Just three halves into his career with the team, the Raiders benched Jason Campbell in favor of Bruce Gradkowski with the Raiders trailing 7-3 going into the third quarter.
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Raiders RB Michael Bush missed Thursday’s practice according to Vittorio Tafur of the San Francisco Chronicle (via Twitter).
The latest report on the fractured thumb of Raiders RB Michael Bush isn’t offering a positive outlook.
Posted: Sunday, August 22nd, 2010 | Frank Tadych Tags: A.J. Smith, Brandon Jacobs, Chase Daniels, Clinton Portis, Dexter McCluster, Frank Tadych, Jack Del Rio, Jake Grove, Jamaal Charles, Jimmy Clausen, Joe Berger, Joe Flacco, Josh Freeman, Kamerion Wimbley, Larry Johnson, Marcus McNeill, Matt Moore, Mike Sims-Walker, Mike Williams, Montrae Holland, Ramses Barden, Ricky Williams, Robert Brewster, Steven Jackson, Terrell Suggs, Thomas Jones, Tom Cable, Tony Romo, Tra Thomas
On the day after 11 games filled the NFL preseason schedule, here’s a look at what stories are on the radar.
Here is something you never want to get into the habit of doing — recommending Raiders for your fantasy team. This is kind of like telling people to invest in penny stocks. Seems like a too-good-to-be-true proposition, and it typically is.
Raiders coach Tom Cable indicated he might use a backfield committee in 2010. Just what fantasy owners need.
While the consensus is free-agent WR Terrell Owens won’t hear from teams until an injury creates an opportunity during training camp, it’s also fully expected he’ll find work at some point.
Wednesday’s surprise name to be making the rounds in the news: Darrius Heyward-Bey.
Posted: Monday, May 3rd, 2010 | Adam Rank Tags: Ben Roethlisberger, Dennis Dixon, DeSean Jackson, Detroit Lions, Jahvid Best, JaMarcus Russell, Jason Campbell, Kevin Smith, Maurice Morris, Mike Williams, Oakland Raiders, Pete Carroll, Philadelphia Eagles, Pittsburgh Steelers, Sam Bradford, Seattle Seahawks, St. Louis Rams, Tom Cable
Raiders coach Tom Cable is not going to select a starting quarterback in May. Cable calls it an open competition. Others call it a formality because newly acquired QB Jason Campbell was the hands-down favorite at the Raiders three-day minicamp over the weekend.
Former Redskins QB Joe Theismann had a strong rebuke of Raiders QB JaMarcus Russell.
Posted: Wednesday, March 24th, 2010 | Michael Fabiano Tags: Albert Young, Andy Reid, Brad Childress, Brandon Marshall, Brian Westbrook, Chan Gailey, Chester Taylor, Chris Johnson, Darren McFadden, Deion Branch, Donovan McNabb, Eddie Royal, Fred Jackson, Greg Olsen, Jabar Gaffney, Jamaal Charles, Kevin Kolb, Kyle Orton, LaDainian Tomlinson, Lovie Smith, Marshawn Lynch, Matt Forte, Matt Hasselbeck, Michael Bush, Michael Vick, Mike Martz, Mike Tomlin, Pete Carroll, Rashard Mensenhall, Rex Ryan, Scott Pioli, Shonn Greene, T.J. Houshmandzadeh, Thomas Jones, Tom Cable
Some coaches and general managers talked about the 2010 season at the NFL owners meetings. Here’s how their words could translate in the fantasy world.
Raiders coach Tom Cable discussed his open quarterback competition Tuesday at the NFL Annual Meeting, but he said he also expects Darren McFadden and Michael Bush to compete for a role as an every-down back.
The fantasy value of Darren McFadden is on the rise. Whether or not he can meet expectations is another story altogether.
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.
Posted: Sunday, February 28th, 2010 | Justin Hathaway Tags: 2010 NFL Scouting Combine, Darren McFadden, Darrius Heyward-Bey, Fabian Washington, JaMarcus Russell, Michael Huff, Nnamdi Asomugha, Oakland Raiders, Robert Gallery, Tom Cable
Raiders coach Tom Cable insisted Sunday that his team’s draft strategy isn’t picking the fastest, strongest and biggest players, regardless of their college production.