23 Burst results for "Al Davis"

"al davis" Discussed on The GM Shuffle

The GM Shuffle

06:07 min | 4 months ago

"al davis" Discussed on The GM Shuffle

"Disney resort etcetera and they're going to start training in Orlando Starting July ninth to the, eleventh, awfully tough Mike your golden full-throttle. You're just pounding it every single light also ticket huge break and come back. How perilous is going to be? What's the key for the coaches to get these teams back I really have been thinking a lot about this. I think this is a unique problem for coaches, I think they're going to have to deal with two issues in the NBA there. And I think the NBA is in tuned to it whether it's Gregg. Whether it's Riccar Lyle. But I think you're going to have to really understand. What, is going on in Orlando and you've got to be able to build back trust within your team. I think that's going to be the most critical component I think. Whoever wins the NBA tournament this year. Whoever wins the championship is GonNa be from trust standpoint between the coaches and the players there has to be a mutual trust between them, and the coach has to really rebuild it. It isn't like when they all. All come back. They say okay here we are. Let's just start off again. I I think there's been so much time so much separation. The world has changed dramatically from the time March fourteenth to when they get back at the end of June that you're going to have to build trust, backup and trust within the players is going to be critical, and then I think the hardest thing to do is to convince. When you play in this kind of tournament, conditioning probably matters more than anything. I I think the teams that are conditioned that are willing to go the extra mile to be able to play in the fourth quarter, because there's been such a layoff, that conditioning is going to separate the men from the boys here. There's no doubt and I think the other area. The Third Area I would suggest is how this coach handle boredom because think about this. They're going to be in training camp for three months. They're gonNA stall. Stay in the same hotel. They're all GONNA get tested. They're going to be very limited exposure to the outside world. There's no hey. Let's go down to Miami and hang out at South Beach. Airplane travel if you do that, you're going to be quarantined for two weeks very limited outside eating, so the coach's job is how does he prevent boredom from getting it? How does he prevent them from tuning themselves out and I and I think that's going to be a huge challenge. I think they're going to have to really bond together as a team. And really become one not that they're all. Share the same interest, but they're going to have to. It's GonNa be like a little bit like a high school team, domestic yellow school buses, and just bond themselves together. Yeah, it's like a retreat. I saw people tweeting about. That's hanging a second nothing on the road like not to be indelicate, but a lot of guys live together Oh to have a little fun meet some girls Golden Party I have a few drinks and you're right. That's socializing. Aspect of it's gone. It's literally play the game. Get back, though tell. Maybe some family can be involved, but again you're not. You're not gonNA predinner. There's no socializing. It literally has to. To be all business and I think if it was one month. If you told somebody one month, I just did you to focus on the task at hand. Just play a bunch of games. Get Back, though tell play fortnight. Play some games time. We're all good, but you're right free months. That's going to be a challenge and in some ways. That's a war of attrition. Some of these guys are just GONNA lose it. And it dovetails with your second point, which is conditioning matters eventually you just get bored and stuff you get lazy and start doing other stuff, which isn't again keeping task at hand. Yeah, I think this and I think the other two areas that they're going. Going to really have to focus on is they have to explain to the players? Because we're in such a unique environment, it's going to become a game adjustments I mean there's no travel, so there's no time there's no going home to your family. It's all business right so you know. The and I'm not saying coaches would cheat on this, but there's more time for curiosity. Because what else are you GonNa? Do you're going to go back? Watch the tape. You'RE GONNA. It's a game adjustments now and the and the coaches that can get the players to buy into the adjustments to the change to handle change is going to be really critical. Hey, here's how I think we need. Need to play this. You know we're playing. Phillies play in Boston and Brad Stevens against against a Brett Brown and they adjust to adjust the adjust so that's easy to think you can get that done, but you gotta get your players to buy into it, and that's where I think the number one thing I was ahead, NBA basketball coach, the number one thing I would hit the players with the first day they were back. Is You've got to trust me and we got to have competitive stamina. We have to have competitive stamina. We have to compete on a long-term basis. If we don't have competitive stamina, we will lose quickly because in this environment. It's dog. Eat Dog. And I think how the coaches are able to block out the distractions. Are they going to be really critical? You're going to have to integrate their family life into it. But how do they handle it? I can having lunch with Bobby Knight ballot check and I were sitting there and Bob Knight used to say all the time. You know if I could put these guys in a monastery and just have twelve guys wall. We did focus on basketball. We would have the best team, but I can't. It's kind of a little bit like that now they're going to be able and want. They're going to be almost in a monastery. They're going to have to stay where they are handle it and I think it's really gonNA come down to the leadership of the coach Competitive Stamina Block out distractions how they fight boredom, convinced players, conditioning matters, and then most of all. They've got to build back. Trust your because it's not like. It's march madness at one and done move on like these are still going to be best defy best of seven NBA plasters. That's a grind and rather than I. I have played two games at home traveled a two games that are on trial. Come back later all in one place like that that whole thought of you can't escape. Anybody can escape the goal. It really is going to separate the men from the boys, and we'll just be thrilled to get sports back. It's been a long three months so far be another month, and after we get basketball. OBVIOUSLY NASCAR is back. You have is back PGA. Tour will be back this weekend. English premier league soccer's coming back in about a week, so it's good news is we try to turn the corner? Stay tuned. It's never too early to think about how to win money. And the two thousand twenty NFL season Mike and I break down how the public is betting the NFC south's.

