NFL Network analyst and former 49ers head coach Steve Mariucci talked to Deuce & J-Ross to discuss his football camp for athletes with down syndrome. For more information check out FootballCampfortheStars.com. Mooch also talked about […]
On Thursday’s show, Deuce & J-Ross previewed the NBA Finals, talked about Matt Cain’s rough start and relived the brilliance of Yoenis Cespedes against the Angels. Deuce and J-Ross also talked about Kevin Love’s […]
Check out Keith Brooks and Carmichael Dave’s interview with Oakland Raider fullback, Marcel Reece at Raider Headquarters and what he had to say about the NFL Draft and the 2014/15 Raider season. Picture and video […]
On Monday’s show, Deuce & J-Ross looked back on the NFL Draft and Deuce explained why grading the draft is like trying to figure out if your new-born baby is going to turn out […]
With day one of the draft in the books, Deuce & J-Ross recapped the draft with Matt Maiocco, NIU head coach Rod Carey, Raiders legend Tim Brown and Super Bowl winner Cato June. Deuce is […]
Raiders legend Tim Brown joined Deuce & J-Ross to reflect on day one of the draft and gave his views of the Raiders offseason. Brown also talked about how the draft has changed since […]
By Dave “Deuce” Mason The “P” Word Patience. Yes, that’s a repulsive word if you’re sports fan because WE DON’T HAVE TIME TO BE PATIENT. OK, I’ll stop yelling. Raiders fans hate this word because […]
Former NFL executive and MMQB writer Andrew Brandt talks to the guys about Reggie McKenzie’s start to free agency, Kaepernick’s worth and what he thinks about the start of NFL free agency.
The Oakland Raiders opened free agency on Tuesday by agreeing to a five-year, $42.5 million contract with offensive lineman Rodger Saffold and keeping oft-injured running back Darren McFadden on a one-year deal worth up to $4 million.
Former Oakland A’s, 49ers and Grizzlies executive Andy Dolich joins Deuce and Jason Ross to talk about the latest about the stadium issues in Oakland. He tells the guys that San Jose is not a […]
Coach Dennis Allen will be part of the reconstruction of the Oakland Raiders after spending his first two years overseeing the deconstruction.
He used himself as a shield to break a woman’s fall. The Stockton man who tried to break a woman’s 50-foot fall at a Raiders game told CBS13 he’s no hero.