Report: McNabb doesn't want to play for the Raiders

As the Donovan McNabb derby quietly continues to churn, the folks at TMZ report that McNabb doesn’t want to play for the Raiders.

Um.  Who does?

Per the report, a source close to McNabb says he would “refuse the trade.”

Um.  He can’t.

Just ask Richard Seymour.  Does anyone really think that his decision to wait six days to show up after being shipped to Oakland had anything to do with anything other than Seymour not wanting to play for the Raiders — and ultimately realizing he had no other options?  Sure, Seymour eventually said all the right things, but we tend to give equal (if not more) weight to actions.

McNabb has no choice, either.  He can try to make the Raiders not want him.  He can try to lobby the Eagles to keep him.  In the end, however, McNabb has two possible paths — play for the team that holds his rights for 2010 and get paid, or don’t play and not get paid.

So what would happen after 2010?  This gets back to the point we made over the weekend.  The franchise tag may not be available in 2011, given the precise (and somewhat vague) language of the labor agreement.  If it’s available, the Raiders would have to choose between Seymour and McNabb.

Then there’s the reality that the Eagles may be inclined to take a little less from the Raiders then they’d take from a “contending” team, since the worst-case scenario for the Eagles would be to see McNabb go to a franchise that has a chance to win a Super Bowl, and then to see McNabb accomplish that which he couldn’t do in 11 years in Philly.

Bottom line?  McNabb has no real say in this matter.  Sure, he can try to scare the Raiders away.  But despite their on-field struggles over the past several years, the Raiders are smart enough to know that McNabb, if push comes to shove, will show up and play.

78 responses to “Report: McNabb doesn't want to play for the Raiders

  1. Yes he’ll show up to play but for what, one year? Then take his FA status on the road to whomever he likes. The Raiders would be morons to spend the high pick on him for a one year stint.
    Then again it’s Al Davis so somehow this makes sense.

  2. Getting sent to the Raiders is like Snake Plisskin trying to rescue the President in “Escape From New York.”
    You got a crumbling stadium, an owner Lost in the Seventies…..all that’s missing is ernest Borgnine as the cab driver. Maybe he can pick up Donovan at the airport.
    Someday the 49ers and the Raiders, ala the Jets and the Giants, will share a gleaming new stadium over the dumps they’re in now……and they’ll be part of the Super Bowl rotation. (Looks like San Fran might finally get a new arena to bring back the Warriors so things are moving in the right direction.)
    Unitl then, Oakland is Alcatraz.

  3. there goes the ridiculous notion that he would play there one year before going to the queens

  4. Cut him. Time to move on. His babyish ways will never stop. Just move on. He’s impossible to deal with, and will screw us anyway by walking at the end of next season.
    And the Eagles front office should be of the same mind. After all, they’ve made no move to extend him.
    Eagles management was clearly not to be trusted in moving Vick or McNabb, they’re a bunch of fantasy football players dealing in the world of professional football people. Utterly unprepared to pull of a deal like this.
    The Gold Standard.

  5. No “contending” team wants McNabb. We know this.
    The most surprising thing to come from all of this is how little McNabb is valued by GM’s across the league (what can we get, a 3rd?) and the Eagles (who have no interest in extending him and have moved on to Kolb).
    Do what is right for Donovan and the team – cut him and move on.

  6. It would only be news if he DID want to play for that team. Every player on every other team has no interest in playing for the Raiders.
    In fact, nobody on the Raiders wants to play for the Raiders. I mean, 29 wins since the close of the 2002/Tuck-Rule seasons. Six years–29 wins?
    Just lose, baby.

  7. Florio turns to his favorite “source” for news, again(TMZ).
    But, who would want to play for the Raiders? They are as dirty as the city of Oakland.

