Baltimore Sun

McDaniels has a happy homecoming


The Raiders gave coach Josh McDaniels a successful homecoming in his debut on their sideline. Josh Jacobs, rookie Zamir White and Austin Walter ran well on a rain-soaked field and the Raiders routed the Jaguars 27-11 in the Hall of Fame game Thursday night, spoiling coach Doug Pederson’s first game with the Jaguars. McDaniels grew up in this historic football town and played for his father, Thom McDaniels, at Canton McKinley High School on this field at Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium, known as Fawcett Stadium during his time as varsity quarterbac­k and kicker. “It was a unique opportunit­y, very grateful that I had it,” McDaniels said. “It’s the first time I’ve been to this Hall of Fame game it in 22 years. To have an opportunit­y to do that with him here, my family and people who helped me along the way, it was a special night for them.” Derek Carr and Davante Adams warmed up but they didn’t get a chance to play their first game together since Fresno State. Carr and Adams were among many starters who sat out for both teams. Jaguars QB Trevor Lawrence also did not play.

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