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Raiders snag LB in third round

Raiders snag LB in third round

The Raiders selected Connecticut linebacker Sio Moore with their third-round draft pick, No. 66 overall. Moore, 6-foot-1, 245 pounds, was a three-year starter for UConn with 274 tackles, including 43 for losses. A participant in the Senior Bowl, where t…
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  • Coach Allen talks after second, third rounds of NFL draft

    Coach Allen talks after second, third rounds of NFL draft

    insidebayarea.com Apr 26, 2013
    Raiders coach Dennis Allen walked into the auditorium in Alameda on Friday night with a bounce in his step, a smile on his face and not a hair out of place. Like most NFL coaches on draft day, Allen was in a boastful mood, pleased with the day’s bounty,
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  • CB Hayden says he ’saved best for last’ when comes to Raiders

    CB Hayden says he ’saved best for last’ when comes to Raiders

    Late last year, cornerback D.J. Hayden was losing weight and feeling down as he recovered from a rupture of a vein that feeds to his heart, the result of a freak accident in practice at the University of Houston. Today, he addressed the Bay Area media a…
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  • Round 2 possibilities for Raiders, Chargers

    Round 2 possibilities for Raiders, Chargers

    ESPN.com Apr 26, 2013
    The Oakland Raiders and the San Diego Chargers are both in solid position in the second round, which begins at 6:30 p.m. ET Friday. Oakland has the No. 42 pick (via a trade with Miami) and San Diego picks No. 45. Denver, meanwhile, is slated to pick 58t…
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  • 2013 NFL Draft trades: Day One

    2013 NFL Draft trades: Day One

    profootballtalk.com Apr 26, 2013
    Five trades occurred in Round One of the 2013 NFL Draft on Thursday. Here are the terms of those deals: The Dolphins acquired the Raiders’ first-round choice (No. 3 overall), with Oakland receiving Miami’s first- and second-round choices (Nos. 12 and
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