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Raiders Giving Up? Raider Depression Looms…

November 9th, 2008 Leave a comment Go to comments

After Al Davis cut DeAngelo Hall this week, any suspicions that Al Davis has lost it vanished. The Raiders need a real general manager that can get the Raiders back on track. 

Anyway, as we take a step backwards in the rebuilding process, Adam Schefter over at the NFL Network reports many Raiders deciding to jump ship. Although he didn’t name who, a prominent player on the Raider team went as far as to considered quitting and taking a leave of absence. Off-season acquisition Javon Walker previously offered to return his bonus money over the summer to leave Oakland and Gibril Wilson now looks for an opportunity to leave town as well.

Furthermore as the Raiders plan on slapping the franchise tab on all-pro and THE best corner in the league, Nnamdi Asomugha, if things don’t change, the heart of the Raider secondary may flee as well. Something better change by the end of the season or the Raiders will fall from the recent 5-year Raider Recession to a decade long Raider Depression from returning to any form of greatness.

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