  8. Who wants to play for that garbage ? Of course tons of players do otherwise Oakland wouldnt have a roster !
    Money talks, look at the Lions/Bengals from years past, a player leaves a Superbowl team to go to a cellar dweller.
    McNabb will go if the moneys right and he realises he’ll be a backup in Philly.
    Its all about the money at the end of the day, players will go anywhere (Look at Neil O’Donnell who left a SB team to go to the 3-13 Jets)

  9. Thats a great idea….Make the guy play even if he can’t stand being there. No employee, NFL star or not is going to be productive working a job that they hate. They may show up everyday to punch in, but it doesn’t mean they are showing up to “work.” Mend hurt feelings and keep him in Philly. At this point in time, #5 gives Andy the best chance to win.

  10. This is ground-breaking news. I don’t think Pac Man Jones would want to play for them.

  11. The Raiders are smart enough? They have what, three (3) winning seasons out of the last fourteen (14)?
    Rich Gannon, Tim Brown and Charlie Garner (?) ain’t walking through that door any time soon.
    JaMarcus, Darrius and Darren are the here and now and the future of the Raiders…okay, they are the laughingstocks of the league, but Chiefs, Broncos and Chargers fans seem to really enjoy them.

  12. I’d be a little bummed to see such a good player go to Oakland. I feel like that’s where he’d be sent to watch his career die on him. If Favre isn’t coming back, now would be the opportune time to let his franchise know so they can go get McNabb.

  13. If the eagles trade McNabb to a team he doesn’t want to play for after being the company man all those years is a shame.
    Now, I expect the trade to happen since Philly is such a trash organization, they couldn’t give to shits about McNabb.
    I just can’t wait for player to stop going there, after seeing the way the teams treats all its players.

  14. Nice story Florio, only thing, once again you go throwing in a bunch of B.S. Richard Seymour “himself” has said that when informed of the trade, yeah it caught him offguard, but he needed to straighten some family things out before he came to Oakland (ie. he has kids, and as far as I know, most schools start in September/late August). He “himself” also said that he had no problem coming to Oakland, and even starting in Week 1. He “himself” also said that he hopes to get a long term deal done ASAP, and that putting on the Silver & Black felt good. So, on that note, I’ll take Richard Seymour’s word about his situation over yours or anyone elses anyday. But then again, if its not a Rumor its not newsworthy HEY. Quit the hatin Florio, really. Better yet, call Richard Seymour himself and do an interview (GASP!!!) it can be done.

  15. Well he could refuse to report to the Raiders in which case McNabbs rights reverts back to the Eagles and any compensation for said rights reverts back to the Raiders. And then, unless the Eagles want to carry his cap number they have to trade him somewhere else or release him..

  16. His salary is $12,000,000… maybe he should shut up and play. McNabb has always been a whiny bee-och.

  17. Chadgoy,
    Do you really believe the nonsense you wrote? It was well documented that Seymour was BULLSHIT when he found out he got traded to Oakland.
    To coin a Who song, the Raiders are footballs wasteland!
    With that said, I think the Raiders should start Jamarcus this season. and play him all 16 games.
    Signed,
    Raiders 2011 1 st round draft pick

  18. If McNabb gets traded to the Raiders and refuses to report then the Raiders will hold his rights. He would have to play that final year of his contract for the Raiders when he does show up;whether now or 5 yrs from now.
    Seymour is neg. a long term deal in Oakland. So much for not wanting to play there.
    Its nice to see all the hate for the Raiders. You will hate us even more when we are back to stomping your azzzzzzz!

  19. No one WANTS to play for the raiders, even the players that are on that team don’t even want to play for them. McNabb just tell andy that he is not going to win it with kolb as long as he is head coach. Kolb will be good, YES, but never will he be as good as McNabb is now or what McNabb was for the past 11 yrs. Not saying he won’t win games because this team is loaded with skilled players. I think any average QB should win at least 9 or more a season with this offense. With that said our main goal this season is not to find a starting QB, but fix this O-line and get some hard hitters on deffense. Who agrees?

