Raiders rookie running back Josh Jacobs is either unprepared or well-rested, depending upon whom you speak with about the Alabama standout. Former Denver Broncos back Terrell Davis prefers the latter label for Jacobs. Davis speaks from experience, given he entered the NFL having averaged only 105 touches per season during his four-year collegiate career. Put
Steve has covered the Raiders in some capacity since their return to Oakland in 1995. He was the full-time beat writer from 1997-2010. for the Contra Costa Times, Oakland Tribune and San Jose Mercury News and covered more than 400 NFL games, including four Super Bowls. He also is the co-author of a recently released book titled "Al Davis: Behind the Raiders Shield."