Raiders punter Chris Kluwe has gotten his hands on Google's Skynet eyewear, Google Glass, and is using it to capture some point-of-view action from training camp this summer.
Do you like kicking? Do you really, really, really like kicking? Then hot damn, was yesterday's shitty Raiders game the game for you!
Austin Pacheco, a high school senior out of Carson City, Nev. who will probably be made very rich by an NFL contract in a few years, kicked a game-winning field goal on Friday night—from 64 yards and with room to spare. This is, if you recall, one yard longer than Sebastian Janikowski's record-tying 63-yard field…
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Oakland made Sebastian Janikowski the highest-paid kicker, to go along with their punter's record deal. Because when you can't score and can't stop anyone from scoring, might as well throw money at special teams. [Oakland Tribune]