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Raider Gridiron / Raiders vs Steelers Thread
« on: December 05, 2018, 11:23:02 AM »


Well!...I'm finally going to do it!  Every since I've been a Raider fan I've always wanted to be in the "Black Hole"

Something on my bucket list.

This Sunday, I'll be in the "Hole"

Section 105 row 15 seat 17.

I'm soooooo excited!

I'll be posting videos and pics on my  journey into the hole.

Stay tuned!! 8) 8)

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The Oakland Raiders are signing veteran running back C.J. Anderson, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter.

Anderson has been looking for work since Nov. 12, when he was released by the Carolina Panthers.

Carolina had signed Anderson to a one-year, $1.75 million deal during the offseason, but with Christian McCaffrey seeing most of the volume in the team's backfield, Anderson managed only 104 yards on 24 carries in nine games.

Anderson, who spent his first five seasons with Denver, had visited the Chiefs earlier this week in the wake of Kareem Hunt's release. Kansas City ended up signing Charcandrick West instead.

Oakland has leaned on Doug Martin, Jalen Richard and DeAndre Washington in the backfield since Marshawn Lynch went on IR with a groin injury in October.

http://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/25454527/the-oakland-raiders-signing-veteran-running-back-cj-anderson

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Rich Gannon had a lot more success in his five years as the Raiders starting quarterback. In large part because he was an 11-year NFL veteran when he joined the Raiders. Carr was drafted by the Raiders and has been through some rough years for the franchise, now entering his second rebuild.

Carr in in his fifth year as the Raiders starter and Sunday surpassed the last great Raiders quarterback to move into second in Raiders history in passing yards.

Gannon finished with 17,585 passing yards with the Raiders. Carr’s 285 yards Sunday night against the Chiefs, gives him 17,802 yards for his Raiders career.

He had the record in the second quarter with a 29-yard pass to Jared Cook. That pass began a long drive that ended with a touchdown run from one yards out to get the Raiders on the board, down 13-7.

Carr is now second in club history to only Hall of Famer Ken Stabler, who holds the record with 19,078.

Obviously, talking record books would be a lot more pleasant after a win, but those are hard to come by for the Raiders these days, so Carr will have to accept this small victory for now.

“It’s very humbling,” said Carr of his new spot in the Raiders record books. “Again, my dad was a Raider fan growing up. Kenny Stabler was his favorite and I got to grow up watching Rich, Jerry Rice and Tim Brown. To be able to be up there, it means a lot to me. . . Now, can we just translate it into some wins? I would give all the yards back for some more wins. At the same time, it’s very cool and very humbling. It just shows me that I haven’t done anything yet and I have a long way to go.”

In order to take the record this season, Carr would have to throw for 1277 yards over the final four games of the season. That’s an average of about 320 yards per game, so it seems unlikely. Should he remain the Raiders starting QB next season, however, he would most certainly get the record within the first few games.

https://www.silverandblackpride.com/2018/12/2/18123174/derek-carr-moves-up-raiders-record-books-in-loss-to-chiefs

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Raider Gridiron / 2019 DRAFT THREAD
« on: November 27, 2018, 08:02:05 PM »

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Raider Gridiron / Raiders vs Ravens lose thread
« on: November 25, 2018, 04:09:40 PM »
Have at it folks....

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Raider Gridiron / Raiders vs Ravens Thread
« on: November 25, 2018, 12:13:47 PM »
JUST WIN BABY AGAIN!!

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YOU GET THIS KNUCKLE HEAD!!

49er Reuben Foster arrested on domestic violence charge in Florida



TAMPA, Fla. — San Francisco 49ers linebacker Reuben Foster was arrested on suspicion of domestic-violence battery Saturday night at the Grand Hyatt Tampa Bay, where the team was staying before playing the Buccaneers on Sunday.

Foster, 24, was arrested at 9:10 p.m. local time and booked into jail at 11:11 p.m., according to a custody report from the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office. No bond was immediately posted.

Two members of the hotel’s valet-parking staff said an ambulance was at the Grand Hyatt earlier in the evening.

A mug shot of the sheriff’s website showed Foster in an orange jail clothes. He was arrested by Tampa police officers.

Team officials were unavailable for comment about Foster’s arrest. The incident is the latest in a string of legal troubles for Foster over the past 10 months.