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"al davis" Discussed on The GM Shuffle

The GM Shuffle

03:46 min | 4 months ago

"al davis" Discussed on The GM Shuffle

"He's kind of eighty two years old. He's been sequestered in his home through the virus. He's very concerned, but he's got incredible wisdom in terms of this whole movement, and he understands what needs to happen I. Think it's a tremendous, but I think we need more people like that that that speak up and lead us at this time when it's most difficult, empathy is in short supply agree, and that's why everyone seems. Seems to have an opinion before they're actually invested understanding the situation. For example, everyone's saying defined the police. Amelia people get upset, but what does it actually mean? What does it mean in Minneapolis are going to defend the place. You're going to try to repair something that's broken and make it better, and you don't WanNa stereotype people whether police in law enforcement whether it's african-americans. Have to realize situation going on for far too long, and some change has to happen to that end. Make Me Smarter Mike. How is what's happening right now? Time to Steve Jobs is famous. Think different campaign you know when when you go back and I've been doing a lot of research on Steve Jobs for the book because I, Think Steve Jobs is one of the people that could see the non obvious fairly clearly I mean when Steve Jobs came back to his company the. The second time he realized that apple had lost their core identity. He realized that apple didn't really stand for anything and who they are as a company and what they wanted to become as a company were completely different than when Steve Left, and so when he came back, you know he wanted to be able to launch a campaign to really get apple back to the roots of who they were and what we don't realize is is part of leadership is to sell something. That people don't necessarily think they're buying. You Know Walt. Disney sells happiness. Nike sells. You know they don't sell shoes. They sell athletes. They sell being athletic and jobs wanted to sell think different now. The correct terminology of that would be to think differently, but he didn't want that. He fought hard, but the advertisers that I wanted to be able to think different, and when you go back and look at that campaign. You know he's describing what's going on. Here's to the crazy one. The misfits, the rebels, the troublemakers, the round peg in a square hole. Hole, the ones who see things differently. They're not fond of rules. They have no respect for the status quo. You can quote them disagree with them. Glorify vilify am and the only thing you can't do is ignore them because they change things. They pushed the human race forward while we may see them as crazy ones, we see genius because the people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world are the one that does it and he has a montage of people. For Martin Luther King To. Thomas Edison to Albert Einstein, two million earhart heart, and so his point was. People that use a Mac want to change the world. He wasn't selling gigabytes. He wasn't Sellin. You know storage. He was selling the idea to change the world. Think different, and I think that that's what this movement has to force us to do. Two different. At first I was cynical I, said okay. I liked the fat. People are doing this. But how much can you change? You're talking about you know. Centuries of oppression decades of law enforcement that is faulty whether it's chokehold whether it's a unnecessary. Unnecessary Abuse Racial Profiling Center. Like how can you fix this? Maybe people marching, but you're right I. Look Mlk and I said look at that move, but look what happened. Maybe real change can be created, and that's why optimism stars to follow in. You're right. Jobs clearly was smart with that campaign to show. People were willing to to think outside the margins. When you think outside the box, you can be an innovator and you can really create real change speakers than we've never seen before in real. Real Change, how about this for the NBA?.

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"al davis" Discussed on Pick Six NFL Podcast

