- RAIDER RULE NO. 2: See Raider Rule No. 1.
- Through 11 games, the Raiders lead the league in penalties (105) and penalty yardage (867), which is a relatively new development for second-year Raiders coach Jack Del Rio as his Jacksonville teams were some of the least penalized in the league at the time.
- Raiders shake off penalties, climb to No. 2 in power rankings
- You can hear former Raiders linebacker Matt Millen cackling as he recalls the signs, real or fictional, adorning Oakland’s locker room, the ones that read: RAIDER RULE NO. 1: Cheating is encouraged.
- Then again, the Raiders did set an NFL record with 23 penalties for a franchise-record 200 yards in an overtime road victory Oct 30 against Tampa Bay.
Following their win against Carolina, the Raiders reached No. 2 in ESPN’s Power Rankings for the first time since the final 2002 regular-season poll.
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- Vikings give up a first-rounder and more for Sam Bradford (251)
- harrietknutczak says: Sep 3, 2016 11:30 AM
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Sam Bradford wanted out. Then he didn’t. Now he’s out, and he’s happy about it. Per a source with knowledge of the situation, Bradford is “thrilled” by the move that abruptly sends him from Philadelphia to Minnesota only eight days before Week One.
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- elmerbrownelmerbrown says: Aug 21, 2016 6:34 PM
- richiethegreek says: Aug 21, 2016 6:56 PM About time.
- greymares says: Aug 21, 2016 6:49 PM
- Per a league source, the Eagles have signed Tulloch to a one-year deal.
- Signed a 2 down linebacker who will take reps from young guys and doesn’t play special teams, on a team in the middle of a post-apocalyptic rebuild.
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@SNFonNBC: “The @Eagles have signed @stephentulloch, reuniting him with his old coach.”
Eagles defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz wanted to reunite with linebacker Stephen Tulloch. Schwartz is getting what he wanted. Per a league source, the Eagles have signed Tulloch to a one-year deal. It’s worth up to $3 million, with $1.75 million of it fully guaranteed.
Eagles finally sign Stephen Tulloch