The former Cowboys starter had his best game as a Raider against the Chiefs and should play even more with Johnathan Abram out Sunday.
Trent Brown’s positive test leaves the team without him and safety Johnathan Abram on Sunday and could force the Raiders to play without their starting offensive line.
As the Raiders await the return of four key players on Sunday morning, the question now is what will they do along their offensive line?
Undefeated Seattle, led by -150 NFL MVP favorite Russell Wilson, is coming off a bye, and Arizona is coming off a short week after crushing Dallas 38-10 on Monday night.
The Raiders again practiced without their starting offensive line, which had been in close contact with tackle Trent Brown before he tested positive for COVID-19.
The former No. 4 overall pick is starting to establish himself as a premier edge defender despite having not recorded a sack this season.
Sharp bettors have taken a side on Thursday’s game between the Giants and Eagles, but the best number is no longer available.
Trent Brown tested positive for the virus on Tuesday, and his four starting offensive linemates are high-risk contacts. All five will be sidelined until Sunday at the earliest.
The Packers failed to cover for the first time this season, and are one of five NFL teams that are 4-1 against the spread through six weeks.
For the second straight day, the Raiders will be without their starting offensive line and Johnathan Abram due to COVID-19 contact tracing.