Former Raiders receiver Tim Brown suggested a few days ago that then-Raiders coach Bill Callahan sabotaged Super Bowl XXXVII with a late change of the offensive game plan. On Wednesday, Brown said that’s not what he meant. Read More
Former Raiders wide receiver Tim Brown said in a recent radio interview that much of the blame for the Raiders’ 48-21 loss to Tampa Bay in Super Bowl XXXVII in 2003, following the 2002 season, should go to coach Bill Callahan, suggesting some of Callahan’s decisions in the days leading up to the game seemed like sabotoge. Read More
It was something that Tim Brown had heard soon after retiring from the NFL in 2005, and it’s something he’s often heard since. “Of course I had heard, ‘Oh, you should be a first-ballot Hall of Famer,” said the former Raiders receiver who this year is one of 15 finalists for the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Read More
Former Raider receiver and NFL great Tim Brown was known for good hands and keeping his cool, and that’s exactly what two San Francisco kids were honored for on Friday at City Hall.
Brown stopped by the rotunda on Friday to honor Stephan Lang, 11, and Zoey Levin, 10, whose quick thinking and deft dialing may have saved their mothers’ lives. Read More
A little of this, and a lot of that ...
- David Stern should be ashamed of himself. For days, the NBA commissioner stood by silently as his league took center stage of the sports world — in its offseason — thanks to LeBron James’ self-glorification ceremony on ESPN. Then, two days after the special, he declares it to be “ill-conceived” and in poor taste? Read More