  20. Once a short breathed, vommiting loser, always a short breathed, vommiting loser……just like T.O. said…….i don’t remember seeing Joe Montanna throwin-up in the huddle….neither did Doug Williams nor did Terry Bradshaw….and oh yea, neither did Drew Brees…….ha ha ha….Drew took his team to and won the Super Bowl in his fourth season in New Orleans……McNabb has had 11…….no ring yet……netheir does Phillip Rivers……he’s a loser too……Eli got his and Drew got his……the Chargers and McNabb are, LOSERS!!….ha ha….ain’t life great…..as long as you are NOT an Eagles or a Chargers fan……..ha ha….

  21. Can’t blame the dude if it’s true. However, if something goes-down and all he ever says is “I’m happy to be a Raider” “want to continue to be a part of helping this team win games.” “Would like to re-sign and stay with the Raiders.” you know, things like that, it will be ignored by the Great Mind-Reading Florio here at rumor mill central.
    He does not care, cause I keep clicking the links. I get it.

  22. “Then there’s the reality that the Eagles may be inclined to take a little less from the Raiders then they’d take from a “contending” team, since the worst-case scenario for the Eagles would be to see McNabb go to a franchise that has a chance to win a Super Bowl, and then to see McNabb accomplish that which he couldn’t do in 11 years in Philly.”
    ______________________________
    So the Eagles would want McNabb to fail with his new team? Is that what you’re suggesting? Because that’s just stupid. The Eagles might be reluctant to trade him to an NFC contender, so they don’t strengthen a closer competitor, but it’s just ridiculous to think the Eagles would be rooting for him not to succeed.

  23. Someone in a previous comment, referred to Oakland as Alcatraz…..This gives me an idea. LOL
    Send all the Turds to Oakland, filter out any talent they MIGHT have and get them on the next thing smoking out of there…and make Oakland the NFL’s Maximum Security lock up….You can’t get out..until you get right. Step right up..
    Big Ben
    SanTOnio
    PacMan
    Joey Porter
    Ronnie Brown
    The list goes on and on…but think of it, the rehab success rate would be outstanding….

  24. @chadgoy
    There was a lot of talk about Seymour not being happy about being traded to the Raiders. I also recall him making some negative comments arround week 11 last season about the culture in Oakland.
    Now, you say he is making comments about getting a long term deal in Oakland. Of course he is, they slapped the exclusive rights franchise tag on him so he either plays under the one year tender, doesn’t play at all or gets a long term deal from the Raiders. Given his age and the fact that he can’t even negotiate with other teams, of course he is going to say he wants a long term deal from the Raiders, that is his only chance at one last big contract.

  25. It seems to me that Florio just seems to keep throwing the Raiders into every conversation just to get his site hits up..You know now that he’s a company man he doesn’t want to risk low traffic on this site otherwise NBC might do to him what they did to Conan

  26. If Don was on the Raiders they could win 8-9 games, there’s no doubt.
    People like to poke fun at them, but they beat the EAGLES last year. I bet they end up in 2nd place in that division if McNabb heads out there. I know, thats like coming second place in a race between 5 year olds but still….second place none the less.

  27. Hard-hitters on defense? How about guys that can play?
    If Kolb can win at least 9 with this crap defense, get him under center ASAP.
    McNabb hasn’t beaten a winning team in over a year, and hasn’t defeated a playoff team since the NYG game where he acted like a clown and picked up the sideline phone.

  28. DGNR8 says:
    March 31, 2010 7:15 AM
    You left out the best option, Florio. He could pull a Favre and “retire”.
    __________________________________
    That’s a really good point. Oakland runs the risk of trading a player and a high pick for McNabb, and then he suddenly pulls a Jake Plummer and retires, so they lose the picks and get nothing in return.
    And then, of course, since Favre is the classiest player in the league, McNabb would then petition the league to reinstate him and then sign with the Vikings once #4 retires at the end of this coming season.

