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Randy:
Davis family will retain ownership of Raiders
http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2011/10/08/SPLP1LEMCC.DTL

Randy:
Will Estate Taxes Force Al Davis' Family to Sell The Oakland Raiders?

Al Davis had his own staff of attorneys that worked right there at Raiders headquarters from what I've heard. The way he was always so shrewd about handling the salary cap and anything else of a legal nature, I'll bet he had this all planned out and has insured that the team will stay in his family. It sounds that way from the few comments Amy Trask has made so far. I just hope that Al didn't overestimate how much longer he would live and maybe didn't get everything established before he passed. Hopefully he had all the i's dotted and all the t's crossed.

http://www.forbes.com/sites/trialandheirs/2011/10/10/will-estate-taxes-force-al-davis-family-to-sell-the-oakland-raiders/

RaiderRay:
Interesting articles…  In the end it seems to come down to business with the Raiders.  I like the fact that they let their employees help sell tickets instead of just kicking their ass to the curb… 
I am not afraid to admit that the front office is FUBAR, but at least they gave their employees the option to work in order to keep their jobs… 

Randy:
A column that originally appeared in The San Francisco Chronicle on Sept. 28, 1961.
This explains why the Raiders went 2-12 in 1961 and 1-13 in 1962.

http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2011/08/05/PKC51KEKCL.DTL

Randy:
Raiders' front office takes unique approach to lockout

http://www.usatoday.com/sports/football/nfl/raiders/2011-05-17-lockout-salary-incentive_N.htm

      

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