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Paul Zimmerman
September 02, 1991
To Al Davis, they are not really Roger Craig and Ronnie Lott, two aging superstars who came to the Los Angeles Raiders, along with their hefty salaries, via Plan B. No, they are Johnny Mize and Country Slaughter. They are all the famous names that the New York Yankees used to bring in to squeeze a little more greatness out of their careers. Plug a guy in here, another one there, and we'll still be on top. "I loved the old Yankees," says Davis, the Raider boss, "I loved their theory that when a great player was available you grabbed him, no matter what people said, no matter how much it cost."
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September 02, 1991

Afc West

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