Raiders want nothing to do with T.O.

Sorry all you lazy journalists and bloggers out there. You’re going to have to dig a little deeper to get the scoop on where T.O. is going to get his next paycheck from.

David White of the San Francisco Chronicle is reporting that an official with the Oakland Raiders has stated that there is “No way T.O. is coming here”.

He also quotes Raider senior executive John Herrera, who lays it out as plainly as possible, “We’re not getting into the whole thing.”

I know a lot of you were willing to bet your upside down mortgage on the Raiders being the final stop on the T.O. “Diva in Diapers” tour. Unfortunately, it looks like your hate filled wet dreams will go unfulfilled.

Of course, had you been reading JBB, you’d have known that the Tom Cable regime cannot stand the smell of locker room douche (see DeAngelo Hall).

Since David White is a journalist and not a fan, he is some what restricted in his ability to run smack in an open forum. But he does get off this gem in his report:

Davis, of course, is seen as a Statue of Liberty of sorts for troubled wide receivers, taking in all comers from Art Powell (way back when) through Randy Moss and Javon Walker. That’s what makes it too easy, and almost lazy, to drop the Raiders’ name anytime a problem child needs a job.

Now, can all of you haters out there please stop listening to the Crypt Keeper and Wrong Way Mort on the Dumbo mortensenhairSports Channel?

The blame lies with the hack reporting that is conducted out in Bristol these days, so I understand why a lot of you think the way you do. But the time has come to realize that most of those Disney characters are more Pinocchio than they are Simba.

Do yourselves a favor and turn off the television, pop four Deux Deux Deuxs and pick up a newspaper. There are still some members of the media who take their jobs seriously.

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