Pick Six NFL Podcast

13:06 min | 6 months ago

"al davis" Discussed on Pick Six NFL Podcast

"But I will always have empathy for what he went through. And I do believe impacted his ability to evolve as a player has been really interesting for me to like. I've become good friends with Brady Quinn which I would not have guessed what happened. And he's on the podcast like once a week but like I don't think I don't think I really ever truly understood in talking to him more. Just how important it is to like. It's not just the there's so there's so many factors that go into the success or failure particularly of quarterback at the NFL level. It's It's where you go from a team perspective in a club perspective but also a geographical perspective. It's who you're working with from a coaching perspective it's You know what happens to you off the field in those first few years and how you mature and how you change there is the it'd be foolish to say that there is any guaranteed success of anyone. I mean Andrew. Luck is a perfect example. He had landed in a great spot. Had pieces around him for the most part we thought early on he had A. He's well-grounded his father couldn't have asked for a better background coach by John. Jim Harbaugh issues me. Who went on to be a great Nfl Coach for short period. and then just because things happen it doesn't work out like it's just there like you said there's no science to it and I think we sort of lose sight of that when we start slapping the bus label people very quickly. Oh Boy oh boy are you right. you know. These are young men as I said. Some aren't even twenty-one some have never been outside of a very very small town they might have grown up in a small town They might have gone to school at a in a small town area. You know a smaller town area and then you know being with the team I joined the organization when it was in Los Angeles already and then I was with the organization broke the Maas Angeles and up in the bay area. So you're now bringing to a major metropolis metropolis metropolitan area. Someone who may not have ever lived in one and affirmatively does not wish to live in one. I remember having a heartbreaking conversation with a player that we drafted very very very high. Won't name him out of respect for his privacy but he was in tears. I don't WanNa come to a big city. I don't want to go to California. I don't WanNa be almost three thousand miles from my family. And yes he understood the the the tremendous great fortune. He had to be good enough to be in the national football league and yes he was wise enough to understand he would be earning money that others could never dream of earning but he was frightened and so there are those life issues and again. I want to be very careful to say I get. Those are first world problems. There are people that don't have jobs that will never see anything resembling that amount of money. I get it I get it I get it but I also do have compassion for players. Who who were drafted into circumstances? That aren't good for them. But I do want to say that. We buried the lead of the topic. You just raised. Which is at Radi? Queen gets to come on every week and I've never been on before so that isn't that those true I I generally I was like I was wondering we've not had any on. I swear I swear thought we'd had you on and I. I cannot stress enough that I think we're good. You shouldn't feel guilty on. I'll wait till I'm off to cry. No no you should be careful because if you get locked in as a recurring guest. It is an absolute hell scape for whoever forever. Does that just ask Brady? I am curious. Go back to and thinking about the raiders and the drafts and there are plenty of great draft. I don't Wa- Jamarcus. Russell is gets painted as a big bus but there are lots of guys that the organization hit on curious like what an Al Davis is always famous for. Drafting a certain type of player or that sort of the stereotype that gets painted. What was he like leading up to the draft and sort of? What was the process for how he lay things out because more so than many other owners he was he was very much chance on. He was he ran that room he. He ran the draft room. He was hands on is a very delightful way to put it because it wasn't just hands on sleeves rolled up. I mean he was immersed in it and W- the biggest misconception about out in my view is that you couldn't disagree it would have If that was the case I would have been fired about two and a half weeks into my job So if there's any you know there there. Is this misconception that you couldn't disagree with him. You had to say yes. Nothing could be further from the truth so he welcomed input. He wanted input from the scouts. He wanted input from player personnel people. He wanted input from coaches now ultimately. He was going to make the decision if he chose to do so. There were certainly times he deferred others. There were times he would listen to others but stick with what he wanted to do as was his right as the owner of the business but irrespective of whether he took advice of others and yielded to their desires which he did at times. He listened even when he didn't yield to their desires. My responsibilities on draft day and appointing why. I'm about to share this with you. We're not in the draft room. Of course they were elsewhere in the organization dealing with other team owners. Meaning other owners of the raiders. Not Owners of other teams Sponsors business partners fans ticket holders suite holders dealing with our staff and things like that but there were times we made controversial picks picks up people. You know we just knew we get killed for and I remember one instance in particular. We were going to draft a guy that the media had been saying you know. Oh they're going to draft him. It's the worst decision ever. They should do this. It's just you know on and on and on and on and I was downstairs with some of the team's owners and and Some of the big sponsors and someone comes and grabs me and says L. Needs to talk to you so I randomly phone called up to the draft room and he said to me. We're GONNA take 'em kid we're going to take on and you're GONNA have to deal with you know it's going to be your headache and you're going to have to deal with it. Because he knew I was down there with all these people who would be. Just you know know. What did they do so I don't I? I would have to think back on what his exact words was. Put it basically. He called me to warn me. I'M GONNA do it. I'm GONNA take It's GonNa be a big headache for you. You'RE GONNA have to handle it. Click okay them. And and that's you know he. He gave me a heads up. I think if I'm doing the math right and those are always very very very dangerous words for me because I rarely do the math right on my first try. I think it's the twentieth anniversary of Selecting Sebastian Jankowski roughly twenty years at least and There are a lot of memories associated without as well that was a pick that we made and After we made the picks trump team people came up to me in the building. Coach's player personnel guys scouts. I can't believe we did this. Why did we do this? We shouldn't have done this. And they were wringing their hands and distancing themselves from the decision and then a couple years later when it was evident to everybody how tremendous Sebastian was and what a phenomenal edition to the team. He was funny. How so many of those people were all sudden patting themselves on the back saying Oh boy. We made a great selection. We made a great selection. And I'm looking at them like we. You're the one who told me you hate it. I mean he was playing at twenty eighteen. Like this dude lasted a long time. But he played for the raiders for a long time. He he somehow justified seventeenth overall. I you mentioned dealing with the owners and the business people. I think. That's probably something that goes a little under sold in terms of what happens with an NFL club on draft air at other times the role of CEO. That's not the role of GM like there is a huge business side to it to an NFL franchise. That I think people forget about that. You have when we just the way that we're sort of. It's ingrained in our brains like we think about. You know it's like you look at the the flow chart for us as people from a from afar is like Al Davis this giant picture of Al Davis Atop it like any company shareholders. People he eventually has to answer to in some respect whether it's sponsorships ETC SORTA. Can you walk through sort of just how hectic it is on the undrafted sure and I will say right now that it's going to be very very very different this year for obvious threes and so I'll share with you? What traditionally happens understanding that? It's not going to be the same this year because number one. The building won't be fully staffed. You won't be entertaining. You won't be marketing Things like that but putting this year aside the draft provides for teens tremendous marketing opportunity. There's two there's a few moments during the quote off season close quote and I use quotes because there ain't no such thing as an off-season another topic but you know there's a few moments the draft the signing of big big name free agents perhaps a big trade and then the schedule coming out with the announcement of the schedule that provide teams with tremendous tremendous business opportunities marketing opportunities number one to sell to sell more tickets. If you need to sell more tickets club seats more suites and beyond selling to new purchasers to entertain those who already are committed to the organization and for whom you have to express your appreciation and entertain on a regular basis so You know for example. We had room setup through our sponsors to come enjoy themselves. Room set up for a season ticket holders or suite holders or club seat holders. And then you've got a full marketing staff on hand. People that are making calls to sell more tickets. So more clubs seats sell more suites. You've got merchandise people on your PR staff. Is there your whole video department and Broadcast Department? Is there because you are Filming content to use in shows. You're doing live broadcasts that day. Both radio and television and Internet and PODCASTS. And you your. Your website is constantly updating. And you're tweeting an instagram. I can go. I'll go check and saying smashed. All of that is going on so there was not one department in the organization what people generally referred to as the business operations. That wasn't there with their sleeves. Rolled up all you know. Tuck into what they had to do for sure. And it is crazy you know. You mentioned the the twentieth Universal BE April Fifteenth. So this podcast. We're recording this on on Wednesday April eight just for for the record. We sometimes we beat podcast. Come out later. I live in a weird space time continuum like that but it's nuts to like the two thousand NFL draft which again featured Sebastian Jankowski being taken it also featured. Of course. This guy named Tom Brady being taken by the by the New England Patriots It started on like Saturday at noon. Or maybe it was was it. Was it started Saturday and Sunday? Or wasn't it wasn't I ramble Thursday and it will just like the primetime affairs is. It's it's incredible how much it's grown in twenty years. Well right and I kind of proud that I did the twenty year math correctly and now I will also tell you to math as having spent my entire thirty years in the league almost thirty on the West Coast. Every time I hear someone saying noon I laugh or something whatever time I have to immediately back out three hours. Drafty started two thousand in Oakland. Like four member. I don't go well. Oh in terms of what time we got into the building to start getting ready getting organized. That was five six. Am to get everything ready with the caterers coming and all of the businesses going on. But I don't remember what time the exact draft started but whatever kind of started for you. It started three hours earlier out here. Yeah yeah it is crazy like I first draft was two thousand eleven but for covering it for CBS. And even then it was like a primetime affair in you know You know in in in Radio city musical. It looks like I didn't realize that the the two thousand jobs in the theater at Madison Square Garden is somehow. Don't remember that but I don't remember a whole lot of the early. Two thousands is there is there. Are there any draft memories that you have related to the raiders specific picks or otherwise sort of? Stand out to you know the the Sebastian stands out because As I said all all of the people that I and and I have a very big pet.

