Raiders rookie wide receiver is set to make his return from injury Sunday against the Los Angeles Chargers after missing the last 3 games with a rib injury
Raiders offensive tackle Trent Brown, along with center Rodney Hudson, was selected for the 2020 NFL Pro Bowl, however his season has come to an end due to a pectoral injury. (Le’Andre Fox/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
On Monday, Raiders head coach Jon Gruden said the NFL’s head of officiating called to apologize for the officials ruling quarterback Derek Carr’s slide out of bounds late in the fourth quarter of Sunday’s loss to the Jaguars.
In their final home game in Oakland, the Raiders allowed the Jacksonville Jaguars to come back and win 20-16. The loss didn’t sit well with fans who began to trash the field while the game was still in progress. (Le’Andre Fox/Las Vegas Review-Journal)
The Raiders final home game of their second stint in Oakland ended in defeat when they to the Jaguars 20-16.
Raiders running back Josh Jacobs was able to participate in Wednesday’s practice, through it was only a walk through. The team will continue to evaluate him throughout the week to see if he will play Sunday against the Jaguars.
The Raiders made changes to their active roster and practice squad including waiving safety D.J. Swearinger and moving cornerback Daryl Worley back to play safety.
Three weeks in a row the Raiders have taken a loss by a huge deficit. Sunday’s loss to the Tennessee Titans all but ends the Raiders chances of securing a wildcard spot in the AFC Playoffs in a season filled with many highs and lows.
After losing two straight games on the road the Raiders were back in Oakland looking to right the ship with a shot at postseason play on the line against the Tennessee Titans. After a tightly contested first half the Titans were able to pull away, winning 42-21.
The Raiders are monitoring rookie running back Josh Jacobs’ shoulder injury to make sure he is good-to-go for their game against the Tennessee Titans on Sunday. They’ll also have to figure out how to stop the Titans high powered offense with Ryan Tannehill and Derrick Henry on the other side of the ball. (Le’Andre Fox/Las Vegas Review-Journal)