brandt’s opinion about some prospects he was considering for Rounds 2 and 3. “Just wanted to ask me about some guys,” Gil wrote in the chat after a short break. “Would love to share that with you, but some things are privileged information.” Earlier in the cht, Brandt also shared some information he received in the form of a […]
Posted: Tuesday, March 23rd, 2010 | Jason La Canfora Tags: 2010 NFL Annual Meeting, Al Davis, Brian Brohm, Bruce Gradkowski, Buffalo Bills, Chan Gailey, JaMarcus Russell, Oakland Raiders, Ryan Fitzpatrick, Tom Cable, Trent Edwards
Bills coach Chan Gailey and Raiders coach Tom Cable both spoke at length Tuesday morning at the NFL Annual Meeting’s AFC coaches breakfast about their unsettled QB positions, and neither is committed to a starter.
John Herrera, a senior executive with the Raiders, said Monday that the team remains undecided on Tom Cable‘s status for the 2010 season, and the talks between the coach and owner Al Davis are ongoing.
After discussions with Raiders owner Al Davis, Tom Cable is expected to remain as the team’s head coach, league sources told NFL Network’s Michael Lombardi.
The Raiders hired Mike Waufle as their defensive line coach, according to a league source.
Raiders owner Al Davis has interviewed at least two candidates for positions on the staff this week, and both have ties to coach Tom Cable. Despite published reports, however, the team has not interviewed anyone for the head coaching job.
Is Tom Cable still coaching the Raiders? Nobody is saying, but there are reports that owner Al Davis is interviewing his potential replacement.
Raiders coach Tom Cable was schedule to meet with owner Al Davis Monday about his coaching future in Oakland according to multiple published reports.
Stanford coach Jim Harbaugh, the brother of Ravens coach John Harbaugh, could merit consideration for an NFL job, with the Bills and Raiders particularly worth monitoring, according to league sources.
Posted: Tuesday, October 20th, 2009 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Al Davis, Alex Brown, Antoine Winfield, Baltimore Ravens, Chad Ochocinco, Chicago Bears, Cincinnati Bengals, Dallas Cowboys, Donovan McNabb, Drew Brees, Houston Texans, Jay Cutler, Jean-Jaques Taylor, Michael Crabtree, Minnesota Vikings, New Orleans Saints, Nick Canepa, Oakland Raiders, Philadelphia Eagles, San Diego Chargers, San Francisco 49ers, Sean Payton, Steve Slaton
Ever the fan of expression through his favorite social networking site, Bengals WR Chad Ochocino was at it again on Twitter, instigating an exchange of trash-talking tweets with Bears QB Jay Cutler and DE Alex Brown ahead of Sunday’s matchup in Chicago — and the game is still five days away.