Opponent Game Opp RK Opp FPTS
vs 28 24
@ 4 18
vs 22 22
@ 7 19
vs 3 18
@ 6 19
vs 15 21
@ 32 27
vs 6 19
@ 22 22
vs 19 22
vs 2 17
- -
vs 5 19
@ 9 20
vs 12 21
@ 23 22
@ 19 22

Fantasy Stats

receiving rushing fantasy
Year rec
Receiving Yards
Average Yards per Reception
Receiving Touchdowns
Rushing Yards
Average Yards per Rush
Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
2021 0.00 0.00
2020 0.00 0.00
3y Avg. 2 39 19.50 0.00 30.8

Fantasy News

  • Cardinals' Marcell Ateman: Joins Arizona

    Ateman signed a contract with the Cardinals on Thursday, Bob McManaman of the Arizona Republic reports. Ateman was signed by Arizona after the team cut offensive lineman Eric Smith Thursday. The wideout collected 20 catches for 270 yards and one touchdown over his first two professional seasons with the Raiders, but he has failed to record a reception since the 2019 campaign. Ateman spent last year on and off Las Vegas' practice squad, and he likely will compete for reps at wideout with Andre Baccellia and Jontre Kirklin in the preseason.
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  • Marcell Ateman: Let go by Raiders

    Ateman has been released from the Raiders' practice squad. In a corresponding move, the Raiders added Tyron Johnson to their practice squad. He'll provide the team with added wideout depth behind Bryan Edwards, Zay Jones, Hunter Renfrow, DeSean Jackson and Dillon Stoner.
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  • Raiders' Marcell Ateman: Elevated from practice squad

    Atman was added to the Raiders' active roster Saturday. Ateman was a seventh-round selection of the Raiders in 2018 and last appeared in an NFL game for them in 2019. Heading into Sunday's game against the Giants, he'll give the team added wideout depth behind Hunter Renfrow, Bryan Edwards and Zay Jones.
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  • Raiders' Marcell Ateman: Re-ups with Raiders

    The Raiders signed Ateman to a reserve/future contract Wednesday. After making 18 appearances for the Raiders between the 2018 and 2019 seasons, Ateman spent the 2020 campaign exclusively on the organization's practice squad following his release at the conclusion of training camp. The big-bodied wideout will look to continue his development with Las Vegas this offseason.
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  • Marcell Ateman: Back on practice squad

    The Raiders signed Ateman to the practice squad Tuesday. Ateman was cut from the same practice squad last Thursday. He's a candidate to be elevated to the active roster for this Thursday's game against the Chargers because Henry Ruggs is on the reserve/COVID-19 list and won't play. Ateman hasn't played since 2019, when he posted a 5-116-0 line through 11 games with the Raiders.
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  • Marcell Ateman: Cut from practice squad

    The Raiders cut Ateman from the practice squad Thursday, Paul Gutierrez of reports. Ateman didn't suit up for game action with the Raiders in 2020, but he appeared in 18 games for the team from 2018-19. The 6-foot-4, 215-pound wideout will likely look to catch on with a practice squad elsewhere in the league.
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  • Marcell Ateman: Dealing with injury

    Ateman (undisclosed) was placed on the practice squad injured list Saturday. Ateman didn't make the team's final roster following training camp, and now he won't be able to practice as he rehabs from an undisclosed injury. If the Raiders need another receiver on the active roster, Keelan Doss will likely be the first call.
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  • Marcell Ateman: Joins Raiders' practice squad

    The Raiders signed Ateman to the practice squad Sunday, Adam Caplan of SiriusXM NFL Radio reports. After recording 116 yards on five receptions in 2019, Ateman failed to make the 53-man roster this year after the additions of Henry Ruggs, Bryan Edwards and Nelson Agholor. He's joined by Keelan Doss as the team's practice squad receivers who could be called upon if an injury bug surfaces.
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  • Marcell Ateman: Cut by Las Vegas

    Ateman was waived by the Raiders on Saturday. Ateman geared up in 11 games for the Raiders last season and caught five of 10 targets for 116 yards, but even with Tyrell Williams (shoulder) going to IR, the offseason additions of Henry Ruggs, Bryan Edwards and Nelson Agholor were enough to push Ateman to the roster bubble. If he clears waivers, he'll likely be retained on the practice squad.
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  • Raiders' Marcell Ateman: Season-high seven targets in finale

    Ateman caught three of seven targets for 46 yards in the Raiders' Week 17 loss to the Broncos, finishing his 2019 campaign with five receptions on 10 targets for 116 yards in 11 games. Ateman's role in the Raiders' aerial attack was severely limited throughout his second year in the league until finally logging a season-high 52 offensive snaps and seven targets in Week 17. He'll look to compete for a roster spot again in 2020 alongside fellow reserves Rico Gafford and Keelan Doss behind current starters Tyrell Williams (foot), Hunter Renfrow and Zay Jones.
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  • Raiders' Marcell Ateman: Active in Week 15

