Raiders fire defensive coordinator Ken Norton Jr. The Raiders, with the only defense in NFL history not to record an interception through the first 10 games of a season, fired defensive coordinator Ken Norton Jr. on Tuesday. ALAMEDA, Calif. — When Ken Norton, Jr. was not on the practice field Tuesday, players began to speculate. After the walk-through ended, an announcement came. A move has been made.
Extensive rest proved insuffient for Gareon Conley. On Monday, he turned to surgery as the next course of action. On Monday, he turned to the next course of action. The Raiders cornerback and rookie first-round pick announced on Instagram he was set to undergo surgery that same day. The procedure was related to a believed stress fracture in his shin that first sidelined him in June minicamp and ultimately all but two games this season.
Rookie safety Obi Melfionwu expressed an eagerness to fill whatever role coaches asked of him. Few expected they’d ask this. MEXICO CITY — Obi Melifonwu had the right attitude. The rookie Raiders safety missed the first half of the season to a knee injury. Before his NFL debut on Nov. 5, he expressed an eagerness to fill whatever role coaches asked of him. “I’m all for the team,” he said. “I’m a team player.”Few thought he’d be asked to do this.
Raiders officially announce they've "parted ways" with Ken Norton, Jr. Defense had no INTs in first 10 games. Also no signings in free agency. Poor player execution at times. Complex issue. Not one culprit.
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