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March 9, 1989
The Phoenix Cardinals agreed to terms with former Raider linebacker Reggie McKenzie, an unprotected free agent, for a reported $1 million over three years.
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July 30, 2012 | By Sam Farmer
NAPA, Calif. -- The Oakland Raiders know their past, are surrounded by reminders of their past, and pay homage to their past. But they're no longer stuck in their past. That's the early indication, anyway, as the Raiders begin their next chapter with new owner Mark Davis - son of the late Al Davis - first-year Coach Dennis Allen, and top football executive Reggie McKenzie, the club's first general manager since the elder Davis began running the entire operation in 1963. Al Davis died in October, and control of the franchise was passed to his son. Even the team's 2012 media guide, finally printed in color, reflects the change, bearing the slogan "A New Era of Excellence" on the cover.
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SPORTS
January 10, 2012 | By Sam Farmer
Hue Jackson has gone from out of the playoff picture to out of a job in a little more than a week. The Oakland Raiders fired Jackson on Tuesday, parting ways with him after one 8-8 season. The move was made by just-hired General Manager Reggie McKenzie, who offered few specifics other than to say it was time to go in another direction. So the franchise is now looking for its seventh coach since 2002. "I want my guy," said McKenzie, former director of football operations in Green Bay. "No disrespect to Hue Jackson, but it's a new era and we want to start anew.
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January 10, 2012 | By Sam Farmer
Hue Jackson has gone from out of the playoff picture to out of a job in a little more than a week. The Oakland Raiders fired Jackson on Tuesday, parting ways with him after one 8-8 season. The move was made by just-hired General Manager Reggie McKenzie, who offered few specifics other than to say it was time to go in another direction. So the franchise is now looking for its seventh coach since 2002. "I want my guy," said McKenzie, former director of football operations in Green Bay. "No disrespect to Hue Jackson, but it's a new era and we want to start anew.
SPORTS
July 30, 2012 | By Sam Farmer
NAPA, Calif. -- The Oakland Raiders know their past, are surrounded by reminders of their past, and pay homage to their past. But they're no longer stuck in their past. That's the early indication, anyway, as the Raiders begin their next chapter with new owner Mark Davis - son of the late Al Davis - first-year Coach Dennis Allen, and top football executive Reggie McKenzie, the club's first general manager since the elder Davis began running the entire operation in 1963. Al Davis died in October, and control of the franchise was passed to his son. Even the team's 2012 media guide, finally printed in color, reflects the change, bearing the slogan "A New Era of Excellence" on the cover.
SPORTS
December 24, 1999
A guest list of sports figures to be featured on TV and radio from today through Thursday: * Cowboys' Chad Hennings --"NFL on Fox" special, today, 11:30 a.m., Channel 11 * Lance Armstrong, Kurt Warner --"The Last Word," tonight, 6:30 and midnight, Fox Sports Net * Shaquille O'Neal (co-host) --"NBA Inside Stuff," Saturday, 10:30 a.m., Channel 4 * Ron Shelton --"Sportstalk Saturday Night," Saturday, 9-midnight, KRLA (1110) * Ricky Williams --"NFL This Morning," Sunday, 8 a.m.
SPORTS
August 20, 1985 | MARK HEISLER, Times Staff Writer
On Monday, the Raiders found one more thing they didn't like about Sunday's exhibition loss to the Washington Redskins. Veteran inside linebacker Bob Nelson underwent arthroscopic surgery for removal of a piece of bone from his right knee and will be out for at least four weeks. That leaves his spot to be fought over by four-year veteran Jack Squirek and rookie Reggie McKenzie, the 10th-round pick who has been the surprise of camp.
SPORTS
July 24, 1988 | MARK HEISLER
The Raiders, already down one inside linebacker with Matt Millen holding out while being fined $1,000 a day, lost another one. That was Jamie Kimmel, who had stepped into Millen's strong-side job. Kimmel tore a ligament in his right knee in Saturday morning's practice and will be lost for the season. Kimmel, a fourth-year player, was taken to Cedars of Sinai Medical Center, where surgery will be performed. After him, the Raiders are about out of veterans.
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February 11, 1989 | DICK RORABACK
It's "Hug a Raider Day" on Monday, and from all reports, the players lever as much grade-A gusto into the embrace as they do into a football game; maybe more, considering their 1988 record. Cost of a hug, plus an autographed photo, is $1, proceeds to the America Heart Assn., and association spokewoman Nann Miller virtually guarantees value. "They'll hug you as long as you want," says Miller, veteran of all seven previous fund-raisers. "You'll get your dollar's worth and then some."
SPORTS
March 9, 1989
The Phoenix Cardinals agreed to terms with former Raider linebacker Reggie McKenzie, an unprotected free agent, for a reported $1 million over three years.
SPORTS
September 24, 1987 | RICH ROBERTS, Times Staff Writer
So it has come to this for Vince Evans: Slipping in the side entrance on a bus full of strikebreakers, as the real Raiders stood in the rain, taunting him. "The guys were really looking kind of vicious, calling us 'scabs' and everything," Evans said. "The only one I recognized was (tight end) Todd Christensen. He had some choice words. "I like to look at things like we're all human beings. Why demean a man for what he believes is right?"
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