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Davis tribute Sunday _ and it could be full house

By Jerry McDonald - NFL Writer
Tuesday, October 11th, 2011 at 3:08 pm in Oakland Raiders.

The Raiders’ game Sunday against the Cleveland Browns will include tributes to owner Al Davis throughout the game, according to CEO Amy Trask, and the club moved toward ensuring a full stadium with complimentary tickets given to season-ticket holders.

Season-ticket holders were sent an e-mail that said, “Your guests, will be our guests” with instructions on how to get two additional tickets. The allotment of tickets was exhausted within 24 hours, and no more complimentary tickets remain.

A follow-up e-mail was sent to season ticket holders that said, “While some of you will be disappointed by this, we hope you will agree with us that the most important thing is that the stadium is full and that so very many people will be able to pay tribute to Al Davis.”

Those who requested tickets while still available were told tickets would be assigned to their account in “within the next 24 hours.”

If the game is not blacked out locally, it will be the first time three consecutive games were televised locally since 2008, when the first four games of the season were on local TV.

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  • Just Fire Baby

    KoolKell Says:
    October 11th, 2011 at 3:58 pm
    Perhaps some of you anti-social psychopaths, should pursue some kind of spiritual training?

    **************************

    I vote for some physical training for you tubby!!!

  • Master Beeecham

    Dude Slam, no worries on that – these babes are shaved EVERYWHERE, including their eyebrows.

    Guess its the new hot look coming out of Europe in 2014, mo wizzle

    # Ryan Says:
    October 11th, 2011 at 4:06 pm

    French chicks, huh? You might want to buy some razors, as well.

  • raidertay

    I hope Al gave someone there his Cap knowledge. That old man could work the hel out of a salary cap.

  • Orthodoxdj

    Dear new GM,

    We need an accurate QB, one who can actually throw downfield and not just in the out of bounds kind of way.

  • inonewordraider

    http://www.grantland.com/story/_/id/7088690/al-davis-strategic-legacy

    good schit if you haven’t already read even though no mention of Flores and Plunkett…

  • Twocents

    Raidertay, that is exactly what will be missed.
    Al knew how to play the cap game.

  • TerrapinRaider

    That Texans game was really a great game. Its one for the memories.

    Refs even tried their best to give it to the Texans. It all came down to the last play in the endzone. INT Raiders. Great game

  • http://www.aldavisshouldbeonmountrushmore.com Whats a Drexl?

    raidertay Says:
    October 11th, 2011 at 4:11 pm

    I hope Al gave someone there his Cap knowledge. That old man could work the hel out of a salary cap.
    ——————————–
    Looked good wearing a Raids ball cap too.

  • http://www.aldavisshouldbeonmountrushmore.com Whats a Drexl?

    KoolKell Says:
    October 11th, 2011 at 1:49 pm

    WAD, is a cross-posting troll himself, right Brien?
    ==============================
    If that’s what you think Krappy, I am all good with it. B has more passion for the Oakland Raiders than most. You on the other hand have spent the last 3 years that I know of completely maligning Al Davis and everything the man stood for. Now all of a sudden you shed tears, and your wife stroked your purty little head.
    fug yourself.

  • inonewordraider

    raidertay Says:
    October 11th, 2011 at 4:11 pm
    I hope Al gave someone there his Cap knowledge. That old man could work the hel out of a salary cap.

    _________________________
    who else would draft a guy like Mike Mitchell or turn a safety like Nnamdi to CB and get him before anyone else could or find an UDFA like TKelly?

  • mcfadden20.

    inonewordraider Says:
    October 11th, 2011 at 4:13 pm

    http://www.grantland.com/story/_/id/7088690/al-davis-strategic-legacy

    good schit if you haven’t already read even though no mention of Flores and Plunkett…

    _______________________________

    Interesting read there will never be anyone like him..

  • priesttj

    BTW BigTed707 Just a note on what a fantastic job you’re doing on the MUP. Thanks so much for all you do my man.

  • priesttj

    T’pin if that was a playoff game it would’ve been similar to the “Sea of Hands”in the way that it finished pride and poise all the way. In fact NFLN is replaying it @5pmPT

  • priesttj

    Drexl That is why I want Bruce Allen back here the capologist is the difference between winning and losing in todays NFL. He taught Bruce well and now bruce has done wonders in Wash……….time to come home.

  • JB

    priesttj Says:
    October 11th, 2011 at 4:35 pm

    BTW BigTed707 Just a note on what a fantastic job you’re doing on the MUP. Thanks so much for all you do my man.
    *********************

    Ditto – especially since my pick was D-WOW!

  • qodrn

    Dedicated to the legacy of Al Davis
    Defended by the Rally Squirrel

    First: Ghostraider (exact score)
    Second: Sullivan44
    Third: Pretty Rick
    Fourth: Sullivan44
    Fifth: Fingers

    860Todd Christensen Raiders 31 Cleveland 13
    909RaiderLifer RAIDERS–45 SKIDMARKS—16
    alex7 Raiders 27 Browns 20 Defensive/ST touchdown for Oakland
    fingers Raiders..30 Browns 20
    ghostraiders Raiders 31. Cleveland 13.
    Hagar the Horrible Raiders 34 – Browns 10
    qodrn Raiders 28 Browns 10
    r8eray 38-17 Raiders
    Raiders_83 Raiders 45 Browns 9
    rob_raider raiders 38 browns 6
    Silverandblack666 Raiders 35 Browns 13
    Sullivan44 Raiders 38, Brownies 21

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    Raiders 27 Browns 10 please add me

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