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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Richard Seymour
Ray Lewis, Brian Urlacher and Ronde Barber grabbed the headlines by retiring, walking away from the game when they almost certainly still could have contributed to NFL teams.
They lead the league in penalties _ as sure a sign as any that all is well in the NFL after a summer full of trouble.
Oakland Raiders coach Hue Jackson has no regrets regarding his team's first-round draft pick this year. After all, what's not to like about a 10-year veteran with three Super Bowl rings and six trips to the Pro Bowl?
A cross-country flight and a day to reflect did little to ease the pain of a memorable collapse by the Oakland Raiders defense.
The compacted training camps and abridged free agency are challenges for everyone. They could be doubly difficult for the eight NFL teams with new head coaches installing their schemes on the fly and getting their first real look at their rosters following the 136-day lockout.
Rookie center Stefen Wisniewski is trying to learn the Oakland Raiders' offense without a playbook.
Richard Seymour is leading 33 of his Oakland teammates in workouts in suburban Atlanta _ nearly 2,500 miles from the Raiders' headquarters in Alameda, Calif.
With no minicamps, offseason workouts or other football activities during the NFL lockout, every member of the Oakland Raiders organization is now part of the ticket staff.
Bill Belichick is a wheeler-dealer during the NFL draft. In each of the last two years he made seven trades while it was going on.
Buffalo Bills defensive tackle Kyle Williams has been added to the AFC Pro Bowl roster as an injury replacement for Oakland's Richard Seymour.
Head West, young man, and leave behind any notions of finding good football.
Steelers coach Mike Tomlin is refusing to criticize the NFL for not suspending Oakland defensive end Richard Seymour or the club-record 163 yards in penalties assessed his team during a 35-3 rout of the Raiders on Sunday.
A blowout loss to Pittsburgh to end a three-game winning streak was bad enough for the Oakland Raiders.
When No. 13 Miami opens its season against Florida A&M on Thursday night, the Hurricanes won't exactly be worried about dirty plays.
When Mario Henderson gets beat in a pass-blocking drill at practice for the Oakland Raiders, he immediately hits the ground for his punishment.
Reflecting on his time in New England, Seymour said on a conference call, can wait until retirement.