Oakland Raiders Hall of Fame coach and KCBS News contributor John Madden spoke at length about his friend and quarterback, Ken Stabler, who passed away Thursday at the age of 69.
Hall of Fame NFL coach of the Oakland Raiders and KCBS Radio contributor John Madden issued a statement following the death of one of the Raider greats, Ken Stabler.
Coach Madden remembered the “celebration” for the Raiders after they won the Super Bowl.
As the Golden State Warriors and the Cleveland Cavaliers prepare for their showdown in the NBA Finals, there are remarkable similarities between this Golden State team and the one which won its only NBA title 40 years ago, according to Warriors Hall of Famer Rick Barry.
Former San Francisco 49ers President Carmen Policy has been tapped by the Oakland Raiders and the San Diego Chargers to help promote the construction of a $1.7 billion stadium in the city of Carson.
John Madden said quarterbacks have had a long history of wanting to work with game footballs during the week and the “Deflategate” scandal was probably a direct result of that.
The Raiders announced the death of the three-time Pro Bowler on the team’s website. Hubbard would have been 69 on Thursday.
Madden said he won’t be tuning in when the actor and comedian takes the field at five Arizona Cactus League games, playing all nine positions.
John Madden looked back at the free agent and trade frenzy in the NFL.
The Coach talks about NFL free-trade talk that goes before players are signed, the trade rumors of 49er QB Colin Kaepernick, the signing of Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith and loss of Frank Gore.