Oakland Raiders Corporate Office Headquarters

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Oakland Raiders Corporate Office Headquarters
The Oakland Raiders, A California Limited Partnership
1220 Harbor Bay Pkwy.
Alameda, CA 94502 USA
Corporate Phone Number: 1-510-864-5000
Fax: 510-864-5160
Email: [email protected]
Season Ticket Information: 510-864-5020
Single-Game Ticket Information:Online Only



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  1. Mr. Davis, If you happen to see this message. Please keep the Raiders in Oakland if at all possible. The Autumn wind aint blowin in San Antonio. Mr. AL Davis would be spinning in his grave if the raiders move to Texas. The NFL has is slowly losing touch with reality and has no concept of what tradition means anymore. There is only one remaining team that still holds tight to tradition and that is the packers. But to hell with tradition its all about money. Even the game has become secondary in this business.

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    1. I was raised back in the days of Lamonica, Balitinacoff, Ben Davidson, Dan Conners, George Blanda Coach John Madden and all of the best. Lead by the great Mr.Al Davis.I will be a DIE HARD FAN TILL THE DAY I DIE. Denver and KC are are rivalreys. Remember the day Elway cried. KICK DENVERS BUTT PLEASE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Your young talented players can do it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  2. "Commitment to Excellence".....more like "Commitment to Crappiness". The Raiders suck and are great comedy for fans of other NFL teams. Watching the Raiders screw up week after week is like watching the Bad News Bears. Congrats on not only notching your first win of the season last week against the Chiefs but looking like idiots in the process at the end of the game.

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  3. Raiders get crushed 52-0 by the Rams. This team stinks worse than a sewage overflow at the O.co mausoleum.

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  4. Why not just bring in McGloin in obvious running situations...put him under center, get the first down or touchdown and bring in Carr for all other times?

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  5. My husband is a tried and true 40 year raider fan. I was NEVER one who cheered, rooted for or cared about the world of football.As the season approached my husbands excitement grew. He told me of the great al Davis, he told of the hall of famers, I watched listened and now I am a Fan. Watching them has sent me on a emotional rollercoaster as I now watch this team. I say, coach Delrio, Derrick Carr, Crab, Coop, Mario E. Jr., and a whole lot of Mack-aroni, it appears to this new comer tan tha this is a reincarnation of that team Al and my husband so proudly knew,remember and love.I stand with lacy black brazier in hand yelling to MY team..."JUST WIN BABY!"
    Wife of the one and only Football Gargoyle

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  6. Therre should be no politics in football. I taugh school and was not allowed to bring politics or religion into the classroom/worplace. As long as 1 member of either team protests, I will not watch the ga.. Since Marshawn Lynch protests, I will not be watching the game.

    I was looking forward to watching games in Vegas. Guess that won't happen now.

    And if there is no football to watch, I'll watch NASCAR.

    R. Ferrell

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  7. I am embarrassed by the actions of this team and the rest of the NFL. Not to stand and salute the flag as the National Anthem is played, or not even come out of the locker room, as some teams did. Show some Respect for this great nation and all who served , past present and future. As a 40+ yrs of being a fan of the NFL. I can say I am fed up with the antics of these players and teams. Show some class, show some respect. Or the NFL will be History. Mark my words!

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