NFL: Former QB Gannon won’t offer more help to Raiders
ALAMEDA, Calif. — Rich Gannon won’t be offering his help to the Oakland Raiders again any time soon.
A day after the Raiders rebuffed an offer of help from their former quarterback, Gannon said on Sirius NFL Radio on Thursday that “I won’t make that call again.”
Gannon said on his show Wednesday that he had called team owner Al Davis to offer any help for the organization and struggling young quarterback JaMarcus Russell. The Raiders responded that Gannon was the one who needed help.
Gannon won the 2002 league MVP for the Raiders, leading them to the Super Bowl that season. Oakland has lost at least 11 games in all seven seasons since — the longest such streak in NFL history.