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Updated story, bizarre details on McClain being arrested

A story in the Decatur Daily details the false name used by Raiders middle linebacker Rolando McClain that led to his arrest Tuesday. The story also recounts how McClain feels as if he is a victim in the case.
Brace yourself. You can’t make up this stuff. So, here’s the link. Use your imagination when guessing what the expletive was used by McClain:

http://decaturdaily.com/stories/McClain-in-trouble-again,110745

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  • R8drinOK

    RockyMountainRaider Says:
    January 11th, 2013 at 12:44 pm
    I think Bronco fans are in for a rude awakening tomorrow, there talking so big but fail to forget that its going to be 20 degrees here in Denver. Manning is use to a dome for his playoff games never really fared well in the elements like when he use to go to New England or in that super bowl when it rained.

    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

    Love it…overconfidence on the Broncos part is a good thing. Hope the Ravens pull a ‘belly flop’ on Manning like they did to us with Gannon!

  • shutdown

    People here seem pretty dumb about why it is that Hue was fired and why it is he got no looks when he was fired as a HC and why he isn’t getting any looks for HC now. It’s not that he’s an untalented man or incompetent football guy. It’s his character.

    There’s a perception among those with whom he’s worked that Hue is someone who’ll schmooz you, then slickly stick a knife in your back if it gets him what he wants. Fair? I don’t know. I’ve never worked with him, but those who have don’t trust him.

  • R8drinOK

    Seymour Bush Says:
    January 11th, 2013 at 12:50 pm
    big chill Says:
    January 11th, 2013 at 12:43 pm

    all these good couches getting picked up, and we are not doing anything, man this organization is pathetic.
    ===========================================

    I am positive that the org is working feverishly to get someone that fits. So, Norphus to goes to Cleveland. Won’t even take a phone call to talk from here. What do they possibly have in Cleveland that would entice Norph? Well, Trent Richardson is a foundation back. Joe Thomas is arguably the best LT in the game. Alex Mack is an excellent center. Weedon was not terrible and Greg Little looks to be a very very solid player. Now for the millionth time, who do we have? And don’t tell me Pryor.

    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

    One of the things I think we miss greatly with Al being gone is his ability to convince good coaches and players to become a part of ‘The greatness of the Raiders’. Yeah I know this was not seen much the last 10 years or so of his life but Al could pick coaching talent. Paying them after they became a success?…well that’s another issue.

  • http://raiders.com Seymour Bush

    One of the things I think we miss greatly with Al being gone is his ability to convince good coaches and players to become a part of ‘The greatness of the Raiders’. Yeah I know this was not seen much the last 10 years or so of his life but Al could pick coaching talent. Paying them after they became a success?…well that’s another issue.
    ======================================

    Excellent point.

  • ENGLANDRAIDER

    Seymour Bush Says:
    January 11th, 2013 at 12:50 pm
    big chill Says:
    January 11th, 2013 at 12:43 pm

    all these good couches getting picked up, and we are not doing anything, man this organization is pathetic.
    ===========================================

    I am positive that the org is working feverishly to get someone that fits. So, Norphus to goes to Cleveland. Won’t even take a phone call to talk from here. What do they possibly have in Cleveland that would entice Norph? Well, Trent Richardson is a foundation back. Joe Thomas is arguably the best LT in the game. Alex Mack is an excellent center. Weedon was not terrible and Greg Little looks to be a very very solid player. Now for the millionth time, who do we have? And don’t tell me Pryor.

    +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    “Alex Mack is an excellent center.”

    You are so right there Oakglen.
    I really wanted Al to pick this guy up when he came out of Cal.

  • http://raiders.com Seymour Bush

    shutdown Says:
    January 11th, 2013 at 12:51 pm

    People here seem pretty dumb about why it is that Hue was fired and why it is he got no looks when he was fired as a HC and why he isn’t getting any looks for HC now. It’s not that he’s an untalented man or incompetent football guy. It’s his character.

