The theme of the Raiders off-season has been that of the team adding those players other teams gave up on. They're all "salty veterans" with "chips on their shoulders" and "something to prove". And as in most cases, the talk gets tiresome so the need is to take that talk and use it to one's advantage. "It's OK every now and then to be the bad guy, I guess," said Maurice Jones-Drew. "We're just kind of the throwaways it seems like." "The Throwaways" has a nice ring to it. Sounds a lot like the action film "The Expendables" which was cast mostly of over the hill action stars. NFL players are...
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