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Surprise! It’s Bresnahan as DC

The Raiders are the last team in the NFL to have a defensive coordinator, but Chuck Bresnahan hasn’t fallen too far behind.

Bresnahan has been in the building since Feb. 1, the day he was hired as a “defensive coach” but not given a designation. The club announced Bresnahan had been named defensive coordinator on its Web site Monday.

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Jerry McDonald - NFL Writer

  • DKnight007

    397.lefty12 Says:
    March 8th, 2011 at 11:50 am
    “wasn’t much of a drop off”=drop off.The mob mentality took over where Gallery was concerned.People on here hated Cable,Gallery came out in support of Cable,therefore the mob instantly hated Gallery-unfairly I might add.That is the way this blog is.Make something up,repeat it 4 or 5 times and within a week someone will using it as evidence to support a statement.

    ^^^^^^^
    Exactly….and those people might have been Herrera or old man Al “plants” on this board.

    Hmm…

  • Just Win Baby

    BTW, BLET local 31 in WY, and the NFL should consider how miserably they fared with scabs in the past before they deny the players their fair share. Without the superstar players, the NFL is the USFL or the XFL (or whatever they call that crap). People won’t pay to watch the scrubs now just like they didnt pay to see them before.

  • Dakota

    402.Just Win Baby Says:
    March 8th, 2011 at 12:06 pm
    BTW, BLET local 31 in WY, and the NFL should consider how miserably they fared with scabs in the past before they deny the players their fair share. Without the superstar players, the NFL is the USFL or the XFL (or whatever they call that crap). People won’t pay to watch the scrubs now just like they didnt pay to see them before.
    _________________________

    I don’t think the NFL can use replacement players in a lockout…..only in the event of a player strike.

  • http://www.raiders.com/ r8eray

    Are UFL Players unionized?

    And if so….can current NFL players sign to UFL teams?

    Will the UFL be expanding to accommodate all these players?

    Will current NFL teams pull out of the NFL and jump ship to UFL?

  • DKnight007

    There was no point in getting rid of Marshall and bringing in Chuck B.

    Old man Al just wanted to save money by getting rid of Marshall and hiring a man who has been out of the NFL.

    Lousy….but gotta hope for the best I guess.

    Ugh

  • http://www.pro-football-reference.com/ KoolKell

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    More than half of Wisconsin voters say they side with public employee unions, according to a recent poll.

    The numbers are in… and the news is good for government workers. According to two new polls — one a nationwide survey by The New York Times/CBS News, the other a Wisconsin-specific poll from Democratic pollster Public Policy Polling — a plurality of Americans support public sector unions and oppose weakening collective bargaining rights, though in many cases, the divide is close. Here, a brief guide to the polls, by the numbers:

  • bcz24

    Dakota Says:
    March 8th, 2011 at 11:52 am
    Oh bummer, the entire CBA agreement has been thrown out the window due to a disagreement over the size of the numbers on the jerseys. The owners want 17′ numbers and the players want 18′ numbers. Looks like we are headed to a lockout.
    ************
    I knew that was BS. LOl. Your good though, you actually made a reasonable post… too bad the owners and players cant do the same. lol

  • DMAC

    Later peoples!
    Go A’s!
    Go Dubs!
    Go Cal Bears!
    Go Raiders!

  • bcz24

    I don’t think the NFL can use replacement players in a lockout…..only in the event of a player strike.
    *******
    Correct. There will not be a lockout though. That was thrown out as soon as the owners were told they wouldnt be able to access the $4 billion in TV money.

  • RaiderRockstar

    Tiki Barber wants to come out of retirement and teach Darren McFadden how to fumble again!

  • priesttj

    My man Lefty12!! tell it like it is brotha!

    This place makes up it’s own reality sort of a parallel universe……..lol

  • RaiderRockstar

    There was no point in getting rid of Marshall and bringing in Chuck B

    ***

    Agreed!

    Marshall, Haluchak & Washington = Bresnahan, Biekert & Woodson

    Tollner + Hackett = Saunders

    Hue Jackson is running the offense again and Al Davis is running the defense again.

    I see no upgrades to the coaching staff.

  • RaiderRockstar

    would some desperate team actually be willing to TRADE with the G-Men for Tiki?

    bwahahahaha!

    the Detroit Lions might be interested

  • RaiderRockstar

    did Marcel Reece or Desmond Bryant receive tenders ???

    BBL gents !!!

  • DutchRaider77

    Marshall = Cable’s Guy?
    (Remember the Cable/Hanson incident was allegedly b/c Randy was talking smack to Marshall.)

    “Jeremiah also wrote on his Twitter page that Cable reacted when Hanson spoke profanely to defensive coordinator John Marshall. Cable rebuked Hanson, then pushed his chair, which caused the injury.”

    http://sports.espn.go.com/nfl/trainingcamp09/news/story?id=4407310

    Chuck B. = Hue Jack City

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