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AUDIO: 12/22/19 – Michael Lombardi on Future of Derek Carr, Moe Moton, Gilbert Manzano

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AUDIO: 12/22/19 – Michael Lombardi on Future of Derek Carr, Moe Moton, Gilbert Manzano


The conversation in Raider Nation this week was all about quarterback Derek Carr and his future with the Raiders. Radio.com Sports NFL Insider Michael Lombardi joined us with his view of a “disconnect” between Carr and coach Jon Gruden. He tells us why he thinks so, why he’s tired of excuses when it comes to Carr’s performance and gives insight into Gruden’s mindset.

Lombardi’s interview is a must-listen whether you love or hate Carr as the Raiders signal-caller.

Also: Our Sr. NFL Columnist Moe Moton gives us his opinion that perhaps Carr doesn’t deserve all the blame. Moton tells us why fans and the media should perhaps look at Gruden’s running of the Oakland offense.

Finally, Gilbert Manzano talked about the future of the Chargers in Los Angeles and of their quarterback Philip Rivers.

Catch the Silver and Black Today radio show which airs every Sunday from 8am-10am in Las Vegas. ALSO: Listen to our new Tuesday night show, SILVER AND BLACK TONIGHT, Tuesdays 6-7pm. Both can also be streamed live nationwide on the Radio.com app.

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Radio.com Sports Insider, and former Raiders executive, Michael Lombardi was our guest this Sunday on Silver and Black Today on CBS Sports Radio 1140.

SilverAndBlackToday.com is our 24/7 website covering all things Raiders. We also have our regular podcast, and it and the radio show archive, are available for download on iTunes or Google Podcasts, stream and follow on SpotifySoundcloud & Spreaker.

Chaz Osborne is a former scout for the Los Angeles Lakers and a long-time NFL & Raiders aficionado. Osborne is a regular contributor on the website, the Silver and Black Today podcast, and CBS Sports Radio 1140-AM. He resides in Las Vegas.

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