This is the October 31, 2012 news archive. View today's Raiders rumors and news.
The mystery of Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles getting five carries against the Raiders was so profound, not even head coach Romeo Crennel could solve it. “Now, that I’m not exactly sure either,” Crennel said when asked about the lack of activity
Share TweetRaiders' Bartell returns to practice Cornerback Ron Bartell returned to practice Wednesday for the first time since breaking his left shoulder blade in the season opener. -- Linebacker Aaron Curry (knees) looked nimble in his seventh straight practice a…Share TweetMichael Huff didn’t have much time to digest the switch from free safety to cornerback two games into the season. Yet, it hasn’t taken him long to make himself right at home. In the past two games, Huff has been on the field in pass coverage for 84 plSource: insidebayarea.com
Raiders work out six players; add offensive linemanUpdated Oct 31, 2012 Share TweetThe Raiders worked out the following six players Tuesday, per Aaron Wilson of NFL Fox Sports: Quarterback Aaron Corp, wide receviers Saalim Hakim and Shaky Smithson, tight end Cooper Helfet, cornerback Buddy Jackson and safety Cory Nelms. None of the si…Source: insidebayarea.comShare TweetFalling Patience in Kansas City: Fan fury is rising along with the Kansas City Chiefs' chances of earning the No. 1 overall draft pick next April. The team was demolished at home by the Oakland Raiders on Sunday and is showing no signs of life. If this …Source: ESPN.com
Countdown Daily AccuScore: TB-OAKOct 31Cary Chow goes inside the numbers for the Buccaneers-Raiders
Don Banks: Biggest mistake by Reid, Eagles? Sticking together too longOct 31He is the NFL's longest-tenured head coach and easily the most successful in Eagles franchise history, and yet, as we have seen happen in other football-crazed towns, it's the weight of all that history that seems to be bearing down on Andy Reid in Phil…
Clayton mailbag: Don't expect typical playoff turnoverOct 31High playoff turnover from year to year is typical, but the trend is being bucked in 2012, writes John Clayton.