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More than 1 in 4 teens have used e-cigarettes, vapes

Morning Edition

01:59 min | 11 months ago

More than 1 in 4 teens have used e-cigarettes, vapes

"It's KQED public radio the time is six twenty two it's morning edition on KQED I'm Brian white on Sunday the Oakland Raiders will play the Jacksonville Jaguars at the Coliseum in what's expected to be their very last home game in California before they move to Vegas KQED is Nina forcing remembers the time in their first stint in east Oakland the raiders became one of the most successful teams in the history of professional sports unforgettable moments like the nineteen seventy four game known as the sea of even when owner al Davis moved the team to LA in nineteen eighty two Oakland fans stayed loyal for thirteen long years they drove for flew down and watch the games on TV they never gave up hope of a home coming and in nineteen ninety five I'm back before you again to bring the rate is a fact all have press one he never got all the way back to their early glories but the fans made their own fun creating a ferociously festive atmosphere in the black hole and in the parking lots on the menu at Kingsford Kirk's tail gate one rainy December in twenty fifteen we've got chicken fried pork chops I got thirty racks of ribs in the smoker Henry Garcia with a stocking played in hand stated raider nation screen with ever came where there the team does have an option with the Coliseum for next year just in case their new place in Vegas isn't ready but it's more likely but after Sunday the autumn winds in Oakland will echo through an empty stadium

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Hall of Fame cornerback Willie Brown dies at age 78

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Hall of Fame cornerback Willie Brown dies at age 78

"Sunday and hall of fame cornerback Willie brown has passed away at the age of seventy eight he had been fighting cancer the great al Davis got Willie brown from the Denver Broncos back in nineteen seventy six and he picked off a pass and took it seventy five yards to help the silver and black Oakland Raiders win the Superbowl over

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"al davis" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"al davis" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Al Davis Dixon area it's actually very quiet on eighty east and westbound as well as five oh five and one thirteen north and south your next traffic update at twelve fifty eight on the track later KCBS KCBS six day forecast it's gonna be a little cooler today than it was yesterday sixties at the coast upper sixties to low seventies near the bay in mid upper seventies inland your weekend so starting with the tomorrow or Friday and running through Sunday sunny and warmer sixties to low seventies at the coast mid seventies to low eighties around the bay and low to mid eighties inland and then things cool off again Monday and Tuesday traffic and weather together on the eighth on all news one of six nine and A. M. seven forty KCBS KCBS news time twelve fifty never in person is at the KCBS editor's desk as your news watch continues to San Francisco's most popular museums are expanding a program that offers free admission on Saturdays KCBS is Bob Butler reports the facilities are dropping the entry fee for all bay area residents the legion of honor in two young museum started a pilot program we're just every physical residence in April often times we've seen that most people that don't come to museums are stating the fact that the cost is an issue the museum's Linda Butler says usually a third of the crowd is first timers now with more than half forty three percent of the people that came and ponders for Saturday's cited that the main reason for their visit was because it was free so they decided to expand Saturday October nineteenth will be the first.

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Raiders GM Mike Mayock on Antonio Brown It's time for him to be all in or all out

WIP Programming

02:23 min | 1 year ago

Raiders GM Mike Mayock on Antonio Brown It's time for him to be all in or all out

"Mention this off the top of the shell someone passing but the Antonio brown saga continues unbelievable tale credible numbers questioning that but it ended very ugly in Pittsburgh a lot of finger pointing blaming Ben Roethlisberger Mike Tomlin their GM it's everybody else's fault never Antonio's fault you know it's at our center so he lands on his feet it's an unbelievable deal the raiders with Gruden first there was the you know cryotherapy issue where he got frostbite essential because he wasn't wearing the proper foot gear okay that happens that's a mistake is an honest mistake it's it's it's some guys try to take care of his body it just goes about it the wrong way hard to find a lot of fault that still hopeful is gonna be back then there's this helmet issue he wears an old helmet it's outdated that will pass you know that the restrictions that the NFL has now with some of the the head issues and what not he came up with another helmet that still didn't pass you know speed whatever so he's healthy enough now to feed to be able to play but he's angry at the NFL so we refused to practice today so we all know Mike mak Mike may I ask the guy rope in the area of west Philly guy went to the Haverford school BC broadcaster for a long time your guy really paid is do did a lot of homework was great on the NFL network with their draft coverage at the combine did Notre Dame games you name it across the board so my gets tired last off season or this offseason skews me as the raiders do yeah which I thought was it was an out of the box because like did have a previous experience out of the box smart move by mark Davis whose al Davis a son who's the the owner and president all that stuff so mac is teamed up with John group if you've watched any of hard knocks you've seen a lot of Gruden lot of Antonio brown what other players would not a lot of Mike may I may I ask is it really interested and didn't really want the hard knocks cameras in there so we just kind of laid low for the most part but spoke out today regarding Antonio brown and this is about as close as it gets to an ultimatum here you go but we at this point we've

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"al davis" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"al davis" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Twenty five cents. This is true true story. Hendrix was awesome. Job. Good way true story. What does Hendrix? Do. He reaches into his pocket, grabs a fifty dollar Bill. Winds up through the toilet lamonica says what are you doing? He says. You don't expect me to go in there for only a quarter? Unreal. They there were some personalities. No doubt about it Bernie throughout the years. And there's still some new age personalities. I doubt any that. We're going to hear those crazy stories, but you talked about Belinda cough and not only, you know, the great receiving years. He had. But can you imagine in practice? You know, you're going against guys like Atkinson and Tatum. I mean you had to become a good receiver. Well, that's the saying it was a whole different game back in Ireland. Forget that eighty three team when they picked up my canes team for throwing atlas or Hayes. That's how prolific offensive backfield. Was there really was nothing quite like, the reader mystique and the truth of the matter is coming up here a few weeks, and there would not be a Super Bowl without Al Davis was actually Commissioner of the NFL the old AFL for thirty days in nineteen sixty six they wanted to league merger and the old Commissioner couldn't pull it off. So the owners get Al Davis. They problem up. He organizes his war chest. They start going after all these NFL quarterback. John Brodie Roman Gabriel. Tommy notice a bunch of guys. And finally, Pete Rozelle says, okay, stop Al you're winning the war. What do you want because we wanna merger? They got the merger to Super Bowl game was created was Kobe AFL NFL championship the first three games. They didn't call it Super Bowl Super Bowl for the readers are in the second one losing to Green Bay thirty three to fourteen but there's another part of the raiders history without Al Davis without us intervention. Nineteen sixty six there might not have ever been. There you go. And of course, the jets beat the called Super Bowl three. The chiefs beat the Minnesota Vikings Super Bowl four and the rest was history. And now fifty two of them fifty three of them, whatever I guess fifty three coming up, but top.

