Former Raiders LB Neiron Ball fights for his life after suffering aneurysm - Silver And Black Pride
Today the Raiders issued a Tweet asking for thoughts and prayers for former player Neiron Ball, who suffered his second major brain trauma earlier this month.
This weeks edition illustrating who shined and who faltered in the contest against the Dolphins.
The Raiders have blown three second-half leads in this short season which has been comprised of the Raiders competing in the first half before falling apart in the second half. A far cry from Del Rio’s Raiders in 2016 which consistently came roaring back from the jaws of defeat to snatch victory.
Two weeks after saying that Carr wasn’t been aggressive enough, Gruden is not stating that Carr has become too aggressive and that he was trying too hard. Specifically, according to Gruden, Carr “. . . needs to learn a little bit more patience and I think he will. I’m really excited about the way he has played and improved and mastered this offense.”
The consistent losing combined with Gruden personal scouting system has generated a storm of discontent regarding Gruden’s actions during his head coaching tenure. Fair or not, Gruden’s return to the Bay Area has been marred with a 0-3 start and he will have an opportunity to right the Raiders ship against the Browns.
Bolles lack of awareness, and undisciplined technique combined with the fact that he is one of the most penalized offensive lineman in the NFL makes him a potential bust if he doesn’t turn it around.
The title says it all. The Chiefs are looking like the real deal at this point behind Andy Reid and Pat Mahomes blistering offense.
With rumors swirling regarding Seattle Seahawks safety Earl Thomas and where he may end up, according to Terez Paylor of Yahoo! Sports, the Chiefs are actually a potential destination. Reid did not deny the rumors.
With the injury to veteran CB Davon House, the Green Packers signed Breeland off the street to fill his roster spot. Breeland will likely play behind a talented Packers secondary until he gains a better understanding of their system.
He plays special teams as a gunner and a punt returner, throws the ball, runs the ball, and catches the ball. He plays all over the field and was effective in all of them. Talk about a Swiss army knife of a player.
With the first four weeks of the college football season past us, Bucky Brooks and Daniel Jeremiah have each updated their rankings of the nation’s top 25 prospects and combined them into this list.