    There’s a perception among those with whom he’s worked that Hue is someone who’ll schmooz you, then slickly stick a knife in your back if it gets him what he wants. Fair? I don’t know. I’ve never worked with him, but those who have don’t trust him.
    ================================================

    While I agree with you the bottom line is Jackson just is not NEAR as good as some here think. Fans see our offensive production doubled from the prior year and they tout the miracle of Jackson. The truth is we got rid of Jamarcus Russell. If I was the OC our offensive production would have gone up the second Russell was dumped. Hell, our offensive production went up while Russell was here, with Gradkowski at the helm. What does that tell you?

    Bottom line teams figured Jackson out quickly, and so did our players. That’s why Jackson flailed in the deep end, late in the season. That’s what separates good and great players and coaches from mediocrity or worse: the league will eventually figure you out. You then have to change and adapt and improve your game against the league. Jackson could not do that.

  • http://raiders.com Seymour Bush

    You are so right there Oakglen.
    ===================================

    Actually Oakglen is that troll who comes here posting nonsense. It was here last night I see.

  • JONTRAIN

    RockinRaider Says: January 11th, 2013 at 12:14 pm

    Just amazing that a hot coach like Hue isn’t getting request after request for an interview?How is that possible, considering how in demand many of you said he would be?Maybe his phone is turned off?

    ××××××

    Looks like his phone is working, unlike the brains of many posters in here

  • http://www.RAIDERS.com Back-n-Black

    The Panthers have requested permission to interview Bengals assistant Hue Jackson for their offensive coordinator vacancy.
    Jackson is also on the Jets’ radar. The Panthers’ job, of course, will be far more attractive because they have so much more talent in place. It could also be a steppingstone toward another head-coaching opportunity. Jackson’s offense is fairly similar to outgoing Carolina OC Rob Chudzinski’s with a power run game and vertical pass attack. We’d like that hire for the Panthers.

  • The_Judge37

    I think Jackson’s game planning and calling fell off due to him focusing too much on the Roster. If Al was around, or even Mark, to keep his ego in check and do his job as a HC, then i think he ends better than 8-8. But who knows. Either way the Raiders FO failed him by allowing him to be his own GM, and now they’re paying for it.

  • http://raiders.com Seymour Bush

    JONTRAIN Says:
    January 11th, 2013 at 1:09 pm

    RockinRaider Says: January 11th, 2013 at 12:14 pm

    Just amazing that a hot coach like Hue isn’t getting request after request for an interview?How is that possible, considering how in demand many of you said he would be?Maybe his phone is turned off?

    ××××××

    Looks like his phone is working, unlike the brains of many posters in here
    =========================================

    Just from the “Rooney Rule” you’d think his phone would be off the hook. But no…..

  • http://www.RAIDERS.com Back-n-Black

    I am very tired of hearing about all this movement from other teams but nothing out of the Raiders.

    They must be waiting on some of the teams still in the playoffs, but why not interview some of these others guys just in case the guy they want is unavailable?

    Oh well, I guess they don’t consult me on how to do their business. lol

  • shutdown

    Seymour Bush Says:
    January 11th, 2013 at 1:05 pm
    shutdown Says:
    January 11th, 2013 at 12:51 pm

    People here seem pretty dumb about why it is that Hue was fired and why it is he got no looks when he was fired as a HC and why he isn’t getting any looks for HC now. It’s not that he’s an untalented man or incompetent football guy. It’s his character.

    There’s a perception among those with whom he’s worked that Hue is someone who’ll schmooz you, then slickly stick a knife in your back if it gets him what he wants. Fair? I don’t know. I’ve never worked with him, but those who have don’t trust him.
    ================================================

    While I agree with you the bottom line is Jackson just is not NEAR as good as some here think. Fans see our offensive production doubled from the prior year and they tout the miracle of Jackson. The truth is we got rid of Jamarcus Russell. If I was the OC our offensive production would have gone up the second Russell was dumped. Hell, our offensive production went up while Russell was here, with Gradkowski at the helm. What does that tell you?

    Bottom line teams figured Jackson out quickly, and so did our players. That’s why Jackson flailed in the deep end, late in the season. That’s what separates good and great players and coaches from mediocrity or worse: the league will eventually figure you out. You then have to change and adapt and improve your game against the league. Jackson could not do that.____________________________________________–

    The flailing at the end of the season was particularly disturbing. The team’s performance in the final game, with the playoffs a score away was absolutely abysmal.

