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Raiders, Chargers plan possible shared Los Angeles-area home The Oakland Raiders and San Diego Chargers are planning a shared stadium in the Los Angeles area if both teams fail to get new stadium deals in their current hometowns, the teams said in a joint statement, ...
Oakland Raiders, San Diego Chargers Moving Forward With $1.7B Stadium To Share In SoCal The Oakland Raiders Thursday night announced plans to share a stadium in Southern California with the San Diego Chargers if both NFL teams fail to find new stadium solutions in their hometowns.
Chargers, Raiders threaten to join forces and move to Los Angeles The Oakland Raiders andÂ SanÂ DiegoÂ ChargersÂ are planning a shared stadium in the Los Angeles area if both teams fail to get new stadium deals in their current hometowns. The NFL teamsÂ teams said they have tried and failed for years to find stadium solutions in Oakland andÂ SanÂ Diego.
Oakland Raiders propose LA-area stadium, shared with Chargers The Oakland Raiders on Thursday unveiled a proposal for a Southern California stadium to be shared with the San Diego Chargers, even as the team pledged to keep working to build a new stadium for the Raiders in Oakland.
Oakland Raiders, San Diego Chargers Planning Possible Shared Home In Southern California The statement says the teams have tried for years to find stadium solutions in Oakland and San Diego, and both may be forced to move to remain economically viable.
Bolts, Raiders reveal joint L.A. stadium plan The San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders announced Thursday that they have collaborated on a proposal to build a privately financed, $1.7 billion stadium in Carson, California, that the two teams would share if they relocate to the Los Angeles market.
Oakland Raiders, San Diego Chargers might share a stadium The Oakland Raiders and San Diego Chargers are planning a shared stadium in the Los Angeles area if both teams fail to get new stadium deals in their current hometowns, the teams said in a joint statement, adding another layer of complexity to a possible NFL return to the region.
Raiders, Chargers announce joint venture for possible Los Angeles-area stadium CARSON, Calif. â€” The Oakland Raiders and San Diego Chargers are planning a shared stadium in the Los Angeles area if both teams fail to get new stadium deals in their current hometowns, the teams said in a joint statement, adding another layer of complexity to a possible NFL return to the region.
Money the issue with keeping Raiders in Oakland While Oakland and Alameda County leaders say they are open to improving infrastructure at the Coliseum site, they are adamant that they will not subsidize a new stadium for the Oakland Raiders.
Raiders and Chargers Present Joint Stadium Plan The Oakland Raiders and the San Diego Chargers are thinking about moving out of their cities since they haven't gotten a new stadium. They've proposed a 1.7 billion dollar stadium in Carson which the two teams would share in the Los Angeles market. Thursday both teams announced a possible joint stadium in Carson and already city leaders and community members are waiting for them with open arms ...
August 30, 2006
He was born on March 3, 1978 in Walbrzych, Poland and lives in Daytona Beach, Florida. Currently plays as a placekicker for the NFL's Oakland Raiders. His nicknames are the "Polish Powderkeg", the "Polish Cannon", "Sea Bass" and "Lightning Feet".
He played football only in his senior season at Seabreeze High in Daytona Beach, Florida. It was 31-of-31 on extra points and 9-of-15 on field goals. He nailed a career-long 60-yarder against Palatka, which was also the second longest field goal in state history. He also hit field goals from 56, 53 and 51 yards and had just two kickoffs returned and 80 percent went through the end zone. He was First team All-USA selection by USA Today and also earned All-American accolades. He was even selected to play in the Florida-Georgia All-Star Game and was listed as the state's top kicking prospect on the Florida Times-Union Super 75. He scored a state record 69 goals as a senior for the school's soccer team. He was a former member of the Polish national under-17 soccer team. He turned down various soccer contract offers in South America to enroll at Florida State.
He attended Florida State and took up a major on General Studies. In only three seasons, finished Florida State career ranked second on the school's career record list in scoring with 324 points. In 1999, he was selected to become a member of the consensus of All-American and All-Atlantic Coast Conference first team selection. He was also a recipient of the Lou Groza Award, given to the nation's top kicking specialist. He also led the team in scoring with 116 points, the third-highest season total in school history.
Also as sophomore, he won the Lou Groza Award and was named All-American by the Associated Press, Football Writer's Association and Football News. He was the First team All-ACC pick. He set school and ACC records for field goals in a season with 27. He also made 27 out of his 32 attempts. Set the ACC and Florida State season kick scoring record with 123 points, which also ranks second on the FSU all-time season scoring list. He led the nation with an average of 2.25 field goals per game. He made a career-high eight PATs to go with 35 and 40-yard field goals against Duke.
In 2000,he had a team-high 112 points to rank fifth in the AFC and ninth in the NFL. The 112 points were the most scored by a Raider since 1993.
He played in 15 games in 2001, missing the final regular season contest. He had 111 points to lead the team for the second straight season
In 2002, he played in all 16 league games while leading the team in scoring for the third straight season with 128 points, second-highest in team history behind Jeff Jaeger, who had 132 points in 1993. The 128-point performance ranked first in the AFC and was tied for fourth in the NFL. His posted career highs in field goal attempts with 33 and field goals made with 26. Also, set career highs in kickoffs , kickoffs into the end zone and touchbacks. The 22 touchbacks ranked first in the NFL. Finished the season by making 18 of his last 20 FG attempts.
He played in all 16 league games and led the team in scoring for the fourth consecutive season with 94 points in 2003. He converted 88 percent of field goal attempts and connected on a career-long and franchise record 55-yard field goal at Detroit.
In 2004 season, he played in all 16 games and led the team in scoring for the fifth consecutive year and topped the century mark in scoring for the fourth time in five years, finishing with 106 points which tallied the 100th field goal of his career against Tampa Bay.
He led the team in scoring for the sixth straight season, racking up 90 points in 2005. Connected on 20 of 30 field goal attempts and was perfect on 30 extra points and kicked off 70 times and put 22 in the end zone with 11 touchbacks. He was named AFC Special Teams Player of the Week for Week 4 when he was perfect on four field goal attempts and accounted for 13 of the team's 19 points in a 19-13 victory over Dallas.