The Oakland Raiders are horrendous. They are 2-9 and have lost their starting running back LaMont Jordan for the season, thanks to an MCL tear. A great article out of San Francisco, where apparently the Raiders managing partner Al Davis can't unload 31 percent of the team. If we are to believe Forbes Magazine, 31 percent of the team would be worth $228 million. The problem, according the San Francisco Chronicle, is that the 77-year-old owner isn't willing to promise any control with the stake or any timetable when he will leave. That's a hard sale, especially with the Raiders in the dumps.
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