|24||Abram, Johnathan||SS||6-0||205||10/25/1996||2||Mississippi State|
|20||Arnette, Damon||CB||6-0||195||9/2/1996||R||Ohio State|
|4||Carr, Derek||QB||6-3||210||3/28/1991||7||Fresno State|
|6||Cole, A.J.||P||6-4||220||11/27/1995||2||NC State|
|98||Crosby, Maxx||DE||6-5||255||8/22/1997||2||Eastern Michigan|
|89||Edwards, Bryan||WR||6-3||215||11/13/1998||R||South Carolina|
|71||Good, Denzelle||T||6-5||340||3/8/1991||6||Mars Hill|
|90||Hankins, Johnathan||DT||6-3||340||3/30/1992||8||Ohio State|
|25||Harris, Erik||FS||6-2||220||4/2/1990||5||California (PA)|
|38||Heath, Jeff||SS||6-1||212||5/14/1991||8||Saginaw Valley State|
|61||Hudson, Rodney||C||6-2||315||7/12/1989||10||Florida State|
|66||Jackson, Gabe||G||6-3||335||7/12/1991||7||Mississippi State|
|12||Jones, Zay||WR||6-2||200||3/30/1995||4||East Carolina|
|29||Joyner, Lamarcus||FS||5-8||185||11/27/1990||7||Florida State|
|44||Kwiatkoski, Nick||ILB||6-2||242||5/26/1993||5||West Virginia|
|26||Lawson, Nevin||CB||5-9||190||4/23/1991||7||Utah State|
|32||Leavitt, Dallin||SAF||5-10||195||8/8/1994||2||Utah State|
|54||McMillan, Raekwon||MLB||6-2||242||11/17/1995||3||Ohio State|
|50||Morrow, Nicholas||LB||6-0||225||7/10/1995||4||Greenville College|
|94||Nassib, Carl||DE||6-7||275||4/12/1993||5||Penn State|
|22||Nixon, Keisean||CB||5-10||200||6/22/1997||2||South Carolina|
|84||O'Leary, Nick||TE||6-3||252||8/31/1992||5||Florida State|
|75||Parker, Brandon||T||6-8||320||10/21/1995||3||North Carolina A&T|
|30||Richard, Jalen||RB||5-8||205||10/15/1993||5||Southern Miss|
|21||Robertson, Amik||CB||5-8||187||7/6/1998||R||Louisiana Tech|
|11||Ruggs III, Henry||WR||6-0||190||1/24/1999||R||Alabama|
|47||Sieg, Trent||LS||6-3||240||5/19/1995||3||Colorado State|
|83||Waller, Darren||TE||6-6||255||9/13/1992||4||Georgia Tech|
|58||Wilber, Kyle||LB||6-4||240||4/26/1989||9||Wake Forest|
|70||Young, Sam||T||6-8||302||6/24/1987||11||Notre Dame|
|64||Incognito, Richie (IR)||C||6-3||325||7/5/1983||13||Nebraska|
|55||Muse, Tanner (IR)||LB||6-2||227||9/6/1996||R||Clemson|
|93||Ross, Daniel (IR)||DT||6-3||305||3/15/1993||4||Northeast Mississippi CC|
|59||Usher, Nick (IR)||LB||6-3||216||1/22/1995||1||UTEP|
|16||Williams, Tyrell (IR)||WR||6-4||205||2/12/1992||6||Western Oregon|
|88||Ateman, Marcell||WR||6-4||216||9/16/1994||3||Oklahoma State|
|49||Bowers, Nick||TE||6-4||265||5/26/1996||R||Penn State|
|Davis, Robert||WR||6-3||210||4/2/1995||3||Georgia State|
|5||Eberle, Dominik||K||6-2||190||7/4/1996||R||Utah State|
|79||Irving, David||DT||6-7||290||8/18/1993||5||Iowa State|
|Onwualu, James||LB||6-1||235||9/4/1994||3||Notre Dame|
|35||Riddick, Theo||RB||5-9||201||5/4/1991||8||Notre Dame|
|Siverand, Kemah||DB||6-1||200||11/12/1996||R||Oklahoma State|
|Speaks, Breeland||DE||6-3||285||12/18/1995||3||Ole Miss|
Hudson was on the COVID-19 list after coming into contact with Trent Brown, who tested positive. Hudson has now tested negative enough times to be cleared for Sunday's game, and he'll have a tough test against Tampa Bay's fierce front seven.
