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Oakland Raiders say owner met with San Antonio officials The Oakland Raiders have confirmed that owner Mark Davis recently met with city officials in San Antonio, but the team is mum on what was discussed.

Raiders WR Streater bounces back from concussion Oakland Raiders wide receiver Rod Streater made a quick recovery from the concussion he suffered early in training camp and is expected to be cleared for full contact for Thursday's practice. Streater didn't participate in any team work Wednesday and was limited to light duty wearing shorts and shoulder pads while the rest of the team worked out in full gear. Many players need a full week to ...

Oakland Raiders Should Not Move To San Antonio Could the Oakland Raiders become the San Antonio Raiders? The San Antonio Express News reported yesterday the team is considering such a .

Oakland Raiders Confirm Talks with San Antonio Officials The Oakland Raiders have been in discussions with San Antonio officials on possibly moving the team to Texas. Josh Baugh and Tom Osborn of The San Antonio Express-News reports Raiders owner Mark...

Oakland Raiders owner says he has talked with San Antonio Mark Davis confirmed he has met with San Antonio officials but declined to disclose whether he has any interest in relocating the franchise to Texas.

Oakland Raiders owner talks to San Antonio about move Perhaps there's room for a cowboy hat on the vintage Raiders logo. Oakland Raiders owner Mark Davis, upset with the stadium situation, met with San Antonio officials about possibly relocating his team, the San Antonio Express-News reported.

Hall of Fame profile: Oakland Raiders punter Ray Guy The Pro Football Hall of Fame’s Class of 2014 gets inducted on Saturday. Shutdown Corner will profile the seven new Hall of Famers this week, looking at each of their careers and their impact on the game.

Oakland Raiders owner in talks with SA to relocate NFL team SAN ANTONIO â Oakland Raiders owner Mark Davis and two top lieutenants met recently with several San Antonio officials to discuss the potential of moving his NFL team from the Bay Area to the Alamo City, sources familiar with the matter have confirmed. ...

Oakland mayor says she is not concerned about Raiders look at San Antonio Oakland Mayor Jean Quan said Wednesday that she's not concerned about reports that Oakland Raiders owner Mark Davis recently met with San Antonio officials to discuss the possibility of moving the football team there.

Jerry Jones not too worried about Raiders’ San Antonio flirtation OAKLAND, Calif. — Oakland Raiders owner Mark Davis confirmed he has met with San Antonio officials but declined to disclose whether he has any interest in relocating the franchise to...

Daryle Lamonica
 Daryle Lamonica

Known as the "Mad Bomber" because his long passes stretched opposing defenses to the limit, Lamonica joined the AFL's Buffalo Bills out of Notre Dame University in 1963. The 6-foot-2, 215-pound quarterback became one of the league's top stars after being traded to the Oakland Raiders in 1967.
Daryle Lamonica

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.


 

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