  29. Is it possible that that McNabb has a no-trade clause?
    Why is the national media and some others talking about how McNabb has been a stand up guy, true team players, etc.
    I recall a guy who whined his way into a raise last year, without getting extra years added to his deal. No, this is not the “poster boy” for a quarterback. I don’t see any that are. If they are good, they want to be paid like anyone else. “Puker” McNabb couldn’t net the Eagles a 1st round pick because he couldn’t win the big one, five tries at NFC Championship, one win thanks to 4th and 26 Packer choke. 1 try at a Super Bowl and failure, with him actually choking/puking.
    Good player, not a top guy. Whiny. Perfect for the Raiders.

  30. McNabb was not prevented from winning a Superbowl title in Philly. Everyone seems to think that having McNabb in the same division would suddenly make him a threat. How could a QB with declining skills and athleticism be a threat to anyone other than the team he is playing for. He never won the big one in Philly, so how after all this time would he suddenly acquire such skills in Washington, Oakland, SF or anywhere else? Better coaching, game planning, and offensive scheme better suited to his skills. Maybe.

  31. McNabb plays really well against weaker defenses and generally much poorer against good defenses.
    Also he is streaky.
    If anybody thinks a streaky QB can win several games against good defenses (like you see in the playoffs) then let him try.
    10 years, and he hasn’t won more than 2 games in any playoff.
    My money is no matter where he goes, he can’t do it.

  32. After watching McNabb for years. I have a number of observations about him and the Eagles front office.
    1. Square peg ,round hole-Mcnabb is a top ten quarterback but not for the so called west coast offiense. He a better down field thrower and has never thrown the slant well so a 4 yard pass is, well, a 4 yard pass, which is never good on 3rd and 7.
    2. He has come up small in big games and people always say he has no weapons but its the same weapons that got them to 12-4 or 11-5 every year. Montana won with Dwight Clark and Bill Ring the first time not Jerry Rice. Brady won with three receivers who looked great for the Pats but never looked good playing for other teams. Yes, it is easiler to win with superstars but how do you get to 11-5 and then say you have no weapons!
    3.Reid has never helped Mcnabb by trying to run the ball enough, 70 % pass percentage isn’t going to keep anyone guessing.
    4. It makes you wonder how Denver can get 2 #1 picks for Cutler (I know hes younger) and the Eagles can’t get 1. What does that say about McNabb. Im sure if Brady, Manning, Rothlisberger, etc were available they could fetch a number one pick. Has the front office screwed this up or does the league not think much of McNabb? With the like of the Raiders, 49ers, Bills, Bucs etc. that have had poor QB play for years, Mcnabb isn’t worth a #1.
    Lastly, McNabb say he doesn’t want to play for the Raiders, well those same Raiders beat the Eagles the last time they played because of the offense scoring only 9 points.

  33. @ salmen76: And you don’t remember seeing McNabb throw up in the huddle either!
    I’ll check, but did PFT post the story about the made up b.s. regarding McNabb throwing up?
    Completely bogus story that ignorant lemmings keep following over the cliff. Grow some nads and think for yourselves.
    All these supposed “rumors” are the same one’s that have been going around for the past 2 weeks. Just different “sources” quoting each other to meet their article quota. Then the other source lemmings quote the folks that quoted them….pitiful excuse for research and original stories.
    Florio: TMZ?!? Really?!? You have to be laughing, right now, in your boy lair! But, at least, you gave me a laugh this morning…

  34. Smiley – either play the “Brett Favre with the Packers” game or move on.
    You are getting nothing for Donovan. Teams are playing chicken with us and they know that the roster bonus is due, so every second the Birds become more desperate.
    The team has made a decision to move on. The competition knows this. It is the Vick trade saga all over again.
    You are getting – tops – a #3 in 2011. Nothing in 2010.
    Do you want to spend the offseason trying to chisel slightly more bad compensation from teams…or do you want to execute the plan that Lurie, Banner, and Reid have set in motion – the starting of Kevin Kolb in 2010?
    Kolb starts in 2010, EVERYTHING the Birds have done since the end of last season tells you this. What are you missing?

