The Oakland Raiders decided to send their scouts home and that’s fine. Continue reading Raiders Sending Home the Scouts
Tennyson High School, Hayward, CA, varsity football, and basketball coach Anthony (AJ) Jackson is a resource for his Bay Area communities and all young people in need of help.
Coach Jackson works primarily in the East Bay community as a Dropout Prevention Coordinator at Cal-State East Bay located in the Hayward Hills but that’s just his day job. Jackson is the CEO of www.FamF1rst.com Athlete Services.
Jackson, a self-described resource for the Fam 1st Family Foundation founded by Marshawn Lynch, Josh Johnson, and Marcus Peters. The goal is empowerment and education of underprivileged youth and giving back to the city of Oakland and in general. “We decided this is for them. It’s a reminder, a value system, we used to say we put our family first do you?” Continue reading The Power of Influence: FamF1rst
NFL players are some of the most physically gifted humans on earth, along with that they carry a strong sense of competitiveness. Aside from winning on the gridiron, these same players seek victory in their bank accounts. Two players … Continue reading Khalil Mack vs Aaron Donald: There can be only one richest defender ever!
The Arena Football and Indoor Football Leagues are an underground conduit to the CFL and the NFL. Upon first recollection of successful transitions from AFL to NFL, one must remember a grocery bagger in Iowa turned NFL Hall of Famer. … Continue reading Oakland Raiders Training Camp Hopefuls: Troy Evans Jr.
The Oakland Raiders, like every team in the NFL, are looking to put together a “super plan” for winning it all in 2018-2019. Stretched between a rock and a hard place salary cap-wise, they chose not to overpay for younger … Continue reading 30 is the new 20 in Oakland
I don’t really hear all the skeptics -Raiders head coach Jon Gruden Typically a review of draft picks comes with a grade assessment and talk of how good or bad this draft was. Grading drafts accurately are impossible without the benefit … Continue reading Skeptics, Simplicity and a Solid Draft
With the NFL draft a mere nine days away, the Oakland Raiders are sitting at the number ten slot with decisions to make. Will they trade back from the number ten slot to accumulate more picks, or will they stand … Continue reading Raiders: Trading Back vs. Trading Up
Malik Reaves is the kind of guy you root for to make it. A two-time All-CAA cornerback out of Villanova, Reaves was a four-year starter that participated in 45 games over his collegiate career. His best season as a senior was … Continue reading Raiders: Malik Reaves Has Heart & Versatility
General manager Reggie McKenzie recently made another of his splashy mash-unit signings in former Pittsburgh Steelers second-round pick Senquez Golson. Welcome to Oakland, @Quez_G. The Raiders have signed CB Senquez Golson: https://t.co/3RIxSouYJe pic.twitter.com/At7ALhgMFZ — Oakland Raiders (@Raiders) April 6, 2018 … Continue reading Raiders: One Team’s Trash Equals Reggie’s Treasure
Reggie McKenzie, general manager of the Oakland Raiders, is heading into free agency with a plan unlike something that Raider Nation is comfortable with, nor have they seen before. Sometimes winning free agency is as simple as not jumping to … Continue reading The Cap, The Rumors, and The Raiders