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Michael C. Jones has over ten years' experience covering professional sports. He has written for Southern California's Press-Enterprise and contributed to Yahoo! Sports among other platforms. He is also the Editor of, a West Coast-centric sports hub. Michael is excited to bring his passion for sports to SB Nation as a contributing writer.

Seymour headlines list of Raiders DNPs

The Raiders are relatively healthy, but it hasn't translated into any late-season success.

Formal announcement on Nakajima to come Tuesday

The Oakland A's plan to introduce the Japanese star on Tuesday, according to sources.

Warriors F Lee earns Western Conference POW honors

David Lee has worked hard all season long -- and now he's been recognized for it as the Western Conference Player of the Weak.

49es to face biggest defensive test at New England

The Niners' No. 1 defense will travel to Foxborough to face the New England Patriots in a classic battle of East vs. West.

Chiefs vs. Raiders: Will Pryor get a shot to play?

In a meaningless game, will the Raiders QB have an opportunity to play significant snaps vs. the lowly Chiefs? At this point, it's about all that the Raiders have left to try to salvage.

Oakland sells out game vs. Chiefs, avoids blackout

The Raiders sold out the Coliseum for Sunday's matchup with their hated division rival in the home season finale.

USD head coach interviews for SJSU vacancy

While on a recruiting trip, the Bay Area native met with SJSU officials regarding the open head coaching job.

Boone ready for action vs. Wilfork at New England

The third-year offensive lineman has plenty of respect for the Pats' man in the middle and knows he's one of the reasons why their run defense is so strong.

Bucks' backcourt overwhelms Kings on the road

Tyreke Evans was efficient, scoring 17 points in 22 minutes off the bench, but it wasn't enough for the Kings to overcome strong performances from Monta Ellis and Brandon Jennings.

Manningham sits out Wednesday's practice

Colin Kaepernick may be without one of his favorite targets yet again in Week 15.