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When asked Tuesday about bringing Marshawn Lynch back next year, Jon Gruden sounded open to the idea. No one knows what the 31 year-old Lynch plans to do after the season, but at least one Raiders source doesn’t think Lynch will want to…Continue Reading

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Much has been made about Reggie McKenzie’s role now that Jon Gruden and his $100 million contract are in the building. Owner Mark Davis said his head coach and general manager will work together, but stopped short of saying who has…Continue Reading

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Rich Gannon said he has not yet discussed a potential reunion with Jon Gruden, but a number of reports have indicated Gruden would like to bring Gannon to Oakland as his quarterbacks coach. Gruden addressed the Gannon rumors on Tuesday saying…Continue Reading

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A lot went well for Jack Del Rio in his first two seasons with the Raiders. The truth is, Del Rio did a lot to change the culture in Oakland and he was better than anything the Raiders had experienced…Continue Reading

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Because of legal matters and a mysterious injury, Gareon Conley’s rookie season was one to forget. There were also questions about Conley’s dedication and attitude toward the end of the season but as talent goes, a source said Conley was…Continue Reading

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Right after Jon Gruden, there’s no one in Oakland more popular than former Raiders offensive coordinator Bill Musgrave. On Sunday, the legend of Musgrave grew a little more. Not only did Musgrave preside over two of the best offenses Raider…Continue Reading

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Is Derek Carr “too sensitive” to handle a coach like Jon Gruden? It’s a question – or topic – that’s been discussed and happened to find its way into one of last week’s columns at The Athletic… “There have been…Continue Reading

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Jon Gruden’s $100 million decision was the easy one. Soon will come the more difficult decisions – like who to keep among the coaches and players. Most (not quite all) of the coaching staff is about to punch a ticket…Continue Reading

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The Raiders desperately need to improve in their secondary next year. Veteran safety Reggie Nelson isn’t expected to be back and Obi Melifonwu spent much of his rookie season on the injury report. It’s hard to know what the Raiders have…Continue Reading

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The Raiders may be keeping Reggie McKenzie but his role as general manager will soon be in name only. ESPN’s Jim Trotter reported on Friday that McKenzie’s role won’t be reduced and the Raiders GM even declined an interview request…Continue Reading