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Quinn gets clearance to play on Sunday

Quinn gets clearance to play on Sunday

profootballtalk.com Updated Nov 15, 2012
Earlier this week, Chiefs quarterback Brady Quinn said he’d been cleared to play after suffering a concussion against the Raiders last month.  The next day, Chiefs coach Romeo Crennel said otherwise. Now, the player and the team apparently are on the s
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  • Many key Raiders questionable vs. Saints

    Many key Raiders questionable vs. Saints

    ESPN.com Nov 15, 2012
    The Oakland Raiders are dealing with several injuries as they prepare to host New Orleans on Thursday. Safety Tyvon Branch, one of the team’s better defenders, missed his second straight day of practice Thursday with a neck injury. Fellow starter Matt G
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  • Purple Drank Popular Among Teenagers, Jim Marcus Russell, Says …

    Purple Drank Popular Among Teenagers, Jim Marcus Russell, Says Stupid Website

    deadspin.com Nov 15, 2012
    iVillage.com seems like the kind of website that moms are supposed to read. Really lame moms, based on the fact that it runs articles that are as hilariously pearl clutch-y as this one. More »
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  • Raiders doing their part to fight hunger

    Raiders doing their part to fight hunger

    insidebayarea.com Nov 15, 2012
    The Oakland Raiders are partnering with the Alameda County Community Food Bank to help their neighbors in need as the region braces for a spike in need during the winter and holiday season. Staff and families of the Raiders organization are sorting, scr…
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  • McFadden, Seymour, Branch not practicing once again

    McFadden, Seymour, Branch not practicing once again

    insidebayarea.com Nov 15, 2012
    If the Raiders are going to beat the New Orleans Saints on Sunday, it appears as if they’re going to have to do so without a handful of key players. Running backs Darren McFadden and Mike Goodson, defensive tackle Richard Seymour, strong safety Tyvon Br
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  • Raiders' health in a black hole

    Raiders' health in a black hole

    sfgate.com Nov 15, 2012
    Raiders' health in a black hole Defensive tackle Richard Seymour (hamstring) and starting safeties Tyvon Branch (neck) and Matt Giordano (concussion) were also out Wednesday. Right tackle Khalif Barnes (back from a groin injury) took most of the first-t…
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  • Raiders' Allen has fan in Saints' coach

    Raiders' Allen has fan in Saints' coach

    sfgate.com Nov 15, 2012
    Raiders' Allen has fan in Saints' coach Maybe when Saints interim head coach Joe Vitt is done giving his team a pep talk, and making sure they're ready for the Raiders on Sunday, he could go to the Oakland locker room. Vitt worked with Oakland head coac…
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  • Video - Countdown Daily Prediction: Saints-Raiders 00:39

    Countdown Daily Prediction: Saints-Raiders

    Nov 15
    The NFL Live crew makes their picks for New Orleans at Oakland
  • Video - Weather update: Saints  @ Raiders 01:00

    Weather update: Saints @ Raiders

    Nov 15
    AccuWeather.com updates climate conditions for the Saints @ Raiders.
  • Video - Preview: New Orleans Saints vs. Oakland Raiders 02:21

    Preview: New Orleans Saints vs. Oakland Raiders

    Nov 15
    NFL Films previews the Week 11 matchup between the New Orleans Saints and the Oakland Raiders.

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