Yurachek (undisclosed) signed a contract with Dallas on Wednesday, Todd Archer of ESPN.com reports. Yurachek was waived by the Raiders on June 6 after agreeing to an injury settlement. The nature of Yurachek's injury was never revealed, but the fact that he put pen to paper on a new deal with Dallas implies he was able to pass a physical. Yurachek will likely have to beat out Jamize Olawale in training camp in order to nail down the the team's only fullback spot heading into 2019.
Yurachek (undisclosed) was waived by the Raiders on Thursday with an injury settlement, per the NFL transactions page. As it goes with undisclosed injuries, it's unknown what exactly the injury is and how long it will take Yurachek to recover and be able to eye another opportunity with an NFL squad. Regardless, the Marshall product's injury is seemingly serious enough that the two parties will part ways, and Yurachek will head into the limbo of being an injured free agent.
Yurachek (undisclosed) reverted to IR on Thursday after clearing waivers. Yurachek was waived with an injury designation Wednesday, and now will seemingly spend an extended period of time on injured reserve. The Marshall product won't count towards Oakland's 90-man roster, opening up a spot for the team to grab D.J. Killings off waivers Thursday.
The Raiders waived Yuracheck on Wednesday with an injury designation. It's not clear what injury Yurachek might have sustained during OTAs, but he'll revert to the Raiders' injured reserve list in the likely event he goes unclaimed by the league's other 31 teams off waivers.
|* indicates player did not play that week|
|WK||DATE||OPP||OPP RANK||OPP FPTS|
|2||09/15||Kansas City Chiefs||31||23.78|
|7||10/20||@Green Bay Packers||19||18.13|
|10||11/08||Los Angeles Chargers||24||20.00|
|12||11/24||@New York Jets||18||17.75|
|13||12/01||@Kansas City Chiefs||31||23.78|
|16||12/22||@Los Angeles Chargers||24||20.00|