“(It’s a) serious organizational issue at the heart of the Jets’ culture,” one executive told Metro. “I’m not sure if, with all due respect, that what Mr. Johnson is saying adds up.”
“The real (Paterno) was tough, and he wasn’t particularly nice all the time,” Posnanski said. “His players hated him when they played for him, but so many admired him and believed that he changed their lives.”
In the wake of Raiders owner Al Davis’ death, new rhetoric is bound to spring up about the franchise’s future in Oakland, undoubtedly sparking new rounds of discussion as to whether the Raiders would return to Los Angeles.
Before he became a caricature, Al Davis ran the most feared football team on Earth. From the late 1960s into the ‘80s, the Oakland Raiders were an asylum of violent offenders whose crimes were legal on Sundays, appearing in four Super Bowls and winning three.
Legendary Oakland Raiders’ owner and NFL icon Al Davis passed away on Saturday. The trailblazer will be remember for his many contributions to football.
The Knicks beat down the Spurs, Joe Klecko joins the program, Raiders QB Jason Campbell offers a playoff preview, and Gerry Cooney refrains from punching Craig.