  35. # tombrookshire says: March 31, 2010 8:36 AM
    McNabb was not prevented from winning a Superbowl title in Philly. Everyone seems to think that having McNabb in the same division would suddenly make him a threat. How could a QB with declining skills and athleticism be a threat to anyone other than the team he is playing for. He never won the big one in Philly, so how after all this time would he suddenly acquire such skills in Washington, Oakland, SF or anywhere else? Better coaching, game planning, and offensive scheme better suited to his skills. Maybe.
    ————————————————————–
    McNabb still plays at a high level. Maybe playing for a team that has play calling balance instead of one that mixes in a draw play between every 80 or so passing plays would help him. Any qb loses some effectiveness when the defense doesn’t believe your run fakes.

  36. If McNabb goes to Washington it will take him at least 2 seasons to learn the new offense. After all, he still cannot call his own plays or audible after 11 years in Reid’s.
    That’s how he’s been trained – Reid has over-managed him. He’s smart enough to do it, but has lived in a culture where he has no control over the on-field play selection. I find it hard to believe he can change that approach on a dime. He’s become a ‘system’ guy.
    I don’t fear McNabb playing in the same division. It would not be my first choice, but who cares – the future doesn’t include him.

  37. If McNabb has the brains he was born with, he would go to Oakland and play his ass off. He wants one more big contract and he ain’t getting it if he sits out next season, or plays half-heartedly and has a crap year.
    If he goes to Oakland and plays great, there will be jobs for possible contenders available after next season (Arizona? Maybe Chicago if Cutler tanks again? Denver?) and it’s not out of the realm of possibility that McNabb could snag a Kurt Warner type deal (2 years, 20 million) to go to a team like that.

  38. This site is comedy to me. “No one wants to play for the Raiders”……really? You people are really a bunch of jack asses if you actually believe that, or any garbage Florio and his goons post about the Raiders on here.
    PFT is 0-for the century this year on Raiders News(Rumors). Think about all the BS that Florio’s Best Bud Adam Schefter has thrown out there about the Raiders that Florio has ran with…..from Tom Cable being fired, Asomghua to the Jets, now this Mcnabb BS. Both teams have stated that they are not the front-runner like these fools keep saying they are. But this is all just a “smoke screen” right Florio??
    And for all you idiots out there that keep hating on the Raiders, saying how terrible we are look……we were a QB away from putting up an above .500 record last year. We beat some of the best teams in the NFL(even though according to you idiots, were the worst in the league), so what does it say about those teams? I get it…….we are the team of the Decades, we crushed your teams for years and now that we’ve had a bad stint you can all jump on the bandwagon and kick us when were down. I get it and it’s cool. Just know we WILL be back on top, and the way things are looking it’s gonna be sooner than later. So keep hating while you can!!

  39. i guess most of you do not realize that there are only 32 teams in the nfl. there are guys that would give anything to play at this level. even if it meant playing for the raiders. no one want to be there? really?! is that why arguably the best cb in the game re-signed for them?
    i can say this IF he is traded he will immediately be loved and appreciated in oakland and by the oakland fans. something that has NEVER happened in philly. even after the division titles conference championship games and super bowl appearances. that is a shame.

  40. Tomthebombtracy says:
    Getting sent to the Raiders is like Snake Plisskin trying to rescue the President in “Escape From New York.”
    You got a crumbling stadium, an owner Lost in the Seventies…..all that’s missing is ernest Borgnine as the cab driver. Maybe he can pick up Donovan at the airport.
    Best reader comment ive ever seen on here….just awesome.

