It's not a personality conflict. It's flat-out lying and bringing disgrace to the organizationCabel replaces Kiffin as Raiders coach Sep 30, 2008
You'd think the NBA would pull both sides into a room, knock their heads together and say, 'Let's get this resolved,' because it will be a bloodbath in that courtroomSonics trial could be ugly, lawyer says Jun 03, 2008
I don't think Sean Payton turned down the job because Sean Payton was never offered the jobSean Payton stays with Cowboys Jan 21, 2004
I wish the Raiders and Mr. Davis the best in their quest to win another championship. That's all I'm going to sayMarcus Allen elected to Hall of Fame Jan 25, 2003
I'd like to do something special and go into the Hall of Fame as both a Chief and a Raider if that's possibleMarcus Allen elected to Hall of Fame Jan 25, 2003
Allen "Al" Davis (born July 4, 1929, in Brockton, Massachusetts) is an American football executive, who currently serves as the principal owner (titled as "president of the general partner" or "managing general partner," depending on the source) of the NFL's Oakland Raiders.
Born to a wealthy family in Brockton, Massachusetts, Davis spent his youth in the Flatbush neighborhood of Brooklyn and attended Erasmus Hall High School. He attended Wittenberg University and Syracuse University, where he earned a degree in English. Upon graduation, he began his coaching career as the line coach at Adelphi College from 1950 to 1951. From there Davis served as the head coach of the U.S. Army team at Ft. Belvoir, Virginia from 1952 to 1953. His next coaching assignment was as the line coach and chief recruiter for The Citadel. From 1957 to 1959 Davis was an offensive line coach at the University of Southern California.
Davis' first coaching experience in professional football came as the offensive end coach of the Los Angeles/San Diego Chargers from 1960 to 1962.