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Raiders fans, twice abandoned, earn notorious honor

San Francisco Chronicle Sports - Spoken Edition

05:03 min | 2 years ago

Raiders fans, twice abandoned, earn notorious honor

"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Raiders fans twice abandoned deserve much better by an Killian. Congratulations raiders fans. It's official. Now, you are the most screwed over fans in American sports. Oh, sure. Others have vied for the title in the past Baltimore had a pity party. For retiring. Cleveland felt abandoned shame with Houston old time New Yorker is still like to talk about when two of their baseball teams laughed Seattle. Still would like an NBA team. Thank you very much. But nobody has it as bad as Oakland Raiders fans screwed over not by one but two generations of the same family, though, that's relatively old news. Mark Davis announced he was going to Las Vegas in March twenty seventeen this week has served only to emphasize the pathetic situation faced by some of the greatest fans in sports history. It looks like Christmas Eve will be the final home game of the Oakland Raiders. The last hurrah for the Oakland fans who. Who have been treated like dirt abandoned twice loyalty? Taken for granted served a terrible product from most of the past two decades duped into believing. There could be a winning farewell tour in Oakland until Jon Gruden arrived and tore down the team. And now, it looks like there might not even be another season to say goodbye, you can blame the city of Oakland for filing the lawsuit against the team this week, and forcing the raiders hand or you can blame Davis and his minions for pulling a tentative agreement to play in Oakland in twenty nineteen off the table in the wake of the lawsuit or you can blame the NFL which has been using Oakland as a pawn for years. What you can't do is blame the fans they've taken it and taken it and taken it. And now they're losing their team. Again. Many of these fans already have lived through this on game days. The Coliseum is full of twice jilted fans. Many of whom have passed on their abandonment issues to a second generation they. Had their hearts ripped out in nineteen eighty two when the team moved to Los Angeles when the team came back in nineteen ninety-five many of those fans despite having sworn off the silver and black came back for their loyalty. They've received just four winning seasons four playoff wins. And a prolonged middle finger if the raiders had been truly interested in staying in the bay area and this goes back to the late Al Davis. They should've negotiated with the forty Niners to build one super stadium to house both teams. That's the only logical proven solution for two NFL teams in the same arket. But Al Davis was opposed and his son inherited that position, which is ridiculous. You think the giants and the jets like each other? No, but they both belong in a New York market just like the forty Niners and the raiders both belong in the bay area. Where will the raiders play next year? Who knows the university of Nevada in Reno is tossed around as a real possibility. That's where the raiders. Is reportedly planned to take their training camp. Once they are the Las Vegas raiders. The raiders could go to UNLV for a year. But that would dilute their glittery arrival in the Vegas market in twenty twenty. Could they go to San Diego for year? Bizarre. San Antonio one of their previous flirtation cities. Also, weird Levi's that would only serve to underscore. How stupid it is that the two teams didn't find a compromise stadium years ago? Cal now Stanford unlikely though the amount of remaining fans might be small enough next year to easily fit into fifty thousand seat Stanford Stadium. Of course, Oakland remains a possibility probably the most likely solution. And how pleasant that would be a year of nasty acrimonious partnership in a building full of dead mice overflowing sewage. And faulty x Ray machines Pittsburgh quarterback. Ben Rothlisberger said the ancient x Ray machines in Oakland didn't work well enough Sunday, which is why his return to the game. Was delayed after a rib injury wherever the raiders play. Their fan base is sure to shrink the enthusiasm was sucked out of this season before it even began because of the trade of Khalil Mack to Chicago the investment in season tickets is too much for so little in return on Sunday. Despite the influx of Pittsburgh fans. The parking lot wasn't quite as crowded for tailgating as it's been in the past. But it was still a great scene generations of fans who've made the drive for years, not only from all over the East Bay. But also, the central valley and farther to play music and grill and hang out and talk raiders. This is our real game one man who's been coming for years said as he poured bourbon for his friends. This is what I'll miss for the most screwed over fans in sports. They were having a pretty good time.

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"al davis" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"al davis" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Yeah. Emulates Al Davis. And may he rest in peace, but they're taking the almighty dollar. And so when they chased almighty dollar bigger careless about you about your father about me as a fan, and that's why I've given up on them, right? Listen marshawn Lynch went to my alma mater, and and I I root for marshawn. But for the raider franchise. I just don't I I've given up on them back in nineteen seventy nine Jimmy tell me tell me something don't you think? It's interesting don't you think of interesting and very telling that Lee Smith is the one who's popping off in the locker. Room. I don't hear Bruce Arvin. And now he's on. I r but like you mentioned out here marshawn Lynch, I don't hear anybody else talking. I hear Lee Smith talk. Did you even know who the hell he was before I told you he was the tight end. You know, what I mean like where where are the guys who should be the voices on this team? Speaking up. Brother. Listen, man. A lotta these young guys. And and I work with these guys, and I manage these guys. Yeah, we got millennials in this world and the millennials they're not competitive anymore. These days they wanna get paid as long as a Bank account is full. That's all they care about. They don't want to win this week as we man. Let me think about it. Tell me if I'm wrong. I can't tell I can't tell you wrong. I can't say you're wrong because I believe you. Yeah. I've seen it. I'm watching it. And we know I mean, we know about that generation, I tend to agree with you Jimmy. I think you make a really good point. That's that. But with that said that's about as it's about as frustrated and have ever been as of sports fan is this year, and I've been and I've seen and I've seen the art shell years, and we were here for lane kiffin, and jamarcus and all that nonsense and still still twenty eight teen to this point Jimmy. I've never been this frustrated and upset with that franchise. No, they the kids wanna to get paid as long as they listen. Songs are getting paid. That's all that matters. I mean, Willie Brown when I met again at a young age and I went to school with his kid, right, right? He said pig is too. Big is mine into Willie Brown was tiny. But he had the heart of a giant because he was raised by a true raider professional and these kids today, they're not they just want to get paid. Let me get paid. Let me go home. And let me call it a day. And I don't care what my record is as long as my contract is right. That's all that matters to me. Man, you make a good point. Jimmy. Thank you very much for calling. I appreciate you. Jimmy San Mateo a right. Can't be ours. The number will come back for a couple more minutes. And then we'll replay the Steve Young interview sat down with John of Tom earlier this afternoon will continue the NFL discussion. I do wanna get to Steph Curry's fifty one point performance last night talk a little about the NBA. There's some news that came out from the association. I want to get to like I said it can't be ours. The numbers through Hoffer right here tonight on the sports leader with.