Littleton's performance in Week 7 was his best so far this season in terms of tackles. He was on the field for every defensive snap. The Washington product sits with 35 tackles (23 solo) over six contests in 2020.
Jones has played just five snaps the past two years after coming into the league as a first-round pick of the Packers in 2013. The veteran will provide depth along the defensive front if he makes the squad.
After failing to record a sack through the first two games of the season, Crosby has been on fire with four sacks through three games. He added to QB hits Sunday as well, making Patrick Mahomes uncharacteristically uncomfortable. No other Raiders player has more than one sack this year, and 2019 first-round pick Clelin Ferrell has yet to take down the quarterback this year.
Waller was unsurprisingly heavily involved in a day when Derek Carr put up 36 attempts, with the big tight end drawing nine of those looks to co-lead the team with Nelson Agholor in that category. The 28-year-old's catch total set the pace for the Raiders as well, while his one-yard scoring grab late in the third quarter marked his third in the last five games. Waller's elevated role in the offense should certainly continue in a Week 8 road battle against the Browns.
Collins was listed as questionable after missing Week 5 with the shoulder injury, but he's good to go coming out of the bye week. The 25-year-old has three tackles through four games and should return to his starting role at defensive tackle.
Williams initially expected to play through the injury, but instead surgery has been ordered up, which will cause him to miss the entirety of his sixth NFL season. In his stead, the Raiders are expected to go with an inexperienced receiving corps composed of two rookies (Henry Ruggs, Bryan Edwards) and a second-year slot specialist (Hunter Renfrow).
Gafford made progress on the practice field this week, and it will ultimately be enough to see an active status for just the second time this season. Like his last opportunity, however, Gafford is still likely to see work primarily on special teams. Even though Bryan Edwards (ankle) is inactive, top option Henry Ruggs (knee) is back, with Hunter Renfrow, Nelson Agholor and Zay Jones all likely to see offensive snaps ahead of Gafford.
Lawson was handed a one-game suspension for "using a helmet that is no longer worn by anyone as a weapon to strike, swing at, or throw at an opponent" during last year's season finale against Denver. Now that he sat out of Sunday's season opener, he's eligible to return for Week 2's matchup versus the Saints, but he may stick to special teams to start off.
Richard's seven rushing attempts were a season high while his 24 yards actually led the team Sunday, but he wasn't targeted in the passing game despite Las Vegas playing from behind for the entirety of the second half. The Raiders will look to improve upon their disappointing 3.2 YPC in Week 7 during their upcoming tilt against the Browns.
The 2019 fourth overall pick is coming off an inconsistent but encouraging rookie campaign, in which he accumulated 38 total tackles, 4.5 sacks and five defended passes. Now eyeing a step forward in Year 2, Ferrell has focused his offseason training on bulking up 13 pounds and mastering tape study of opposing offensive linemen. "You wouldn't even recognize me," the 23-year-old said. Ferrell is locked in for a starting role for Las Vegas in 2020, and he could find himself on the radar of IDP fantasy leagues if he's indeed able to progress in his development.
Morrow is averaging seven tackles per game this season, and he's played every snap in each of the last two contests. His starting role is secure at strong-side linebacker, and he'll likely lead the team in tackles until Nick Kwiatkoski (pectoral) returns to the lineup, making Morrow a solid IDP play.
