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Del Rio tabs Musgrave as Raiders offensive coordinator Jack Del Rio picked the same offensive coordinator to start his tenure in Oakland as he did more than a decade ago in Jacksonville. Musgrave said Tuesday he harbors no hard feelings toward Del Rio over his dismissal 10 years ago and said he looks forward to working with Del Rio again with the Oakland Raiders. ''Jack and I are always pulling in the same direction,'' Musgrave said. ''We had some ...
2015 Fantasy Football Outlook for Oakland Raiders Stars Many owners will enter the 2015 fantasy football season not realizing the Oakland Raiders even have stars. Oh, theyâ€™re there, you just might need a stronger telescope to see through the black hole. Derek Carr and Latavius Murray led the young offense, while James Jones provided the veteran stability. The trio was long on promise but short on results, landing the Raiders offense in the bottom two ...
Oakland Raiders DC Search: Latest Rumors and Speculation on Vacant Position It seems the Oakland Raiders are rebuilding every few years. The 2015 NFL season will be no exception, as new head coach Jack Del Rio will be tasked with turning the organization around.Â Â Â One of the most important hires in that process will be finding an excellent defensive coordinator. And it appears Del Rio might be honing in on a familiar face to undertake the role, per Ian Rapoport of NFL ...
Raiders hire Eagles QB coach Bill Musgrave as offensive coordinator The Oakland Raiders have hired Philadelphia Eagles quarterbacks coach Bill Musgrave as their offensive coordinator.
Oakland Raiders hire Del Rio as head coach Jack Del Rio is an NFL head coach again.
Raiders hire Bill Musgrave as offensive coordinator The Oakland Raiders have hired Philadelphia Eagles quarterbacks coach Bill Musgrave as their new offensive coordinator.
Report: Eric Mangini on Raiders' radar again New Oakland Raiders coach Jack Del Rio is considering Marc Trestman and Bill Musgrave for the offensive coordinator job, and the NFL Network has reported that Del Rio is also talking to former NFL head coach Eric Mangini about running the defense. Mangini interviewed with Oakland this month for the job Del Rio eventually landed. Mangini was the 49ersâ€™ tight ends coach in 20014, but his history ...
Raiders name Musgrave offensive coordinator The Oakland Raiders named Bill Musgrave as their new offensive coordinator on Monday.
Pryor among Chiefs' reserve/future signings Onetime Oakland Raiders starting quarterback Terrelle Pryor was among 19 players the Kansas City Chiefs announced Tuesday have signed reserve/future contracts with the team.
Raiders, Aâ€™s Asked To Compete For Best Plan To Redevelop Oakland Coliseum In a political shift that signals change at Oakland City Hall, the mayor and Alameda County appear to be on the same page to allow both the A's and the Raiders to submit competing proposals for the Coliseum site.
In his first season with the Raiders, he helped take them to the AFL championship and was named the league's player of the year. Lamonica that season completed 220 of 425 passes for 3,228 yards and 30 touchdowns.
Although he completed only 10 of 24 passes in Oakland's 40-7 championship victory over the Houston Oilers, two went for touchdowns. Oakland then lost Super Bowl II to the Green Bay Packers 33-14.
Lamonica was named player of the year again in 1969 with very similar numbers: He completed 221 of 426 attempts for 3,302 yards and 32 touchdowns. However, the Raiders lost the AFL championship game 17-7 to the Kansas City Chiefs.
The AFL merged into the NFL in 1970 and Lamonica remained with the Raiders until his retirement after the 1974 season. For his career, he threw 1,288 completions in 2,601 attempts for 19,154 yards and 164 touchdowns. Lamonica also scored 14 rushing touchdowns.
He recently hosted an outdoor fishing show for Fox.