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Houston Astros to give extension to manager A.J. Hinch

Yankees Baseball (Air Only)

01:05 min | 2 years ago

Houston Astros to give extension to manager A.J. Hinch

"They look like I'm not trying. To pick some. Up on, the, subway happily married right it's just not fashion, forward but I would never say of course. Is. Not neither. Am, I. Have. You usually look good around me I look. Good I mean dude. Have you seen mean TV close for. This? But you can pull it, off screen, up nice clean up okay boo Hoo It's really important. Turn to. Your, colleague and big. You're wearing Dorking cool could turn, to be like dude I know you've played football but the super. Tight shirt your overselling it we get it you've got your workout like almost a little insecure but I wouldn't say that's not nice drives here in a white Ferrari I've seen a dozen does I told them off my career's yeah hey you got it I got. It so. Stop being, mad enough wanted all right sorry, continue number five, according to, FOX twenty-six in Houston the Astros will sign. Manager AJ Hinch to a, contract extension tomorrow, the forty four year old manager was previously. Under a club. Option for next season since taking over the team at two thousand, fifteen? Inches of

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"al davis" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"al davis" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"They. Hired Jon Gruden was at a press conference Al Davis decided? To only pay him four hundred. Thousand dollars us the. Youngest coach in the NFL. At the time I was. There when he built the raiders. I was. There already. Moved to Tampa Bay yeah I was there when they. Went back with, Tampa Bay and Tony Dundee's defense in defeated? Gannon That's great because when you're, my age where, an old you're an, old man Look back. love you so much they moved away Exactly daddy we love you we're. Moving three thousand. Miles away goodbye come visit when. There's no room for you we don't, have an, extra room we don't have. A pullout couch not. True it the greatest that's what I told them I was going to Austria for two weeks with my wife Madeleine came along with can. I join you as long. As you pay Weakened she had a flyers have over. Eight if she stayed. With us and she did that's a great combo Stay We're off.

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"al davis" Discussed on The NFL Show

The NFL Show

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"al davis" Discussed on The NFL Show

"Receivers he led the hurricanes and receptions fifty five receiving yards six seventy nine and touchdowns nine last season yeah see that to me is what i know you can't great production but you gotta have talent that has you can't be talented as an athlete with no production at receiver i just don't think that works i don't see when it ever has and that was the smartest move of the week and it was brought to you by ziprecruiter eighty percents of employers who post on ziprecruiter fund a quality candidate through the site in just one day try a free today dads recruiter dot com slash ringer nfl that's ziprecruiter dot com slash ringer nfl ziprecruiter the smartest way to hire let's get to what everyone's been waiting on and it's the whole point of this podcast and that is to go through this draft and try to track down some of the players that the great al davis would have locked right on and wanted to draft to the oakland raiders while we were i shouldn't even say the oakland or just the raiders well look i mean look hours the king of so you have to understand ours influenced by our davis was influenced by the brooklyn dodgers and the new york yankees and the reason he was influenced by those soon great programs who great program so he believed in the speed of the dodgers and the power of the yankees and so he wanted a size speed team he was truly the king of size speed he would have liked you would have liked jackson from lsu the corner because he's fast older there's no doubt but he would that he wanted big corners he did not want to be down on the goal is five eleven so he's right under the echelon is you it's all about the size of the speed you know now i mean carlos francis was short and he took him but he was really fast so as as the value of the draft goes you know you lose size speed guys but i mean chuck would have been a clearly a number one got if lamar jackson would have run lamar jackson would have been a guy because lamar jackson at four four something a quarterback that would have been way too with his size and his production that would have been way too much the.

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Alvin Gentry of New Orleans Pelicans fined $15,000 for public criticism of officiating

Its Just Sports with Kristian Garic and Deuce McAllister

01:15 min | 2 years ago

Alvin Gentry of New Orleans Pelicans fined $15,000 for public criticism of officiating

"Today one celebration you won't be able to catch this weekend the threat of rain this week in there has postponed at least one celebration super sunday will not take place this weekend being new orleans mardi gras indian council decided to push those festivities back to next sunday so you can head out to al davis park on march twenty fifth the festival start at eleven with dancing and music wwf sports pelicans coach alvin gentry was livid following last night's loss to the houston rockets throwing caution to the wind when it came to outlining what he believes is a drastic disparity in nba officiating chettri says despite numerous protests to the association he feels anthony davis is treated unfairly by referees call it both ways you know when a roles to the basket and grabbed and he's held give him the same call that you would get somebody else that's all is not right what we're balance playoff spot and all we want is to have the game called the right way gentry's expecting to be fine for criticizing the reps has team meanwhile fell by just six points to the first place houston rockets losing one zero seven to one zero one at thirty nine and thirty the pelicans host boston tomorrow night this saints free agency tracker is brought to you by.