Agholor provided an immediate spark for the Raiders with a 20-yard scoring grab early in the first quarter, and he finished with a team-high receiving yardage total. The veteran also shared the team lead in targets with Darren Waller as the chemistry between Agholor and Derek Carr continued to blossom in impressive fashion. The performance marked the 27-year-old's first 100-yard effort of the season, but he's now gotten into the end zone in three straight games and four of the six contests he's suited up for overall. While the eventual return of rookie Bryan Edwards (ankle/foot) could certainly impact Agholor's involvement to a degree, the latter has seemingly made enough of a case for himself to still see a solid level of involvement in that scenario.
Arnette was already on injured reserve following an October thumb surgery. The rookie cornerback either tested positive for the virus or came into close contact with an infected person, and he won't be able to return to team activities until he clears the NFL's COVID-19 protocols.
Omameh latched on in Las Vegas after he was cut by the Saints before the season began, as the move appeared to work out for him. The Michigan product will likely handle depth duties on the offensive line as long as he's on the active roster.
It's unclear how the 2020 third-round pick suffered the injury, however, it's serious enough to force him to miss significant time. Muse may return this season, but he's likely to miss at least a month. In his stead, Johnathan Abram and Jeff Heath will handle strong safety duties.
The rookie fourth-round pick was considered questionable due to an illness, but it won't prevent him from being available for Sunday's contest. Robertson has yet to play a snap this season, so he's unlikely to be a factor in the Raiders' defensive plans.
Jones was relatively uninvolved despite fellow receiver Bryan Edwards' (ankle/foot) continued absence, while Nelson Agholor broke out for 107 yards and a touchdown on five catches across from Henry Ruggs. Hunter Renfrow also saw six targets as Jones' role figures to remain limited Week 8 at Cleveland.
Doss played on three offensive snaps as depth among the Raiders receivers corps in Week 4 against Buffalo. He was promoted after the team was hit by a number of injuries to their pass-catchers, most notably Bryan Edwards (ankle) and Henry Ruggs (knee/hamstring).
This is a bit of a shocking transaction given Miami lost possible starting middle linebacker Vince Biegel (Achilles) early in the preseason, leaving Elandon Roberts and Kamu Grugier-Hill as the only possible veteran fill-ins. It's also strange from the Raiders' perspective given the team just signed Cory Littleton to a three-year, $36 million contract this past offseason which would seemingly make the McMillan acquisition redundant. It's unclear what type of compensation was given up to acquire the 2017 second-round pick, but the 24-year-old will nevertheless be forced to compete for defensive snaps in 2020.
Hankins is a skilled run stopper, and the Raiders appear to be planning for him to be part of their future. In December, the team converted $1.75 million of his offseason bonus to a signing bonus. The defensive tackle will carry a $5.125 million cap hit in 2020, and he's in line for a starting role again.
Ross suffered the injury late in the fourth quarter, so he failed to return to the game. His practice status Tuesday and Wednesday will paint a clearer picture of his chances to suit up for next week's game against the Bills.
Irving was handed an indefinite suspension by the NFL in March of 2019 for violating the league's substance abuse policy. The league conditionally reinstated the defensive tackle last Friday, and he's found a new home in Las Vegas. It may take some time for the 27-year-old defensive tackle to get up to speed considering he hasn't played since the 2018 season, but the Raiders likely plan to promote him to the active roster at some point. Irving could be a major boost for the team's defensive front, as he posted eight sacks over his last 10 NFL games.
Magnuson was a casualty of the Raiders' need to promote receiver Rico Gafford from the practice squad. The 25-year-old appeared in one game during his month-long stint in Oakland.
Wednesday marked Edwards' first practice since he sprained his ankle in Week 3. If he shows enough progress in practice this week to suit up Sunday in Cleveland, Edwards could find himself out of the mix for a regular starting role alongside Henry Ruggs and Hunter Renfrow. Nelson Agholor has stepped up for the Raiders in Edwards' absence, hauling in 11 of 15 targets for 218 yards and three touchdowns over the past three contests.
