Is JaMarcus Russell a Victim of the Media Bias Against the Oakland Raiders?

April 29, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Oakland Raider organization knows it, the players know it, and even the fans know it: The media and the Raiders do not have the best relationship in the world.
Long-time Raiders principal owner Al Davis has a very, very small circle of trust, and does not let the media access anyone within that circle.
Davis has his team on lockdown when it comes to letting reports leak out about the Raiders, yet the media still tries to get in, and "reports" news from sources. A lot of the time those reports are so far off, you wonder how these guys can even call themselves reporters.
The media has a huge impact on how the public perceives people. A perfect example is politics. The most recent presidential election between President Obama and Senator John McCain was almost covered as much as a receiver lining up against Nnamdi Asomugha.
If you watched Fox News, McCain was portrayed as conservative man with moral values, who would protect our country from all evils, while Obama ...

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