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Fri, 01 Mar 2002 09:17:04 -0800
The San Francisco Chronicle reports the Oakland Raiders have released S Marquez Pope and G Frank Middleton. The Raiders still need to make more moves to get under the $71.1 million cap. The team also had no word from veteran cornerback Eric Allen about whether he planned to return for a 15th season.
Tue, 26 Feb 2002 11:14:52 -0800
The Sacramento Bee reports the Oakland Raiders could release OLB Elijah Alexander, RB/KR Terry Kirby and SS Marquez Pope in their continued quest to get under the salary cap.
Thu, 24 Jan 2002 19:13:49 -0800
ESPN reports the Oakland Raiders complete expansion list as: LB Elijah Alexander, S Marquez Pope, WR Marcus Knight, RB Terry Kirby and DL Josh Taves.
Wed, 23 Jan 2002 09:30:50 -0800
John Ryan reports for the San Jose Mercury News the Oakland Raiders have reportedly placed LB Elijah Alexander and S Marquez Pope on their expansion list.
Wed, 12 Dec 2001 20:53:15 -0800
Steve Corkran reports for the Contra Costa Times Oakland Raiders S Johnnie Harris will take over as the team's starting strong safety in place of Marquez Pope. "That's been my (goal) all year," Harris said. "I've always wanted to be the starter. I just didn't get the chance. Now, I have to rise to the occasion." "I don't feel like I need to be benched," Pope said. Pope said he now is relegated to playing primarily on third-down and goal-line plays.
Wed, 05 Dec 2001 20:50:37 -0800
Steve Corkran reports for the Contra Costa Times Oakland Raiders FB Jon Ritchie (ankle) and starting RG Mo Collins (leg) did not practice and are "doubtful, at best, for this game," coach Jon Gruden said. CB Charles Woodson and starting LT Barry Sims (foot) did not practice and both remain questionable Sunday. Gruden said rookie S Derrick Gibson likely will see some action at strong safety Sunday. Marquez Pope is expected to start, but not play the whole game.
Wed, 24 Oct 2001 21:41:28 -0700
Steve Corkran reports for the Contra Costa Times Oakland Raiders starting RG Mo Collins (leg) and SS Marquez Pope (hamstring) did not practice earlier today. Both Collins and Pope are questionable for Sunday. LT Barry Sims (foot) practiced and is expected to play Sunday. Backup QB Bobby Hoying began throwing but remains a week to 10 days away from taking any reps, coach Jon Gruden said.
Tue, 16 Oct 2001 07:29:42 -0700
The San Jose Mercury News reports the Oakland Raiders are hoping this week's BYE will help their walking wounded. The team has scheduled MRI exams for G Mo Collins (right calf) and RB Tyrone Wheatley (right knee) and are hoping the time off will help S Marquez Pope's sore hamstring, S Derrick Gibson's broken hand, OL Barry Sims' injured foot and QB Bobby Hoying's injured right elbow. Gruden gave the players Monday and today off and they won't practice this weekend.
Mon, 15 Oct 2001 09:28:59 -0700
The San Jose Mercury News reports the Oakland Raiders head into the BYE week with some injury issues. Starting SS Marquez Pope left last night's game after aggravating a hamstring injury that cropped up during practice Thursday. Johnnie Harris played in his place despite lingering injuries to his sternum and shoulder. Frank Middleton made his second consecutive surprise start at right guard in place of Mo Collins, who was inactive because of hamstring tendinitis. S Derrick Gibson (broken hand) played only on special teams.
Tue, 25 Sep 2001 07:31:20 -0700
The Contra Costa Times reports Oakland Raiders RB Tyrone Wheatley (neck), SS Marquez Pope (left shoulder), FS Anthony Dorsett (ribs), LB Bobby Brooks (hamstring) and DB Johnnie Harris (left shoulder) sustained or aggravated injuries against Miami, coach Jon Gruden said. All will be evaluated further this week. They join starting C Barret Robbins on the list of injured Raiders.
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