The 27-year-old was considered questionable for Sunday's contest, but his availability never truly appeared in doubt. Nassib has 10 tackles and a half-sack through five games and should reclaim his rotational role in the Raiders' defensive line rotation.
Ateman resided on the practice squad injured list for the past month, but he's finally healthy enough to return to practice. He'll continue to push for a roster spot as a depth receiver around the league now that he's healthy.
Eberle initially joined the Raiders back in April after going undrafted, but he ultimately wasn't able to carve out a role with the team. The Utah State product is coming off a prolific collegiate career, so he could earn looks with other organizations.
The rookie second-round pick out of Clemson played in a reserve role until the Raiders traded Gareon Conley to Houston. Following Conley's departure, Mullen started the final 10 games, and he was impressive in coverage, allowing 6.6 yards per target and two touchdowns. The 22-year-old is in line to be the team's No. 1 corner in 2020 even if the team retains Daryl Worley.
The 24-year-old was placed on the COVID-19 list Thursday due to his close contact with Trent Brown (illness), but he's returning to the active roster when first eligible. Abram should return to his starting role after being forced to miss the Week 7 loss to the Buccaneers.
Mabin dealt with an unspecified injury during the end of the 2019 season while on the Raiders' practice squad. The 22-year-old appears to be past that issue, and he'll seek a depth/special-teams role with the Raiders in 2020.
Jackson tested negative again Saturday, clearing him for Sunday's game after the guard was placed on the COVID-19 list because he came into contact with Trent Brown, who tested positive. Jackson will start at right guard Sunday.
Leavitt was on the Raiders' practice squad, but he'll add depth at safety following news that Johnathan Abram (shoulder) is questionable for Sunday's game versus the Bills. The 26-year-old Leavitt played 15 games for the Raiders in 2019 and recorded 10 tackles.
Carrier assumed the No. 2 role at tight end following a season-ending knee injury to rookie Foster Moreau in Week 14, and the former could begin the 2020 campaign as Darren Waller's (thumb) primary backup with Moreau's potential availability currently uncertain. Carrier has one year remaining on his contract, but he's proven reliable with zero missed games through two seasons with the Raiders.
Young started at right tackle because Trent Brown (illness) is on the reserve/COVID-19 list. Brandon Parker is expected to take over at the position with Young on the sidelines.
Jones-Smith finished the 2019 season as part of San Francisco's practice squad, and he'll now receive an opportunity to win a roster spot following Monday's signing.
Ingold, whose season-high 22 offensive snaps surpassed both Devontae Booker (15) and Jalen Richard (14) on Sunday, has now tallied two receptions in three of the Raiders' past four games. The second-year fullback has logged just one rushing attempt all year, however, limited primarily to a blocking role out of the backfield.
Carr and the Raiders appeared to be on their way to a prolific afternoon after the veteran quarterback hit Nelson Agholor with a perfect 20-yard scoring strike on a post pattern early in the first quarter. However, Carr was able to lead only one other first-half scoring march -- one that culminated in a 42-yard field goal -- and added just a one-yard scoring toss to Darren Waller the rest of the way as far as fantasy impact plays are concerned. However, Carr's numbers weren't bad in a cumulative sense, as he managed multiple TDs for the fifth straight contest and posted his third-highest yardage tally of the season. With the blowout loss now behind them, Carr and his teammates will look to atone in Week 8 against the Browns.
The tight end, who is expected to recover fully from the procedure, relayed Monday that he's feeling good and noted that it's the fact that he'll be on blood thinners for the next six months that will keep him off the football field this coming season. For now, O'Leary is on the Raiders' reserve/non-football injury list. The 27-year-old, who is known for his pass-blocking skills, recorded 13 catches for 109 yards and one touchdown over the course of 12 total games between the Dolphins and Jaguars in 2019.
