Price (hamstring) is inactive for Monday's game against the Raiders. Price was claimed off of waivers by the Raiders on Sep. 3 after being let go by the Cowboys. Fifth-round rookie Maurice Hurst looks set for a larger role on the Raiders' interior defensive line with Price out.
Price (hamstring) was a limited participant in Saturday's practice, Matt Kawahara of the San Francisco Chronicle reports. Price was claimed off waivers by Oakland earlier this week. The 24-year-old appears in line to compete for a rotational role in the Raiders' defensive line when healthy, but it remains to be seen whether Price will suit up for the team's season opener against the Rams on Monday.
Price was waived by the Cowboys on Sunday, Jean-Jacques Taylor of 103.3 FM ESPN reports. Price was let go in order to make room for a pair of players claimed off waivers.
Price (knee) recently underwent a right knee scope, Mickey Spagnola of the Cowboys' official site reports. This procedure is likely related to the knee injury that planted Price on injured reserve in early November. Fortunately, he's expected to be healthy in time for the start of offseason workouts this spring.
Price stated that the injury he suffered during Sunday's win over the Chiefs was a "minor dislocation of the knee cap," Brandon George of The Dallas Morning News reports. Price was on crutches following Sunday's game. A dislocated knee cap is certainly a concerning injury, but more news regarding its severity should emerge in the coming days.