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"al davis" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"al davis" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"In that al davis error where my gm owner thinks you smarter than everybody and we're making it sits that's what i he likes jason garrett listening you got a job for life there or seen all of this in in the overall you know when you it's hard it's hard to coach got somebody looking over you soldier them and in it's got the final say it is hard dan i thought coming into this you there gonna take a step back each such a good year two years ago and it was a big disappointment obviously in the postseason again was a vessels that was always hanging over them here's a step back step back is in the past five use we've been third seen three one the the nfc the best record playoff and when you take get mex home game a new lows what do you think you're going to get that continuously it and you know zia sleep right so when you remove when you to number one seat would homefield advantage at you've lost it twice in five years but it is going to happen vehicle continue to do that injury elliott gets heard somebody gets heart back as a bad year so many jobs the ball all of a sudden things happen no money is is crazy that's what bothers me about the most hey that's why the eagles had to take advantage of thinks this year even though when scott hurt they had the number one seed homefield advantage and god bless only took care of it lord of actor backup quarterback was pretty good when he was cautioned lens all i understand that but you know that they took advantage of the fact leg you mentioned though they had a year in which they at home field advantage throughout they don't happen all the time as it happens on what you just lose that and then you think all you're not sure we'll be back we mean klay on cellular stress so it's tough to get back near mall you played at sea northlake than that way when you're seeing all playing baseball you play where it was was replaced geo ill and validate to go balancing robinson dana yeah we are bomb squad without not only that aleve.

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"al davis" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"al davis" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Stop you've killing me to add on the eib is a i wonder what al davis of think of this move you know if we can if we could have a little sales get out the huizhou board and checking with al from the from the tales from the crypt studio sorry recipes out but i wonder what you would think of this first the mood vegas because i remember ask amy trask that and she said guy i said strain of amy how would outfield today you know because i was during the day there was now also host with rod that day and she said that she felt because i figured if anybody knew him well was aiming i figured she said that he would be proud because all he wanted was to get this team a new stadium and i'm pretty sure he didn't care where it was he wanted the is to find a home in this works better than i will say this this horse better than the raiders moving to la to share a stadium with the chargers are the rams or whatever the hell it works better than them sharing a stadium in santa clara although i do feel bad for raiders fans here in the bay area because they're losing their team for a second time secretary in my lifetime the raiders are bounce it all right uh we're gonna take a break average simple luxe the way of sun thank you i will deliver on my promise we'll give you are wildcard picked senator sad but i wanted to allay listening about football you don't know a thing about football fifth oh god just just stay gone uh fifteen years or you i'm going to kill you prime fifteen years ago today the trey junkin game at the thick you remember that forty nine or trail trailing it was jim fossil jeremy schalke kerry collins in of course michael stray hand and at one point when tear alone scores it's hard to make it i think it was thirty eight to twenty and then they get the twopoint conversion to make it a sixteen point game and stray hand like pointed up at the scoreboard custodio was flexing and that came back to haunt him.

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"al davis" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"al davis" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Black coach yeah hey are you are you a black guy yeah you want to we're are you think that'd be codes click conversation thank you there are two great ideas call yet klay in ten years goodrich next job inside sites that part of it and by the way you know i run a great piece by mike freeman on this about how i'll davis from we all goofed on al davis ranked i'll davis g at the end was you know was didn't have it all together will pull abok most gold bowel hino al davis lau davis was one of the first guys to hire a black head coach in our shell yet he hired the secondever latino coach tomlin lord on floors he hired the first female executive amy trash amy trask meaning he was for for all the jokin an incredibly progressive guy he was ahead of his time in that way and he didn't he really didn't see color he didn't care and he also didn't see he took a lot of bad apples yes because they were good football players correct you know jed that that was the hold just win baby gap like they take out this has been arrested like eight times loyd to go who can connect with little quarterback we are higher umbreit you know and that was it so according to al davis just mumbled audubon out i don't even know how ogoni understood mall casalan stras papa yeah see you need a translator old those over who all paul i know absolutely did i he'll talks lay dottie spoke more clearly than that donald.

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"al davis" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"al davis" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Carlton palmer led them to the playoffs in a second year eventually frustrated with the organisation he left oakland which hadn't been in the playoffs in a decade and was awful he got them to eytan eight and then for some reason they fired as coach it was al davis he was living it was the raiders ben carson palmer goes to the arizona cardinals they were five and eleven the year before he arrived they fired the head coach he went tenants sex following you know went six no got hurt came back and went thirteen in three and should have been the mvp what have carson palmer inherited built bella check instead four masses he had to clean up he had to clean up the paul hackett mess the cincinnati dysfunction the al davis in his 70s dysfunction and the arizona cardinals and he went four for four compare them to who you want but you know who he looks like sounds like throws likes built like he's troy aikman who had a transfer colleges it didn't work initially who was one in fifteen his first year the troy aikman got jimmy johnson and then emmitt smith and then a great defense and great coordinators i don't think there's that much separating carson palmer and troy aikman in terms of talent same size they throw alike swap jerseys put a helmet on you'll largely couldn't tell the difference physically choice stayed healthier true but had better offensive lines and better running games generally that is not a knock on troy aikman to me one of the seven or eight seminal quarterbacks in my life and the last nfl quarterback i was literally a fan of and could not be objective about i also think aig meant as good a sports football analyst as we've ever had.

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"al davis" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"al davis" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Do you call al davis mr david because you've lived a full life he was the older than i was and all that stuff the people that i knew new al davis well called them coach yeah well that we add hue jackson call the member that called encode showed that a lot of people call them coach i get where i'm going to do it's fun you know after you will be interviewed all these people back and forth it just fun to talk to a guy who's your who's older whose lived a full life and all that stuff and he i can remember there was all that talk in and again what you just carmen it was leased steinberg in his heyday said a you know carmen policy could be the next commissioner the nfl i remember him telling me what insane and the and the people who are weighing in save volume there you know you know cherry richardson criticisms amelia carmen in richardson go back decades and obviously we're all wear of what richardson's accused of doing and saying in that kind of thing so we understand their circumstances uh but his relationship with jerry richardson goes beyond a lease predates these charges speaking of that the latest one rich rodriguez arizona saw that rich rot as out for football football reasons now this is another one of rich rodriguez is out for quote unquote football reasons according to the university of arizona but this is all happened amid sexual harassment claims that have been i guess since at the if they haven't gone anywhere let's just say that but that's a very attractive job here's a year inheriting khalil tate he's going to be a junior next year is one of the best players in the country they've recruited pretty well down there in arizona so you know any you'll get his record forty three and 35 overall 24 and thirty in the pac 12 somebody of note is going to take that job and.

