Al Davis, good or bad for the NFL? Plaschke and Simers discuss

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Late Oakland Raiders owner Al Davis, who passed away earlier this month at age 82, was considered a bad guy and a villain by many, yet he was a pioneer who took his team to three championships.

Everything considered, was he good for the league?

Bill Plaschke and T.J. Simers discuss the topic in their video series, L.A. Loud, moderated by Times sports reporter Melissa Rohlin.


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--Melissa Rohlin