    Do I think players can be held accountable for playing badly? Yes, but I am confounded by those who seem to think that Hue was a motivator while DA isn’t. Huh? Hue was LOUDER, more entertaining as a coach, but that means nothing. If they wish to argue he was a motivator, they have to account for the failings of the team to be motivated in that collapse of the last part of the season and in that last game. They never do account for it, however.

    I’m with many others. Hue is in the past, not our future. The only reason I finally decided to react to those posts is I’m so tired of trying to scroll past them to other topics.

  • jesusraiderjim

    Easy, means we are drafting Oline #3…

    Ham=Pork=Pig=Hog=Olineman, just got to read the signs.
    —–

    Brilliant investigating.

    ==============================================
    A little more info than we are getting from the blog keepers. LOL

  • jesusraiderjim

    At least its something we can chew on. Ba da bing I’ll be here all week thanks.

  • http://www.RAIDERS.com Back-n-Black

    lol… if Hue goes to the Jets then Rex’s days are numbered.

    Hue will replace him when they fail to make the playoffs next year.

  • http://raiders.com Seymour Bush

    Back-n-Black Says:
    January 11th, 2013 at 1:10 pm

    The Panthers have requested permission to interview Bengals assistant Hue Jackson for their offensive coordinator vacancy.
    Jackson is also on the Jets’ radar. The Panthers’ job, of course, will be far more attractive because they have so much more talent in place. It could also be a steppingstone toward another head-coaching opportunity. Jackson’s offense is fairly similar to outgoing Carolina OC Rob Chudzinski’s with a power run game and vertical pass attack. We’d like that hire for the Panthers.
    ===========================================

    Translation: Rob Chudzinski did such a poor job “relating” to their superstar Q that Chudzinski got a promotion to lead Cleveland. So, Carolina now needs someone who can “relate” to a brooding, whiny, cry baby all around one, and that might be right up Jackson’s alley.

  • 1960AutumnWind

    Regarding the talk on Hue being an OC in Carolina or the Jets – Good for Hue. I actually like Hue(as an OC) and I like DA. *I mean they are not mutually exclusive.* Hue did a good job with the offense in 2010 and it extended into 2011 although I do think it was falling apart towards the end (i.e. bad in 3rd qtr lost last several games towards the end etc…). As long as he is not allowed to make trades and is allowed to hire enough staff around him to help (i.e. no QB coach in 2011) he should be alright.

  • Just Fire Baby

    Has any other player ever have back-to-back 1400+ comment threads on them ?

    Slo-Mania!!!!!!

  • RaidersAllday_LtsGeTit

    looks like the dummy Mcfadden 20 finally woke up

  • The_Judge37

    There is a feeling here that Hue should’ve been given more time. But i think we all understand he’s gone and nothing we can do about it. The only reason he’s still contantly brought up is because he’s the most relevant example we have when talking about Dennis Allen’s failures. That’s all, there is no “Bring Back Hue” Movement.

  • JONTRAIN

    Seymour Bush Says: 
    January 11th, 2013 at 1:18 pm
    Back-n-Black Says:January 11th, 2013 at 1:10 pmThe Panthers have requested permission to interview Bengals assistant Hue Jackson for their offensive coordinator vacancy.Jackson is also on the Jets’ radar. The Panthers’ job, of course, will be far more attractive because they have so much more talent in place. It could also be a steppingstone toward another head-coaching opportunity. Jackson’s offense is fairly similar to outgoing Carolina OC Rob Chudzinski’s with a power run game and vertical pass attack. We’d like that hire for the Panthers.

    ===========================================Translation: Rob Chudzinski did such a poor job “relating” to their superstar Q that Chudzinski got a promotion to lead Cleveland. So, Carolina now needs someone who can “relate” to a brooding, whiny, cry baby all around one, and that might be right up Jackson’s alley.