In May, a Santa Clara County Court judge dropped domestic-violence charges against Foster, a week after ex-girlfriend Elissa Ennis took the stand and recanted her allegations that Foster struck her in Los Gatos on Feb. 11.

Shortly after the judge’s decision, 49ers general manager John Lynch released a statement saying, “It has been made clear to Reuben that his place on this team is one that must continue to be earned.”

In April, when Foster was away from the team due to his legal issues, head coach Kyle Shanahan said the 49ers had a zero-tolerance domestic-violence policy.

“We can promise you guys — if there’s someone who ever hits their significant other, girlfriends, some person like that, that person is not going to be on our team,” Shanahan said. “I feel strongly about that. I know John does. I know our ownership does. That’s how we feel about it. Obviously, Reuben is on our team right now, so we’re waiting to see how that goes. But if that’s something that we felt he did or ended up happening, you guys will see how we feel.”

Foster still served a two-game NFL suspension to start this season because of his arrest for misdemeanor marijuana possession in January in Tuscaloosa, Ala., and a gun charge that was part of his arrest on Feb. 11, when a loaded Sig Sauer 516 rifle was found on a bathroom floor. In June, Foster pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor weapons charge and was ordered to perform 232 hours of community service. He was also given two years of probation, during which he is barred from possessing guns.

In 2017, before he was drafted, Foster failed a drug test at the NFL combine after allegedly submitting a diluted urine sample. He was kicked out of the combine after an altercation with a hospital employee.

Concerns about Foster’s character caused him to nearly slip out of the first round of the draft before the 49ers traded up three spots to select him with the No. 31 overall pick. At Alabama, Foster won the Butkus Award, which is given to the nation’s best linebacker, and he was viewed as a top-10 pick based on his talent.

In 2017, Foster ranked second on the team in tackles (72) despite missing six games with injuries and was the NFL’s Defensive Rookie of the Month for November. This season, Foster has played in just six of 10 games and has 29 tackles.

In April, when Foster was away from the team due to his legal issues, head coach Kyle Shanahan said the 49ers had a zero-tolerance domestic-violence policy.

“We can promise you guys — if there’s someone who ever hits their significant other, girlfriends, some person like that, that person is not going to be on our team,” Shanahan said. “I feel strongly about that. I know John does. I know our ownership does. That’s how we feel about it. Obviously, Reuben is on our team right now, so we’re waiting to see how that goes. But if that’s something that we felt he did or ended up happening, you guys will see how we feel.”

Foster still served a two-game NFL suspension to start this season because of his arrest for misdemeanor marijuana possession in January in Tuscaloosa, Ala., and a gun charge that was part of his arrest on Feb. 11, when a loaded Sig Sauer 516 rifle was found on a bathroom floor. In June, Foster pleaded no contest to a misdemeanor weapons charge and was ordered to perform 232 hours of community service. He was also given two years of probation, during which he is barred from possessing guns.

In 2017, before he was drafted, Foster failed a drug test at the NFL combine after allegedly submitting a diluted urine sample. He was kicked out of the combine after an altercation with a hospital employee.

Concerns about Foster’s character caused him to nearly slip out of the first round of the draft before the 49ers traded up three spots to select him with the No. 31 overall pick. At Alabama, Foster won the Butkus Award, which is given to the nation’s best linebacker, and he was viewed as a top-10 pick based on his talent.

In 2017, Foster ranked second on the team in tackles (72) despite missing six games with injuries and was the NFL’s Defensive Rookie of the Month for November. This season, Foster has played in just six of 10 games and has 29 tackles.

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Raider Gridiron / RAIDERS VS CARDS THREAD
« on: November 18, 2018, 11:07:31 AM »
JUST WIN BABY!!

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Raider Gridiron / G-Men Won! We are officially the worst team in football
« on: November 12, 2018, 11:25:17 PM »

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Raider Gridiron / Jordy Nelson retiring?
« on: November 12, 2018, 10:21:22 AM »

@ChrisReed_NFL
 10 hours ago
Just heard Jordy Nelson will be retiring tomorrow.

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Raider Gridiron / Another Loss Thread
« on: November 11, 2018, 06:57:17 PM »
What a fuckin joke this team is!

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