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Oakland Raiders

Stadium: O.co Coliseum | Coach: Jack Del Rio
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense6th120.1 (6th)253.2 (13th)
Defense26th117.6 (23rd)257.5 (24th)
Injuries
DatePosPlayerInjuryNFL StatusFantasy News
01/19/17DBSean SmithShoulderQUESTIONABLESmith underwent surgery on his shoulder, Vic Tafur of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.

Smith played through his shoulder injury late in the 2016 season but it turned out he was unable to make a full recovery without surgery. He's expected to be healthy and able to participate by the time offseason practices begin.

(Updated 01/19/2017)
01/18/17WRAmari CooperUndisclosedQUESTIONABLECooper (unspecified injury) will skip the upcoming NFL Pro Bowl, CSN Bay Area reports.

While the exact nature of the ailment that will keep him out of the contest has not been confirmed, the wideout dealt with a shoulder injury late in the 2016 season, so it's quite possible that Cooper is bowing out to tend to that issue.

(Updated 01/18/2017)
01/09/17DBNate AllenConcussionQUESTIONABLEAllen (concussion) was ruled out for Saturday's wild-card playoff game against the Texans.

Allen suffered a concussion in the regular season finale against Denver and hasn't cleared protocol.

(Updated 01/06/2017)
01/09/17QBDerek CarrLower LegOUTCarr underwent surgery on his broken right fibula Tuesday, Paul Gutierrez of ESPN.com reports.

As expected, the procedure has been completed, but the prospect of a 6-to-8 recovery timetable has inspired thoughts that Carr could be available for the Super Bowl, if the Raiders were to reach the season-capping contest in Houston under the direction of quarterback Matt McGloin. Optimistic parties should put those thoughts to bed, though. Per a discussion between Dr. Nick Grosso, president of The Centers for Advanced Orthopaedics, and the Bay Area News Group, the notion Carr may be ready for game action in six weeks is untenable. "There will be six to eight weeks minimum for healing and [the] Super Bowl will be over by then," Grosso said. After that initial period, Carr will still need "an additional four to six weeks before he can play again because even once the bone has healed the soft tissue around it also needs to be adapt and remodel itself. But he could be training and even throwing again in three months." With that knowledge, Carr is a great candidate to take part in the entire offseason program, just not Super Bowl LI.

(Updated 12/27/2016)
01/07/17LBMalcolm SmithHamstringQUESTIONABLESmith (hamstring) is questionable to return to Saturday's wild-card game in Houston.

The Raiders' leading tackler on the season with 103, Smith also notched two forced fumbles, one fumble recovery, and one interception across 15 outings. If he's unable to take the field again Saturday, Daren Bates is the likely candidate to fill in at weak-side linebacker.

(Updated 01/07/2017)
12/09/16LBAldon SmithSuspensionSUSPENDThe NFL won't review Smith's (suspension) potential reinstatement until March 15, CSN Bay Area reports.

The Raiders maintained some hope that Smith, who applied for reinstatement in October and met with commissioner Roger Goodell earlier this month, could be activated in time for the playoffs, but the league denied his bid for a 2016 return. The 27-year-old, who has appeared in 16 games over the past three seasons while incurring multiple suspensions along the way for substance abuse-related issues, will need to stay on the straight and narrow for the next three and a half months before the NFL reexamines his status for the 2017 season.

(Updated 12/30/2016)
 
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