Top Raiders News

  • Raiders' Foster Moreau: Remains sidelined

    Moreau (knee) was unable to practice Thursday, Tashan Reed of The Athletic reports.

    Moreau missed his second consecutive practice leaving his status for Sunday against the Broncos in question. The fourth-year tight end will likely need to participate in some fashion tomorrow, or he'll likely be trending much closer to doubtful for the contest. If he is unable to play, Jesper Horsted will slide up to the No. 2 tight end spot behind Darren Waller, while a practice squad elevation of Cole Fotheringham would be likely.

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  • Raiders' Hunter Renfrow: Misses another practice

    Renfrow (concussion) remained sidelined at practice Thursday, Tashan Reed of The Athletic reports.

    With back-to-back practice absences so far this week, Renfrow is looking iffy for Sunday's game against the Broncos. Friday's injury report will reveal whether the slot man heads into the weekend with a chance to return to action after missing the Raiders' Week 3 loss to the Titans. In his absence in that contest, Davante Adams, Mack Hollins and Keelan Cole served as Las Vegas' top three wide receiver options.

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  • Raiders' Neil Farrell: Full participant Wednesday

    Farrell (shoulder) was listed as a full participant on the Raiders' injury report Wednesday, Rachel Gossen of the team's official site reports.

    Farrell has yet to suit up this season after picking up an unspecified shoulder injury, which kept him in and out of practice last week. The rookie fourth-round pick should now be ready to make his NFL debut heading into Sunday's contest versus Denver.

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  • Raiders' Andre James: Back in full Wednesday

    James (concussion) was listed as a full participant on the Raiders' injury report Wednesday, Rachel Gossen of the team's official site reports.

    James was ruled out the past two weeks after sustaining a concussion during Las Vegas' season-opening loss to the Chargers. The 25-year-old now appears ready to step back in as the Raiders' starting center for Sunday's game against the Broncos.

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  • Raiders' Denzel Perryman: Limited Wednesday

    Perryman (ankle) was listed as a limited participant on the Raiders' injury report Wednesday, Rachel Gossen of the team's official site reports.

    Perryman returned to practice after being listed as a non-participant throughout last week's sessions. The 29-year-old linebacker has been sidelined since suffering an ankle injury in Week 1, leaving fellow starters Jayon Brown and Divine Deablo to pick up the slack for Las Vegas. Perryman led the Raiders with 154 tackles last season, so his potential availability could provide a big boost for the team's defense this Sunday against Houston.

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  • Raiders' Trevon Moehrig: Limited in practice Wednesday

    Moehrig (hip) was a limited participant during practice Wednesday, Rachel Gossen of the Raiders' official site reports.

    Moehrig was inactive during Las Vegas' last two games after sustaining a hip injury in Week 1. The second-year safety was able to return to practice last week, but he still appears to be dealing with this issue heading into Sunday's game against Denver. Moehrig recorded 55 tackles while playing almost every defensive snap (1,095) as a rookie, and he should line up as the Raiders' starting free safety when healthy.

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  • Raiders' Foster Moreau: Sidelined Wednesday

    Moreau (knee) did not practice Wednesday, Rachel Gossen of the Raiders' official site reports.

    Moreau appears to be dealing with a knee injury following Sunday's loss to the Titans, though the exact nature and severity of this issue is unclear. The 25-year-old recorded six receptions for 74 yards while playing 90 offensive snaps as the Raiders' No. 2 tight end over the first three weeks of the season. If this issue continues to keep Moreau out of practice Thursday and Friday, then Jesper Horsted will step up behind Darren Waller during Sunday's game against the Broncos.

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  • Raiders' Nate Hobbs: Not practicing Wednesday

    Hobbs (concussion) did not practice Wednesday, Tashan Reed of The Athletic reports.

    Hobbs suffered a concussion during Sunday's loss at Tennessee, and it appears the sophomore fifth-rounder will need at least a day or two more to recover before he's ready to get back onto the field. He won't be eligible to completely clear concussion protocol until Sunday, and if he's unable to play Week 4 versus Denver, Amik Robertson and Sam Webb would likely see most of the fill-in reps.

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  • Raiders' Hunter Renfrow: Misses another practice

    Renfrow (concussion) remained sidelined at practice Wednesday, Tashan Reed of The Athletic reports.

    Renfrow was unable to practice last week before being ruled out in advance of Sunday's 24-22 loss to the Titans. The Raiders' top slot receiver now has two more chances to return to the field ahead of this weekend's game against the Broncos. In Renfrow's absence in Week 3, Davante Adams, Mack Hollins and Keelan Cole served as Las Vegas' top three wide receivers.

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  • Raiders' Rock Ya-Sin: Dealing with knee strain

    Ya-Sin is reportedly dealing with a knee strain and his status for Week 4 is up in the air, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.

    Ya-Sin suffered a knee injury during Sunday's loss to the Titans, but he appears to have avoided a significant injury. However, the Raiders may still be without one of their top defensive backs for Sunday's matchup against the Broncos. Fellow cornerback Nate Hobbs (concussion) may also be sidelined, so Amik Robertson and Sam Webb could be candidates for increased roles if Ya-Sin and/or Hobbs is ruled out.

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  • Raiders' Divine Deablo: Modest production in loss

    Deablo recorded seven tackles and one pass defense during Sunday's 24-22 loss to the Titans.

    Deablo has taken advantage of his new role as a full time starter and already has 30 tackles through the first three games, putting him 15 shy of eclipsing his high mark of 45 from his rookie campaign. The 2021 third-round pick will look to continue his strong play against the Broncos on Sunday.

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  • Raiders' Maxx Crosby: Back-to-back games with sack

    Crosby tallied nine tackles (five solo), one sack, one forced fumble and one pass defense during Sunday's 24-22 loss to the Titans.

    Crosby started off the contest by taking down Derrick Henry in the backfield on the first play of the game and ended up pacing the Raiders in tackles. He also strip-sacked Ryan Tannehill in the fourth quarter, but the Titans were able to recover. Across three games, Crosby has totaled 23 tackles, two sacks, one pass defense and one forced fumble.

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Team Statistical Rankings

Rushing Passing Overall
Off. 80.0
(28th)
284.7
(9th)
346.7
(18th)
Def. 109.3
(16th)
273.3
(25th)
376.3
(21st)

Injuries

Player Injury
H. Renfrow WR Hunter Renfrow WR Concussion
D. Perryman MLB Denzel Perryman MLB Ankle
N. Hobbs CB Nate Hobbs CB Concussion
T. Moehrig FS Trevon Moehrig FS Hip
F. Moreau TE Foster Moreau TE Knee

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