  41. What few people remember is that when Joe Montana got traded to Kansas City that the 49ers had a better offer from the Cardinals (a first round pick). He did not want to go to the Cardinals’ losing atmosphere. The 49ers traded him where he was willing to go for less value, because of all he had done for the team. Their was no trade clause or anything, just respect.
    So for anyone to say, they can’t take less. They are dead wrong. It has happened in this league before.

  42. It’s funny, the thing that everybody seems to forget/ignore, is that when the Raiders come out and deny rumors, they end up being true. So far, they have said nothing publicly about McNabb. I question whether they are even interested. I also don’t think they have the money to pay McNabb.
    That said, it’s sad day when a so-called football site and football fans are getting their news or article material from TMZ. How low can you go Florio?
    I also love it when some of the knuckleheads on here think they know how an athlete thinks or feels. “Yeah, I know he said one thing, but I know he really thinks something else…”. Please, tell me more about how Richard Seymour really feels.

  43. Tcostant says:
    March 31, 2010 9:19 AM
    What few people remember is that when Joe Montana got traded to Kansas City that the 49ers had a better offer from the Cardinals (a first round pick). He did not want to go to the Cardinals’ losing atmosphere. The 49ers traded him where he was willing to go for less value, because of all he had done for the team. Their was no trade clause or anything, just respect.
    So for anyone to say, they can’t take less. They are dead wrong. It has happened in this league before.
    ————————————————-
    Could it be that they took less to keep him out of their division? I’m just saying.

  44. who would want to play with the Raiders? I love the eagles but unless asmougha is part of a deal which is highly unlikely due to his high salary they owe it to McNabb to at least put him on any other team besides the Raiders

  45. “russell has more upside than McNabb (choker) anyway”
    I hope that was a joke. Russell could use a McNabb if just for one year to teach him how to quarterback. McNabb may choke in the playoffs, but unlike Russell, he’s been there, done that. Russell never smelled a playoff game.

  46. jb10 says:
    March 31, 2010 9:14 AM
    “i can say this IF he is traded he will immediately be loved and appreciated in oakland and by the oakland fans. something that has NEVER happened in philly.”
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    I understand why you’d say that, but it’s not true. There are plenty of Eagles fans who do appreciate McNabb and will be sad to see him go.

  47. A bucket of reality hits Florio’s ‘Quest for Clicks’ McNabbathon in the face.
    Richard Seymour is not Donovan McNabb. Let the comparison go.
    If McNabb says he does not want to play for you…that doesnt mean he wont participate next year…it means he is not going to sign a contract extension after the one year expires. Meaning anyone willing to trade a high pick for him is going to walk away empty handed after he signs with someone else after a single season.
    NOBODY trades early picks away for a single season of play from ANY player.
    Somehow tho…I suspect that Florio will continue to ride the Raiders, Rams or Bills BS.
    If McNabb goes anywhere, it will be because he agreed ahead of time to extend his contract with the team involved…and he is not going to do that for a losing squad.
    …yawn.

  48. ALL you media bitches are getting it again from AL DAVIS….you guys never learn.
    AL DAVIS loves for the Raiders to be in the news 365 days out of the year……what other team gets as much media attention as the Raiders? and we dont even have a winning record..LOL.
    MEDIA TYPES ARE AL”S BITCHES

  49. you give Mcnabb the Raiders running game and our new OC(which is his cousin)then he will be sucessful….the thing philly they like to throw 75% of the time…the dont know how to run the ball…Mcnabb on a play action pass 80 yards to Murphy…

  50. I don’t think I could possibly be happier for McNabb.
    He’s always been overrated and it shows since no good team is trying to get him. If everyone really thought he was a hall of famer he’d have more suiters than the raiders

  51. “I’ll check, but did PFT post the story about the made up b.s. regarding McNabb throwing up?”
    Oh right, he didn’t puke on the field, he just puked in his mouth and couldn’t call the play in the huddle because of it. What’s the big deal? Everybody pukes sometime. McNabb says he wasn’t sick and that he didn’t throw up, but he also says that Freddie Mitchell didn’t help call the play and that’s contradicted by teammates. Who to believe? It sure wouldn’t be the first time or the last time McNabb lost his lunch on the field. But then again if he choked it down, he technically didn’t lose his lunch, right?
    Bottom line is he’s gone, and it’s the Cowboys that ended his 0-3gles career.

