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With their crazy owner Al Davis, the Oakland Raiders are constantly in some sort of quagmire.
Davis is renowned for making the most boneheaded personnel moves, most notably taking kicker Sebastian Janikowski in the first round of the 2000 draft, and recently passing up Michael Crabtree for fleet-footed, yet board-handed receiver Darius Heyward-Bey.
Oakland begins the final day of cap negotiations more than $15 million over the limit, a staggeringly high figure for a team that didn't even make the playoffs last season, and has few noteworthy stars on their roster.
Richard Seymour is a guy who Davis might target to alleviate some pressure on the team. The veteran will most likely be agreeable, as he cashed in big time by signing a two-year, $30 million deal before his age-32 season.
But still, $15 million is heck of a lot of money to make up in less than 12 hours. Leave it to the Raiders to put themselves in that position.