Tom Flores The former Raiders head coach plans to return as the team’s radio color analyst for Sunday’s home opener against the Jets. Flores, 80, missed the season-opening victory in Tennessee after taking a nasty fall Aug. 26 at AT&T Stadium in Texas, after Oakland’s exhibition game there. He sustained a fractured C2 vertebra, a broken nose and 13 stitches above his left eye (as first reported by ESPN.com). “I’m not brand new yet, but I’m getting better,” Flores said Tuesday. “I took a pretty good hit.” Flores won two Super Bowls as the Raiders’ head coach.
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