Free agent running back Maurice Jones-Drew is coming back home to Oakland after signing a three-year contract with the Raiders on Friday.
CSN Bay Area reports that the Oakland Raiders have signed home-grown running back Maurice Jones-Drew. At age 29, coming off an injury-plagued season with Jacksonville, is Jones-Drew healthy enough to help the Raiders?
After beating up on the Jacksonville Jaguars Sunday, there is not a NFL team in a better position than the San Francisco 49ers. They have won 5 straight, have a week off to rest up, continue to get better on the field, and with several players getting over lingering injures, the 49ers figure to be even better the next time they hit the field.
The Oakland Raiders are favorites to win in Week 2 against a weak Jacksonville Jaguars. The performances from Week 1 determined who the favorite is for next Sunday’s game.
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The Oakland Raiders overcame a 14 point deficit to beat the Jaguars in overtime at the Coliseum Sunday. John Madden told the KCBS morning crew the Raiders win wasn’t pretty, especially considering the Jaguars lost star running back Maurice Jones Drew and quarterback Blaine Gabbert to injury early in the game.
The Jacksonville Jaguars are one of six teams in the NFL with only one win. With many deficiencies on both sides of the ball, the Jaguars provide the Oakland Raiders with a good chance at a win
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All eyes and many cameras were on Peyton Manning Thursday as he stepped onto the practice field for his first appearance in a Denver Bronco’s jersey. “They start evaluating him in warm-up. It’s crazy,” John Madden told the KCBS morning crew.
Maurice Jones-Drew, the Bay Area high school and UCLA star running back, skipped a mandatory Jacksonville Jaguars minicamp in a contract dispute.