Can Al Davis Do the Improbable, Add Donovan McNabb and Terrell Owens to Raiders?

March 26, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Lately, many Raiders fans have had a lot to say about the Raiders' seven-year playoff drought.
At one time, when players were cast aside by one team and given a second chance in Oakland, it was the highest honor that a player could have.
Players usually responded by playing with a renewed vigor and took playing for Al Davis seriously.
If any teammate was to try to act contrary to the Raider way, other players quickly met them with an attitude adjustment.
But that was then. Since free agency became the standard in the NFL, we have seen new labels for players. Terms like prima donna, journeyman, cancer, and even diva have been applied to high-profile athletes.
Since the Raiders' Super Bowl XXXVII disaster, it doesn't seem like the Raiders can do anything right. At the core of the blame game have been bad personnel moves: players like Randy Moss, Warren Sapp, Aaron Brooks, JaMarcus Russell, Darren McFadden, and Darrius Heyward-Bey.
These players, coupled with...

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