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Ballot Paperwork Filed For Proposed Los Angeles-Area Stadium For Raiders ...

CBS Local
SAN DIEGO, CA – NOVEMBER 16: Charles Woodson #24 of the Oakland Raiders congratulated Antonio Gates #85 of the San Diego Chargers after the Chargers defeated the Oakland Raiders 13-6 in the game at Qualcomm Stadium on November 16, 2014 ...



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1984 Super Bowl Winner Los Angeles Raiders News

On Los Angeles, St. Louis and How It All Shakes Out

The MMQB
It's been two decades and two months since the Los Angeles area had NFL football. The Raiders and Rams left simultaneously after playing in L.A. and Anaheim, respectively, for the last time on Christmas Eve 1994. And now, Los Angeles is a game of ...



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Raiders Will Cut Safety Tyvon Branch

CBS Local
Oakland's Tyvon Branch intercepts a pass from the Falcons' Matt Ryan during a 2012 game in Atlanta. On Thursday, the Raiders announced plans to release Branch, one of their longest serving players. (credit: Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images) ...

1984 Super Bowl Winner Los Angeles Raiders News

Rams' potential move from St. Louis to Los Angeles has Cleveland NFL roots ...

cleveland.com
St. Louis isn't giving up without a fight and has a competing proposal to keep the team. Meanwhile, the San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders announced last week they are seeking to build a shared stadium in the suburban Los Angeles city of Carson.



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Washington Redskins News

1984 Super Bowl Loser Washington Redskins News

Pre-Free Agency Salary-Cap Update for Washington Redskins

Bleacher Report
While we didn't see much roster turnover after the Washington Redskins' dismal 2013 season, new general manager Scot McCloughan has already begun to lay the groundwork for the team to overhaul its roster once free agency opens March 10. By namely ...

1984 Super Bowl Loser Washington Redskins News

It's Time for Washington Redskins to Add Power Back to Supplement Alfred Morris

Bleacher Report
Bigger offensive linemen shouldn't be the only thing on the menu if the Washington Redskins are determined to switch to a power-based rushing attack in 2015. Now's the perfect time to add a true power back to supplement the efforts of Alfred Morris.



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A free agent safety the Redskins could pursue: Rahim Moore

Washington Post (blog)
That makes him only two years older than young Redskins corners David Amerson and Bashaud Breeland. Not many players that young hit the open market. Moore will intrigue many teams with needs at free safety, like the Redskins, because he's had four ...

1984 Super Bowl Loser Washington Redskins News

Albert Haynesworth says he lost his love of football after joining the Redskins

Washington Post (blog)
Echoing the criticism he had for Shanahan in 2013, Haynesworth said he was lied to after the Redskins changed from a 4-3 to a 3-4. “That was one thing that was totally different when I went to Washington,” Haynesworth said. “They said on the phone that ...



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