Jim Harbaugh is the latest coach to have his hat thrown in the ring, this time by ESPN.
Let’s see . . . Hue Jackson, Jim Fassel, Marc Trestman . . . what do these guys have in common?
Another day, another deluge of Raiders rumors.
While there’s no definitive word coming out of Raiders’ headquarters about head coach Tom Cable’s status, there’s a report that Al Davis is already interviewing potential replacements for Cable’s job.
For the second time in two weeks, defensive lineman Richard Seymour is talking up the possibility of joining the Raiders.
JaMarcus Russell gave up his throne to Bruce Gradkowski and Charlie Frye in Oakland, but still reigns in his home town of Mobile, Ala.
Assuming we hit Day 16 since the end of the regular season and the Raiders haven’t made a definitive statement regarding Tom Cable’s employment, let’s try a different tack with Tuesday’s weekly chat at noon.
Instead of answering the same question several different ways, tell me what you think. Then I’ll tell you whether I think you’re right or wrong. If I’ve written something you think is particularly stupid, have at it. If there’s something I’ve overlooked, tell me what it is and I’ll either defend myself or agree.
Let’s make this week about what you think _ and I’ll chime in. When it comes to what Al Davis is going to do, your guess is probably as good as mine, anyway.
— Jerry McDonald
The Patriot influence continues to infiltrate the AFC West.
If Al Davis was as good at building a team as he was hiding his intentions with regard to the next coach, the Raiders wouldn’t be on this seven-year run of misery.