    ××××××

    Ahhhhh the not so subtle race baiting of Dr Robert I mean…uh…Seymour Bush. No wonder I took a break off this blog

  • RaidersAllday_LtsGeTit

    Honestly the Raiders are waiting for their guy.. he is on a Playoff staff right now.. and it will probaly be a qb coach.. or Line coach.

    Cuz why would their OC come to the RAiders. Its Pat Hill or Pete Carmichael

  • JONTRAIN

    1960AutumnWind Says: January 11th, 2013 at 1:21 pm
    Regarding the talk on Hue being an OC in Carolina or the Jets – Good for Hue. I actually like Hue(as an OC) and I like DA. *I mean they are not mutually exclusive.* Hue did a good job with the offense in 2010 and it extended into 2011 although I do think it was falling apart towards the end (i.e. bad in 3rd qtr lost last several games towards the end etc…). As long as he is not allowed to make trades and is allowed to hire enough staff around him to help (i.e. no QB coach in 2011) he should be alright.

    ========

    A measured response using reason, evidence, and objectivity???

    Gtfoh!!! Thats not allowed!!

  • The_Judge37

    1773.RaidersAllday_LtsGeTit Says:
    January 11th, 2013 at 1:33 pm
    Honestly the Raiders are waiting for their guy.. he is on a Playoff staff right now.. and it will probaly be a qb coach.. or Line coach.

    Cuz why would their OC come to the RAiders. Its Pat Hill or Pete Carmichael
    ——

    Only problem i see with hiring a Position coach is the lack of OC experience, assuming they’ve never been an OC before of course. We already have a 1st time HC, DC, GM, and Owner.

  • DennisAllensVisor

    Hue & Cam would be nice.

  • The_Judge37

    And i understand if the canidates for OC they want are in the playoffs, but can we at least start the interview process for Position coach or Special Teams? At least a rumor.

  • http://www.Raiders.com KoolKell

    MONTE KIFFIN AGREES TO BECOME COWBOYS’ DEFENSIVE COORDINATOR
    http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/
    ———————-
    One of the Experts here was telling me that NOBODY hires Coordinators this early in the off-season. (JFB)

  • JONTRAIN

    Chan Gailey or Cam Cameron for OC

  • http://www.Raiders.com KoolKell

    How many Experienced OC’s will want to work for a Green Kid, with tits?

  • DennisAllensVisor

    still, with the tits thing.

    I shouldnt be surprised.

  • JONTRAIN

    KK

    Good point. I can only hope that we have enough talent on O to intice a veteran OC

  • The_Judge37

    How’s this to entice good veteran OC canidates?

    “Come to Oakland, where you could be the HC by week 8″

  • DennisAllensVisor

    Carmichael Jr & Kromer have been eerily quiet..

  • inonewordraider

    is someone on green bays staff being targeted?

  • http://www.Raiders.com KoolKell

    DennisAllensVisor Says:
    January 11th, 2013 at 1:55 pm

    still, with the tits thing.

    I shouldnt be surprised.
    —————–
    Maybe if he could tie the girls down………?

  • dr_robert

    JONTRAIN Says:
    January 11th, 2013 at 1:31 pm
    Seymour Bush Says:
    January 11th, 2013 at 1:18 pm
    Back-n-Black Says:January 11th, 2013 at 1:10 pmThe Panthers have requested permission to interview Bengals assistant Hue Jackson for their offensive coordinator vacancy.Jackson is also on the Jets’ radar. The Panthers’ job, of course, will be far more attractive because they have so much more talent in place. It could also be a steppingstone toward another head-coaching opportunity. Jackson’s offense is fairly similar to outgoing Carolina OC Rob Chudzinski’s with a power run game and vertical pass attack. We’d like that hire for the Panthers.

    ===========================================Translation: Rob Chudzinski did such a poor job “relating” to their superstar Q that Chudzinski got a promotion to lead Cleveland. So, Carolina now needs someone who can “relate” to a brooding, whiny, cry baby all around one, and that might be right up Jackson’s alley.