Harris started 14 of 16 games, and he may have garnered additional playing time since Karl Joseph (foot) and first-round pick Johnathan Abram (shoulder) missed a combined 22 games. The 29-year-old Harris performed well by notching a career high in tackles and running back two of his picks for touchdowns. Abram will be back and likely in a starting role in 2020, but Joseph's situation is uncertain since he underwent surgery and will be an unrestricted free agent in March. If Joseph isn't retained, Harris will likely be a full-time starter next year.
Peterman inked a one-year, $2.133 million contract in April, but none of that money was guaranteed. Presumed No. 2 quarterback Marcus Mariota is dealing with an undisclosed injury, so it makes sense for the Raiders to rework a mutually beneficial deal that will likely keep Peterman rostered through the entire 2020 season. If Mariota gets healthy, however, Peterman could be a healthy scratch on gameday.
Miller came into close contact with Trent Brown, who tested positive, but now Miller has completed enough negative tests to be cleared. He'll start at left tackle Sunday and protect Derek Carr's blindside.
Bowers spent the offseason in Las Vegas, but he wasn't able to parley his way into a depth role at tight end. The undrafted rookie out of Penn State will instead get a chance to further his development on the practice squad.
White signed as an undrafted free agent out of UNLV this offseason, failing to make a lasting impression on the coaching staff. It's likely the team could bring him back to the practice squad for 2020.
A 2018 second-round pick, Speaks' career has been derailed by a knee injury and a suspension in December of 2019 for violating the league's substance abuse policy. His suspension is expected to be lifted following Week 4, so he could add depth at defensive end for the Raiders moving forward.
The 25-year-old dealt with a lower body injury in training camp before joining Las Vegas' practice squad in late September, though it's unclear if the current injury is related to the previous one. Davis appeared in six games between Philadelphia and Washington last year, catching two passes for 17 yards.
Hurst landed on the COVID-19 list 10 days ago but is now able to return to the practice field. He is averaging a little under 27 defensive snaps per game this season, but it's difficult to say what his workload will be like Sunday given his extended absence.
Moreau has garnered a steady workload of 10-15 offensive snaps in each of his appearances this season, save for a Week 2 anomaly in which he accumulated 32 snaps against New Orleans. The LSU product has flashed promise with two catches of 24-plus yards, but he otherwise has registered just two receptions for nine yards on the year. Starting tight end Darren Waller has dominated the position, and the entire team for that matter, with 55 targets through seven weeks.
Witten logged a season-high 38 offensive snaps, but the veteran was limited to just 3.0 yards per reception. Meanwhile, fellow tight end Darren Waller continued to shine with a team-high five catches on seven targets for 48 yards and a touchdown. Witten remains ahead of 2019 fourth-rounder Foster Moreau in the pecking order, however.
It's unclear where exactly the veteran currently stands in his progression, but coach Jon Gruden said "[Incognito] is getting closer to returning." The 37-year-old has been on injured reserve since suffering the Achilles injury Week 2 against the Saints.
The rookie speedster was contained by the Buccaneers' improving secondary save for a 29-yard grab, leading to his second-lowest yardage tally of the four games he's suited up for. Ruggs has now seen only three targets apiece in each of his last three contests, so he remains very big-play-dependent for his fantasy production. He'll look to up his production versus a vulnerable Browns secondary in Week 8.
The 27-year-old missed the past two games with the pectoral injury, but he'll be back on the field for Week 4. Kwiatkoski had six tackles in 26 snaps before exiting the season opener and figures to play a significant role in the middle of the Las Vegas defense.
Smith was a late addition to training camp, signing Aug. 25 with a little over a week left. The 28-year-old defensive end failed to make enough of an impact to retain a reserve role, as Las Vegas opted to keep Arden Key and Carl Nassib as the primary backups to Clelin Ferrell and Maxx Crosby.