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"al davis" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"al davis" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"What what is your best al davis story if we go back in time to the oakland raiders you came on the scene very early in life polled were you thirty went umer you're mcdermott say try close 31 vague excuse me mcveigh to find uh bleep that uh mcveigh my bad i did the same thing yesterday uh so what happened what are you know now that you didn't know when you were working for al davis what are you know how are you smarter oh million things went not near thirty one you know i'm especially with coming from us you're he won all those games that championships thank you know everything and i'm really now you get sick this each really realise hardly knew anything so there is a million things did you have an opinion from where you were on everything that has happened on at tennessee with graciano um yeah i i kind of got torn about a late i really wasn't on him by the minutes so i kinda got the fact that was out so um you know so i don't really know the details of it or anything i just uh you know just wasn't a good it just wasn't good for tennessee obviously and and obviously you know for great two i'm i'm sure he was wants to be real excited obviously you know going there um you know getting a shot to be a coach and all of a sudden you know gone all of a sudden you know based off of what it sounds like a bleak reaction should he be that to tennessee oh i'm not i'm not works through not i don't have any idea even read articles to know what what exactly what it was what was the penn state stuff so i i i can't comment on that i wouldn't give us the details that you specifically remember about your last night in tennessee.

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"al davis" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"al davis" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Uh of warming uh the right hand person to to al davis to see uh uh ceo the raiders uh during uh uh enduring some of the glory days and certainly during their their comeback years uh we're gonna talk game of course about the raiders in both learn our sit here going wait a minute we did not know amy i got to admit it you are the you're running the big three basketball league well skype also um if you can clean right now i'm kinda get any kind of look like that eightyearold girl of action jump up and down on her bed that i'm on the phone on the radio with you to nankan traveling on the thanks for being here why well let's get right forget forget the raiders why are you so excited to be on with us because you you i mean the non i lived in the bay area for all those years i moved up moved the teams from los angeles i moved up with it and i didn't leave and chill i chose to leave the team and i listen to you all i mean you you i listen to you all the time this is an exciting drib reverts som other folks on our states so we're happy to just get you on an art time periods but but this deal will you an ice cube now are hooked up and we are i am i chairman of the board of the big three or as i like to say to kids chairman of the nam board to stay damn board other radio i sure you call him tube would you talk to him i i do i caller cuban i say hey cuban chairman of the dam more yeah it's um we had a really very very exciting per season uh the legal started on it the dream the vision of cuban his partner uh jeff quant nets and it was started quickly and then launched on fox and because of scheduling and immediacy issues it was on a delay basis and we are thrilled to announced that we will be uh broadcast live on a combination of stocks and at that one and i really and truly i'm going to have to work on that little jump shot because at a very very very first got practice game where we all working on some broadcast issues i thought i would.

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"al davis" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"al davis" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Nfl especially when it comes to money attention and i think he said it as a personal affront that guy's that he is god's a battle with against the players or gone to battle with on behalf of roger goodell or trying to make sure they maintain their status as the players away down there and we're way up here he considers it a personal affront that owners are not going to give him what he wants when it comes down to slowing down jobs never mind the fact that jerry jones was on board with this in may and so for him to say this has nothing to do with his feelings being hurt because his ego ellie situation is completely nonsense he didn't get what he wanted ezekiel elliott and now he's trying to even the score by slowing down to go she ations against rajic if they in this is a yardstick measuring thaad tests once again involving billionaires owning teams furry this whole story to me is fascinating it really is i don't remember the last time we had an owner as powerful as jerry jones going toetotoe with not just his commissioner but the other thirty one owner al davis of the raiders that that's his mentor the laid out there is is an but by even to this degree i don't remember owl going to this degree over a one player being suspended or not suspended because folks me friday laid out very clearly there i mean i mean they are talking about conduct detrimental to the league's best interests this from the compensation committee first reported by the wall street journal and this letter was not intended to be made public but it became public and now it is to the end theory this whole story is amazing it is fascinating is this would be in a vote does not need right now a man coach a man it member a battle like this the hill in any of the four major sport in the muggy someone's al davis when he wanted to push his of oakland go to los angeles got his way and he mp roselle they do bulls in a ring and al davis wad of winning their fight don't think for one second jerry jones does not have that in his mind that he believes he can do the same thing when it comes to the extension of the.

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"al davis" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"al davis" Discussed on WDRC

"Here's always go to the head alive the lars larson show comeback the lars larson show it's a pleasure to be with you all get back to your phone calls and email shortly but it's a great pleasure to welcome back to the program the man i first met at the conservative political action conference in washington dc and that is burgess owens former oakland raider new york jets player nfl super bowl champ and i might mention he let me where the ring for at least thirty seconds and the author of liberalism now to turn good man into whiners we needs and whims ms ruins good to have you back on the program hello if you're talking to the dakota democrat agenda most importantly a proud american yeah proud american first i i'll tell you something you yours is the only super bowl ring i've ever had the opportunity to put on so you you gave me a unique privilege and doing that but i i couldn't i couldn't resist telling my producer we've got to get mr owns on to talk about what's been going on on football fields around american yeah a p lars uh what we're seeing now is actually what kind of bring or a two decades so you have a lot of young men who will coming out of an battle of midway basically put up on the bug democrat audie in all the way filled with athletics entertainment so obviously with that metality beadle he they can't give the methods that we all give it americans other that will help better if i could do what you can do it became that in a heart give that out the hopelessness velika little the left behind gogele who get out of it but they don't understand it away an underhand how the nfl which was not inability al davis and the duly gala it it lombardi crowd patriotic uh live lyric how be hawkers than we have now in a failed it uh a political arm of the democrat party and other just be able to delete a the nfl luck mr uh uh it it bill it would be a bill basically in this started last year capic will go up up up hotic unwitted democrat normally go after they'll be the biggest in it they get the black community energized anc we upset uh uh coley named going out to vote and it just happened to continue to move on now because they end up losing.

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