Every facet of the silver and black stood together one last time to honor Raider Nation’s deceased king, Al Davis.
The reality hit Oakland Raiders coach Hue Jackson as he got in his car Monday to drive to work after an emotional weekend.
In the wake of Raiders owner Al Davis’ death, new rhetoric is bound to spring up about the franchise’s future in Oakland, undoubtedly sparking new rounds of discussion as to whether the Raiders would return to Los Angeles.
The Oakland Raiders won the day after owner Al Davis died, beating the Houston Texans 25-20 on Sunday behind Jason Campbell’s two touchdown passes.
The passing of Oakland Raiders owner Al Davis has some wondering if the team will make its way back to Los Angeles.
Al Davis, the flamboyant NFL franchise owner who brought and then removed the Raiders from Los Angeles, has died at the age of 82.
Is this the last chance for pro football in Los Angeles?
Could Chad Ochocinco become a Raider? Seems fitting, doesn’t it? Al Davis has never had any problem signing brash individuals, and he’s fond of bringing in big-name wideouts (Rocket Ismail, Randy Moss, Javon Walker).
The Seattle Seahawks have hired hired former Raiders head coach Tom Cable as its new assistant head coach/offensive line and Todd Walsh as its new defensive line coach. Cable was let go by the Raiders at the end of the season after going 8-8.
The Oakland Raiders have promoted offensive coordinator Hue Jackson to become the team’s sixth head coach since 2003.
An NFL arbitrator has denied a grievance filed by former Oakland Raiders coach Lane Kiffin in an attempt to claim the lost salary he maintained he was still owed by the team.