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Campbell says he, Seymour are organizing Raiders workouts

Quarterback Jason Campbell told SiriusXM radio Tuesday that he and defensive lineman Richard Seymour are in the process of organizing team workout sessions for the Oakland Raiders at an undisclosed Bay Area location, the *Contra Costa Times* reported.

Campbell also said he has had throwing sessions with receivers Louis Murphy and Darrius Heyward-Bey and that he obtained a copy of new coach Hue Jackson's playbook on April 29, when the lockout was lifted for a day.

The quarterback said running back Darren McFadden, defensive tackle Tommy Kelly, linebacker Quentin Groves and receiver Jacoby Ford, as well as Murphy and Heyward-Bey, are among those expected to attend.

"We have found a complex to use. The guys don't want us to tell where it's going to be," Campbell said. "We want it to be about us and our time to build unity. We've called guys, making sure everyone is getting their flights on time, and everybody can be at this certain location."

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