Alameda -- One day after Oakland's bitter 27-21 overtime defeat at the hands of the San Diego Chargers, Raider Coach Bill Callahan said today that an even bigger loss occurred with the injury to rookie cornerback sensation Phillip Buchanon, who will need two months to recover from a fractured wrist.
ALAMEDA -- The Raiders, whose defense is already decimated by injuries, will have to play without running back Terry Kirby for the rest of the season and rookie cornerback Phillip Buchanon for eight weeks, coach Bill Callahan announced at his weekly press conference here today.
ALAMEDA -- The way Raiders head coach Bill Callahan was talking about his battered team yesterday, you might have thought he was referring to chess, analyzing which piece to move next to bolster his defense.
ALAMEDA — It won’t be the same defensive line-up that had Oakland charging 4 – 0 towards the Super Bowl. Raiders coach Bill Callahan, looking at a long injury list after Sunday’s 27 – 21 overtime defeat by the Chargers, is still not sure who will man the team’s crippled secondary.
ALAMEDA -- The Oakland Raiders put forth a brave and optimistic face today despite devastating injuries that will force the team to face the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday -- and quite possibly play the rest of the season -- without two key players, veteran running back Terry Kirby and rookie cornerback Phillip Buchanon, coach Bill Callahan said today.
ALBANY -- UC Berkeley officials announced plans tonight to nearly triple the number of new housing units ? from 200 to nearly 600 ? in next summer?s scheduled expansion of University Village, the student and faculty housing complex on San Pablo Avenue.
EMERYVILLE -- For 14-year old Liliana Lares, the family business is a sleek black Dodge pick-up truck parked in Emeryville on the corner of San Pablo Avenue and 47th Street, bed brimming with swollen, green watermelons.
ALBANY - Wes Hammond and his friends enjoy driving down a road well-traveled, even if the road is not as famous as it used to be. In some places it’s not even a road anymore.
ALBANY -- George Clark was just getting into one of his favorite subjects when a listener raised a hand to ask if it was all right to interrupt him to ask questions.