    Ateman (ribs) is active for Sunday's Week 15 tilt against the Jaguars. Ateman will overcome his questionable designation to suit up Sunday but he still has an uphill battle to fantasy relevance. Even with fellow wideout Hunter Renfrow (ribs) out of action, Ateman remains no better than No. 5 in the receiver pecking order.
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  • Raiders' Marcell Ateman: Managing rib injury

    Ateman is questionable for Sunday's game against the Jaguars with a rib injury, Paul Gutierrez of reports. Ateman was added to the injury report Thursday as a limited practice participant and his status for Sunday remains in doubt. The 25-year-old hasn't played double-digit snaps over the past six games, so his availability is unlikely to significantly impact Oakland's offensive gameplan.
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  • Raiders' Marcell Ateman: Catches only target in win

    Ateman caught his lone target for a 34-yard gain in Sunday's 31-24 win over Detroit. Ateman played just four snaps but made his one touch count, hauling in a deep ball over the middle to set up the Raiders inside the 10 for an eventual touchdown. The 25-year-old has appeared in just three games and made just two catches this year, but they've both been for gains of more than 30 yards. He'll still be buried on the depth chart as the Raiders host the Chargers in Week 10.
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  • Raiders' Marcell Ateman: Notches 36-yard reception Sunday

    Ateman caught his lone target for 36 receiving yards in Sunday's 42-24 loss to the Packers. Ateman logged 23-plus offensive snaps for the second straight game with fellow receivers Tyrell Williams (foot), Dwayne Harris (ankle) and Zay Jones (coach's decision) all sidelined, but Ateman has recorded just one total reception during this span of increased opportunity. Williams' plantar fasciitis may keep him out in Week 8 against the Texans as well, which could lend Ateman additional chances to prove his worthiness of a roster spot in Oakland moving forward.
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  • Raiders' Marcell Ateman: Serving as No. 4 option

    Ateman will step up as the Raiders' No. 4 wide receiver against the Packers on Sunday, Paul Gutierrez of reports. Ateman is facing a notable opportunity with Tyrell Williams (foot), Zay Jones (coach's decision) and Dwayne Harris (ankle) all inactive. The big-bodied wideout is a candidate to see key looks in Oakland's aerial attack Sunday, though he may not have a consistent role once the team's other weapons get healthy.
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  • Marcell Ateman: Joins Oakland's practice squad

    Ateman signed with the Raiders' practice squad Sunday, Vic Tafur of The Athletic reports. Ateman spent the final seven games of last season on the active roster (catching 15 passes for 154 yards and one touchdown) after starting the season on the practice squad, and he'll begin the 2019 campaign in the same position. The 2018 seventh-round pick had eight catches for 101 yards as he garnered three stars in the preseason.
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  • Raiders' Marcell Ateman: Posts 49 yards in preseason loss

    Ateman caught five of seven targets for 49 yards in Thursday's 17-15 preseason loss to Seattle. Ateman had a solid showing in his final opportunity to earn a roster spot this preseason. Fellow fringe wideout Keelan Doss had more receptions and yards, but he also received a team-high 12 targets. There is likely only room for one -- if either -- of the lanky wideouts on the 53-man roster, so we will see who head coach Jon Gruden decides to roll with when roster cuts are due Saturday.
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  • Raiders' Marcell Ateman: Long gainer as home team wins

    Ateman was targeted once and turned that opportunity into a 19-yard gain during Oakland's 14-3 win against the Rams on Saturday. Entering the league as a seventh-round draft choice out of Oklahoma State, Ateman was cut last September before rejoining the Raiders in November, and proceeding to average three receptions for 32 yards over his first four appearances. In his final three games, however, Ateman managed just three total receptions for 27 yards. Barring a bombardment of injuries, Ateman isn't expected to get the requisite amount of playing time to produce a lucrative fantasy campaign.
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  • Raiders' Marcell Ateman: Sticking with Oakland

    The Raiders signed Ateman, an exclusive rights free agent, on Monday. Ateman has been nudged down the depth chart throughout the offseason due to the trade for Antonio Brown and signings of Tyrell Williams, J.J. Nelson and Ryan Grant (toe). Still, Ateman may get in the act as an X receiver in 2019, considering GM Mike Mayock called him the projected starter at the spot before all the additions. In a seven-game cameo to conclude last season, Ateman hauled in 15 of his 31 targets for 154 yards and one touchdown.
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  • Raiders' Marcell Ateman: Penciled in as starter

    General manager Mike Mayock said Ateman will enter the offseason as Oakland's projected starter at the X receiver spot, Michael Gehlken of the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports. The seventh-round pick made a bit of noise toward the end of his rookie season, but marks of 10.3 yards per catch and 5.0 per target don't exactly make the best case to keep him in a starting role. At the very least, Ateman will face significant competition for the job, and he may even need to battle for a roster spot if the Raiders have a busy offseason at his position.
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