‘He Obviously Doesn’t Give a S*** What Anybody Says About That Caesar Cut’

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'He Obviously Doesn't Give a S*** What Anybody Says About That Caesar Cut'

Al Davis, the legendary Raiders owner, was the definition of cool. The black and white jumpsuits, the slicked-back hair, and the sunglasses were all part of what made the Las Vegas Raiders the iconic NFL club they are today. Mark Davis, Al’s son, now controls the club, although he isn’t quite as well-liked as his renowned father, thanks to his more reserved demeanor and much-maligned hairdo.

Former Indianapolis Colts head coach Chuck Pagano, who coached the Oakland Raiders secondary from 2005 to 2006, believes Mark Davis is much more than his attitude and bowl cut suggest.

The Raiders were passed down to Mark Davis by his legendary father, Al Davis.

Owner and managing general partner Mark Davis of the Las Vegas Raiders stands on the Raiders sideline before the team's game against the Kansas City Chiefs at Allegiant Stadium on November 14, 2021 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The Chiefs defeated the Raiders 41-14.

Owner and managing general partner Mark Davis of the Las Vegas Raiders stands on the Raiders sideline before the team's game against the Kansas City Chiefs at Allegiant Stadium on November 14, 2021 in Las Vegas, Nevada. The Chiefs defeated the Raiders 41-14. Getty Images/Mark Davis | Ethan Miller/Getty Images .

Al Davis is a legend in the NFL.

He won three Super Bowls as a coach, general manager, league commissioner, and owner. He also took the NFL to task (and to court) on many occasions during his life in order to speak up for what he felt was right.

Al Davis didn’t only challenge the league office to challenge authority. He also questioned established conventions and championed individuals and organizations that were not being treated fairly.

He hired Tom Flores (the first Latino American NFL head coach), Art Shell (the first Black head coach), and Amy Trask as the Raiders’ owner (the first female CEO).

When Al Davis died on Oct. 11, 2011, at the age of 82, the National Football League and the nation as a whole lost an important figure.

The Raiders franchise was passed down to Al’s son, Mark Davis, after his death.

Mark Davis, unlike most NFL owners, did not acquire his riches in another industry before buying a pro football team. He inherited the team from his father, who made practically all of his money by getting in on the team so early.

This is one of the reasons why some people see Mark differently from other NFL owners, but it isn’t the sole one.

ESPN’s Tim Keown created an image of an eccentric new owner in a 2014 story. Mark wears a fanny pack, drives a white 1997 Dodge Caravan SE, and still uses a 2003 Nokia push-button phone, according to Keown’s story.

To top it off, the hairdo is evocative of Lloyd and Harry from the 1994 comedy Dumb and Dumber.

Despite these quirks, former Raiders assistant Chuck Pagano believes Mark Davis is more than meets the eye.

Mark Davis, according to former Raiders assistant Chuck Pagano, is smarter than he seems.

Every week, Chuck Pagano appears on the Pat McAfee Show with his former punter, Pat McAfee. The Raiders were in the spotlight last week because of the Cleveland Browns COVID-19 outbreak, which forced their Saturday Week 15 showdown to be moved to Monday.

While McAfee and his co-hosts have made fun of Mark’s hair in the past, Pagano claims that the Raiders owner is someone the host and his friends would enjoy:

[Mark Davis] would be a hit with you people. He’s a great guy who loves to have a good time. When I was there, he wasn’t really engaged. On game days, he’d come up because Pops was still around, but he was there. He’s a fantastic individual. He’s a lot of fun and a lot of intelligence. And he clearly doesn’t care what anybody thinks about the Caesar cut. He is, however, the finest.

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It’s amazing to think about Mark Davis in this light.

Instead of the standard Dumb and Dumber-looking rich kid story around the Raiders’ owner, Pagano’s portrayal of him as a clever and cool man who “doesn’t give a s***” about what others think of him is a unique perspective.

If Mark Davis has any of his father’s intelligence, it will be beneficial to the Raiders as they attempt to recover from their disastrous season in 2021.

Mark will have to harness some of his father’s feistiness to do this, and he already seems to be ranting at the NFL for delaying Saturday’s game, as he did last week.

The Raiders face the Cleveland Browns on Monday night, despite the owner’s displeasure.

As positive COVID-19 cases flooded NFL facilities before of Week 15, some games were postponed.

The game between the Las Vegas Raiders and the Cleveland Browns on Saturday was postponed to Monday, while the games between the Washington Football Team and the Philadelphia Eagles, as well as the Seattle Seahawks and the Los Angeles Rams, were moved to Tuesday.

Mark Davis, the owner of the Raiders, was not pleased with the decision. Mark screamed at the NFL, claiming the adjustment placed his club at a “competitive disadvantage,” according to a tweet from ESPN’s Paul Gutierrez.

He further said that his squad is “100% vaccinated” and that no one on the COVID list is on their team. As a result, Mark proposed, “Perhaps Cleveland should come here.” That would be more equitable.” 

Despite Mark Davis’ protests, the game will go place in Ohio on Monday at 5 p.m. EST.

Even though he tried and failed, it seems that Mark Davis has learned to cope with the league by copying Al Davis’s approach.

If Mark continues to lead the Raiders in Al’s footsteps, Pagano may be accurate, and the younger Davis is more clever and capable than he seems, implying that the Las Vegas team is in far better hands than many people believe.

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