FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) Jermaine Kearse is no fan of the Oakland Raiders’ home field.

The New York Jets wide receiver played at Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum a couple of times while a member of the Seattle Seahawks, and there’s one aspect about it that drives him crazy.

”To be honest, I hate their field,” Kearse said with a big smile Wednesday. ”I can’t stand that baseball part of the field.”

The Raiders share the stadium with the Oakland Athletics, so when both teams’ seasons are underway simultaneously – as they are now – the field is converted from football to baseball, and vice versa. During Raiders games, the baseball diamond and infield dirt can be seen stretching from about the 50-yard line to the 20 on either side, with the football yard lines marked off across the field.