    ××××××

    Ahhhhh the not so subtle race baiting of Dr Robert I mean…uh…Seymour Bush. No wonder I took a break off this blog
    ***********

    people that accuse me of ‘race baiting’ or whatever have no clue. i’ve never said one thing that was remotely racist. on the contrary, i’ve stated many times that racism disgusts me. pay attention. don’t throw out derogatory terms at people like their candy. those are heavy accusations in the real world. it’s a disgrace to paint someone that way who has shown no leanings.

  • DennisAllensVisor

    Are we still picking the coach we want from any team??

    LOL.

  • Charlie

    BCZ and Autumn Wind seem to understand my point of view.

    I liked Hue as well. I wish he was allowed to stay.
    Same with Cable.

    I do not support constant churn of coaching staffs and schemes. The simple fact is that the more succesful franchises do not do it.They recognize that players are the most significant element of winning in the NFL.

    These franchises may export coaching talent but they minimize the change in staffs to typically a couple per year.

    Those organizations realize that coaches are generally the tail on the dog so to speak.
    Yes they provide guidance but players need to be SELF motivated and talented enough to compete in the NFL.
    Reggie:

    “You want the players to doggone take it upon themselves and run it. We’re not at that level.”

    The responsibility to acquire that talent falls predominately with the GM, owner, and scouting departments.
    The Steelers are a prime example of a club that understands this principle.

  • DennisAllensVisor

    We’ve had Tom Cable & Art Shell as coaches, yet Dennis Allen allegedly has tits.

    Amazing.

  • The Beeech Diggity Dawg

    KrappyRat, you silly Old Troll!

    You’re a 60 year old realtor using the T-word on a football blog, totally sad

    Not to mention you’ve got the largest man cans anyone in Switzerland has ever seen

    Just keepin’ it real

    SLICK RICK N FULL EFFECT

  • The_Judge37

    1785.inonewordraider Says:
    January 11th, 2013 at 1:59 pm
    is someone on green bays staff being targeted?
    ———

    Director of Practice Squad development is on the Radar

  • http://www.Raiders.com KoolKell

    Inonewordraider Says:
    January 11th, 2013 at 1:59 pm

    is someone on green bays staff being targeted?
    ——————-
    That’s the only thing I can think of. Which would suggest Reggie is doing the hiring not DA?

  • DennisAllensVisor

    Marc Trestman might be the best hire..

  • The_Judge37

    1790.DennisAllensVisor Says:
    January 11th, 2013 at 2:01 pm
    We’ve had Tom Cable & Art Shell as coaches, yet Dennis Allen allegedly has tits.

    Amazing.
    —–

    I don’t get the Tit thing either, but why spoil the fun? And fat guys are expected to have tits, DA is skinny.

  • The Beeech Diggity Dawg

    Brahs, the Beeeech Diggity just finished 2x a couple poolside waitresses in the poop chute

    You KNOW the Dawg went bareback for his pleasure

    Met them this AM while I was doing yoga out by the pool, caught them both drooling over the Beeech Lawg (who had popped out of my swim trunks by accident, holla)

    They even did a load of laundry on the way back to their next shift

    Them Wrecks be in FULL Effect, hizzle

  • DennisAllensVisor

    The_Judge37 Says:
    January 11th, 2013 at 2:03 pm
    1790.DennisAllensVisor Says:
    January 11th, 2013 at 2:01 pm
    We’ve had Tom Cable & Art Shell as coaches, yet Dennis Allen allegedly has tits.

    Amazing.
    —–

    I don’t get the Tit thing either, but why spoil the fun? And fat guys are expected to have tits, DA is skinny.

    —-

    I dont see them.

    But I guess im weird for not staring at men’s chests?,,

  • http://www.Raiders.com KoolKell

    PANTHERS ASK TO INTERVIEW HUE JACKSON FOR OC JOB

    http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/

  • inonewordraider

    da knows how to coach a d hue knows how to coach an O, the guys wouldn’t have to learn a whole new system with Hue, if Mark would just focus on doing what’s best for the team Hue would be a candidate.

    norv’s a proven oc and a good vet for DA to lean on.

    gimme an oc that could handle the O on his own so DA can focus on D, someone with experience that commands respect

  • DennisAllensVisor

    Rooney rule only applies to Head Coach & GM…