  52. Funny thing is, McNabb’s cousin is Hue Jackson. He doest seem to have a problem being a Raider.

  53. Philly’s really never embraced McNabb like they did Jaws and that’s a shame. For most of his career, he didn’t have the kind of receivers that Jaws did and yet, he owns all the records and even without them, I would consider McNabb the better QB (I don’t think that it helps that Jaws has the bully pulpit and he’s not afraid to use it. I got a good laugh this year when he tried to do it again and Gruden and the rest of the MNF staff arranged a comeuppance that shut him up). I think it’s ironic that this is the first year that he has two quality recivers and they want to send him away and give the keys to the car to a guy who they “think” is ready to take over.

  54. The Raiders have potential. They have good young RBs, a half-decent defense. Get him one or two WRs and the Raiders might not suck.

  55. # dunkingonuts says: March 31, 2010 8:27 AM
    It seems to me that Florio just seems to keep throwing the Raiders into every conversation just to get his site hits up..You know now that he’s a company man he doesn’t want to risk low traffic on this site otherwise NBC might do to him what they did to Conan
    ______________________________________
    Of course, he may rip on the Raiders a lot but it gives him traffic to his site. Every Raiders article routinely has 60+ comments and most are of the “LOLOLOLOLOL RAIDERS!!!11!!!11!!!@!!” variety.

  56. Junior says:
    March 31, 2010 9:29 AM
    Could it be that they took less to keep him out of their division? I’m just saying.
    …………………………………………………………
    just letting you know that in 1993 the Cardinals were in the NFC East

  57. Nothing like basing a story on an unnamed sourced claiming to be close to McNabb. Wow, what great reporting.
    Then you just have to love the idiots who claim “nobody wants to play for the Raiders”. I guess these morons know every single unnamed source that hangs around every single player in the the NFL. You should give them all a job Florio.

  58. ampats: Well documented by who? By Florio and Adam Schefter? HAHAHA!!! There was no credibility to any stories about Seymour not wanting to come to the Raiders. Just people speculating about what was going on.
    broncobourque: Same thing. Only thing I have to add is the Donkeys blew 2 early season leads the last 2 years to miss the playoffs, and your coach is still living in the shadow of Bill Belicheck. HAHAHA!!! You lost Cutler, now u just have to get rid of Brandon Marshall and your teams all set LMAO! Good luck next year against the Raiders, you’ll need it.

  59. Funny all you eagle fans ripping the raiders, Refresh my memory how many superbowls have the eagles won?? Oh thats right NONE !! Mr Davis has forgot more football then most of you will ever know.

  60. Raider B says:
    March 31, 2010 10:35 AM
    Funny thing is, McNabb’s cousin is Hue Jackson. He doest seem to have a problem being a Raider.
    —————————
    Can he take a punch?

  61. encinitasraider says:
    March 31, 2010 10:13 AM
    ALL you media bitches are getting it again from AL DAVIS….you guys never learn.
    AL DAVIS loves for the Raiders to be in the news 365 days out of the year……what other team gets as much media attention as the Raiders? and we dont even have a winning record..LOL.
    MEDIA TYPES ARE AL”S BITCHES
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    So you’re saying Al routinely makes stupid personnel decisions solely for the purpose of keeping his team in the headlines? And you’re BRAGGING ABOUT THAT?
    http://i158.photobucket.com/albums/t111/jimicos/Football/crazy_al.jpg

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