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2012 NFL Draft recap
In the 7th round with pick number 230 the Raiders select Nathan Stupar Linebacker Penn State
In the 5th round with pick number 168 the Raiders select Juron Criner WR Arizona
In the 5th round with pick number 158 the Raiders select Jack Crawford DE Penn State
In the 4th round with pick number 129 the Raiders select Miles Burris LB San Diego State
In the 3rd round with pick number 95 the Raiders select Tony Bergstrom OT Utah
Beloit WR Derek Carrier; Missouri DL Dominique Hamilton; Wisconsin S Aaron Henry; Fort Valley State P Marquette King; Arizona State OL Dan Knapp; Pittsburgh OL Lucas Nix
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The Mckenzie/Allen Draft ERA has begun and lets not be silly and do grades but nation how do you think they did?
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Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie had said he would wait until after the draft before restructuring the team’s scouting department. On Monday, two days after the draft, he fired longtime scout Jon Kingdon.
Raiders General Manager Reggie McKenzie is adding a couple of people he’s very familiar with to the Oakland front office. One of those people is McKenzie’s twin brother, Raleigh McKenzie. The Bay Area News Group reports that Raleigh has been given a job in the team’s personnel department.
The Oakland Raiders have signed offensive lineman Ed Wang, who has played in six career games, all with the Buffalo Bills in 2010.
This year, the Raiders have unveiled a new plan for keeping the Black Hole full. The team announced Saturday that, for all season tickets sold from May 1 to June 30, 10 percent of the gross purchase price will be donated to the Oakland Unified School District.
Matt Leinart is heading back to California, and back to backing up Carson Palmer.
Statement from the Oakland Raiders on the passing of Junior Seau.
We are deeply saddened by the news of the passing of Junior Seau. Junior’s great passion, intensity and love for the game were evident every time he stepped on the football field. He was a formidable competitor who left an indelible mark on the game of football. We extend our most sincere condolences to his family and the Charger organization.
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