James was considered questionable due to the ankle issue but has been cleared to play versus Detroit. The 30-year-old should receive the start at center with Rodney Hudson (lower leg) inactive.
Carlson continues to provide consistent kicking production with at least eight points in all six of the Raiders' contests this season. The team now travels to Cleveland for a matchup against the Browns, who just gave up 34 points to the 1-5-1 Bengals.
Parker had been dealing with a minor ankle injury throughout the past couple of weeks, but he appears to be back at full strength during Monday's session. He could see additional reps at right tackle with Breno Giacomini nursing an undisclosed injury.
Riddick was called up to the active roster for the team's Week 4 matchup against the Bills. However, he logged only seven snaps and earned two carries, gaining 13 yards. With Jalen Richard (ankle) battling injury, however, Riddick could be back with the team in a Week 5 matchup against the Chiefs.
This is encouraging news for the Raiders, as interim right tackle Sam Young exited this past Sunday's loss to the Buccaneers with a knee injury as well. Brown would be a major boost to a Raiders' offensive line that just got bullied by the Buccaneers' front seven, but he'll still need to clear the league's COVID-19 protocol before returning to action.
"The game seems to speed up. . . and we need a lot of practices in pads before we're ready to play," Heath said. Having recovered from January shoulder surgery, Heath is now able to turn his full attention toward getting up to speed in the Raiders' defensive scheme. The former Cowboy stands to compete for starting free safety reps with Erik Harris throughout training camp.
Joyner pulled up lame in the Week 5 win over the Chiefs, but after staying on the practice field all week, he's been deemed good to go. He has a tough test ahead with the Buccaneers coming to town, as both Mike Evans and Chris Godwin are healthy. Joyner's been sturdy in coverage this year, however, letting up a 91.2 passer rating and just one touchdown when targeted.
Key suffered a broken foot during Week 9's win over the Lions. He visited Dr. Robert Anderson to receive a second opinion on the injury, but it appears as though the second-year pro received no alternatives but to prematurely end his 2019 campaign. Key will turn his focus toward making a full recovery for the 2020 season. Quentin Poling has been promoted from the practice squad to occupy Key's former spot on the 53-man roster.
Nixon primarily plays on special teams, so his absence won't shake up the defensive dynamic much. He'll aim to return Week 8 against the Browns.
Renfrow was back on quarterback Derek Carr's radar following the team's bye, having been targeted just once in Week 5 at Kansas City. The Clemson product will now face a Browns secondary that just gave up over 400 passing yards in a close win over the Bengals on Sunday.
Booker wasn't the only Raider to struggle on the ground, as starter Josh Jacobs also averaged just 1.7 yards per carry. Despite Jacobs' ineffectiveness Sunday, he'll remain the primary option out of the backfield when the Raiders travel to Cleveland in Week 8 while Booker retains backup duties alongside Jalen Richard.
Usher was moved to the Raiders' Injured reserve list last week with an undisclosed injury. The linebacker is now free to sign on with any club willing to take him.
The 2019 fourth-round pick endured a difficult rookie campaign, starting with a concussion and facial fracture early in the preseason. He returned from injured reserve in November and logged 63 special-teams snaps in five games, but a bulging disc in his back required surgery shortly after the season. While he'll likely open training camp with the second- or third-string defense, Johnson has the physical traits of a high-end starter, boasting 4.40 speed at 6-2, 210.
Cole will resume his role as the team's starting punter.
So far there's nothing to suggest that Jacobs' status for Sunday's game against the Browns is in any danger. As long as he's good to go this weekend, the running back will look to bounce back from a 10-carry, 17-yard rushing effort in this Sunday's 45-20 loss to the 5-2 Buccaneers, who've allowed a league-low 66 yards per game on the ground to date.
Good came into contact with Trent Brown, who tested positive. After another negative test Saturday, Good has been cleared for action. He'll start at left guard Sunday.