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Raiders fans had sold out every game at the Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum for more than 10 years, and 9,000 of them would meet the team at the airport after it won the 1980 AFC championship game.
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In 73 days, it will be a happy Monday as they Raiders will be opening the 2018 season at home against the Rams. The Raiders are hoping their new number 73 will have torn up training camp and preseason to earn the starting defensive tackle job. Maurice Hurst was the teams fifth round pick with the talent of a top five overall pick.
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Michigan defensive tackle Maurice Hurst would fit perfectly into the Raiders new defensive scheme under Paul Guenther. The problem is no one is willing to touch him because of a pre-existing heart condition he played with in college. Most teams have reportedly taken Hurst off their draft boards – the Raiders apparently being one of those teams.
While not only insensitive, its a really dumb comment from a strategy perspective. If he falls out of first then all other players taken a player earlier and a player might not fall to you because this player wint be taken. Players safety way more important but still from draft perspective it effects you even if your team didnt need a dt.
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But the Raiders might only have three surefire returning starters on defense in Gareon Conley, Maurice Hurst and Whitehead, and voids surrounding them are more likely to be filled in free agency (and with the No. 4 pick) with the Raiders needing reliable starters or even just stop-gaps.
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Maurice Hurst’s heart condition caused him to slip down the draft, but now he and the Raiders are ready to focus on his rookie season. Raiders, maurice hurst ready to move beyond DT’s heart condition | NBCS Bay Area
Michigan’s Maurice Hurst is the type of big-motor, athletic, versatile player that fits the 3-4 scheme but can also bump down to a pass-rushing role on third downs.
In this week’s Raiders Spotlight, rookie defensive tackle Maurice Hurst discusses his first career sack in the NFL and addresses the importance of getting a win in Week 4.