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Video: former Ohio State standout, Raiders DE Jay Richardson stops by TBH Unleahsed

Jay Richardson, a former Ohio State standout who helped his team win the 2002 BCS National Championship and complete an undefeated season, joined Michael and Jeremy from The Black Hole Unleashed to give his take on what the Raiders can correct after their loss to Tampa Bay.

Jay’s interview begins at the 29:00 minute mark in the above video. 

Richardson was drafted in the fifth round of the 2007 draft and played for the Raiders for three seasons. He also spent time with the Seahawks, Jets and Saints before ending his playing career. Richardson now serves as a TV analyst for “The Football Fever” program which airs on ABC 6 in Ohio.

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