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  • Raiders' Maxx Crosby: Undergoes knee procedure

    Crosby underwent a "small cleanup" procedure on his knee Wednesday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Crosby was dealing a knee injury for almost the entire 2023 campaign and he required a minor surgery on his bursa joint. In spite of being less than fully healthy, Crosby appeared in all 17 of the Raiders' games and logged a career-high 14.5 sacks to go with 90 tackles and two forced fumbles.
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  • Raiders' Maxx Crosby: Cleared to play Sunday

    Crosby (knee) doesn't carry an injury designation into Sunday's game against the Broncos, Anthony Galaviz of The Fresno Bee reports. Crosby has been playing through knee issues most of the second half of the season, but it hasn't limited his playing time. He's played every defensive snap across the past two games. Crosby heads into the season finale with 13.5 sacks, a new career-high mark for the 26-year-old.
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  • Raiders' Maxx Crosby: Practices Thursday

    Crosby (knee) was a limited participant in practice Thursday after being listed as a limited participant on Wednesday's practice estimate. The three-time Pro Bowler has still never missed a game in his five-year career. Crosby has 88 tackles, including 13.5 sacks, in 2023. The defensive end also has two passes defensed, two forced fumbles and a fumble recovery.
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  • Raiders' Maxx Crosby: Suiting up Monday

    Crosby (knee) has no injury designation ahead of Monday's game against the Chiefs. Crosby opened Las Vegas' week of practice with back-to-back DNPs, but after a limited session Saturday, he's in line to play Christmas Day. Through the Raiders' first 14 games this year, the 26-year-old has recorded 80 total tackles, including 24 tackles for loss and 13.5 sacks. Crosby could be in for a big day Monday, as the Chiefs' offensive line has given up the fourth most sacks in the NFL thus far (46.0) and the unit will be without starting tackle Donovan Smith (neck).
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  • Raiders' Maxx Crosby: Notches four stops Week 15

    Crosby totaled four tackles (two solo) in a 63-21 win over the Chargers on Thursday Night Football. Crosby has been dealing with a knee injury for the past two weeks, but it hasn't caused him to miss any game action. The star defensive end logged a modest four stops in the victory, but one was for a loss, and he also notched two QB hits. Crosby will now have extra time to rest his knee before the Raiders' next contest, which will take place on Christmas Day versus Kansas City.
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  • Raiders' Maxx Crosby: Still dealing with injury

    Crosby (knee) was listed as did not participate on the Raiders' practice estimate for Monday. Crosby was questionable for the team's loss to the Vikings on Sunday but ended up playing and recording 10 tackles, including two sacks, in the process. However, although the team did not actually practice Monday, his appearance on the injury report would suggest he's still dealing with the knee issue and will open the week questionable for Thursday's divisional matchup with the Chargers.
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  • Raiders' Maxx Crosby: Could suit up vs. Vikings

    Crosby (knee) is listed as questionable ahead of Sunday's game against Minnesota, Rachel Gossen of the Raiders' official site reports. Crosby began Las Vegas' week of practice with two consecutive DNPs, but he was able to log a limited session Friday, and he has a chance to play Sunday. The All-Pro has yet to miss a game in his entire NFL career, but if he's unable to go in Week 14, Tyree Wilson would likely see increased work on the Raiders' defensive line.
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  • Raiders' Maxx Crosby: Limited at Wednesday's practice

    Crosby (knee) was a limited participant at practice Wednesday. Crosby played through the knee injury in Week 10, so he's likely just getting a little extra rest. If he can upgrade to practicing in full Thursday or Friday, he could avoid carrying an injury designation into the weekend.
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  • Raiders' Maxx Crosby: All ready for Monday

    Crosby (knee) does not carry an injury designation into Monday's game against the Lions, Anthony Galaviz of The Fresno Bee reports. Despite being listed as a limited participant in practice all week, the All-Pro pass rusher doesn't appear like he'll miss any time. Crosby is on pace to set a career high in sacks with a whopping 6.5 through seven games, but he's been a complete game wreaker even without taking the quarterback down, as he's near the league lead in pressures and tackles for a loss among defensive lineman.
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  • Raiders' Maxx Crosby: Gets another sack at Chicago

    Crosby recorded five tackles (two solo) including a sack in Sunday's 30-12 loss at the Bears. Crosby maintained his standing as one of the most productive pass-rushers in football in Week 7, working from outside to in to chase down rookie quarterback Tyson Bagent and registering in the sack column for the fifth consecutive week. He'll get a stiff challenge from one of the best offensive lines in the league in Week 8 at the Lions.
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  • Raiders' Maxx Crosby: Notches two sacks

    Crosby registered eight tackles (five solo) including two sacks during Las Vegas' 24-17 loss to the Chargers on Sunday. Crosby had his best game of the 2023 campaign so far, leading the team in tackles and recording his first multi-sack game of the year, bringing his total count to four. The 26-year-old is currently on pace to finish with a career high 17 sacks and will look to add to that total against the Packers on Monday.
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  • Raiders' Maxx Crosby: Ready to go for Week 4

    Crosby (knee) is officially active for Sunday's matchup with the Chargers. Crosby was able to log a full practice Friday and he is now set to play in Week 4. The defensive end has recorded 15 tackles, including two sacks, over the team's first three games of the year.
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  • Raiders' Maxx Crosby: Downgraded to DNP on Thursday

    Crosby (knee) did not participate in Thursday's practice, Vincent Bonsignore of the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports. It's a downgrade for Crosby after he was limited Wednesday, so this bears watching Friday and into the weekend. The potential of Crosby being out against Justin Herbert and the Chargers would definitely be felt Sunday if he can't go.
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  • Raiders' Maxx Crosby: Limited in practice Wednesday

    Crosby (knee) was limited in Wednesday's practice, Vincent Bonsignore of the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports. It's a new issue for the star edge rusher, and we'll have to note his participation levels the remainder of the week ahead of Sunday's Week 4 date with the division rival Chargers. Crosby has 15 tackles and a pair of sacks through three games.
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  • Raiders' Maxx Crosby: Logs sack in loss

    Crosby recorded three tackles (one solo) and one sack in Sunday's 23-18 loss to the Steelers. Besides his sack, which brought his total up to two on the year, Crosby was relatively quiet. His low production came even though he was on the field for 57 defensive snaps (95 percent) plus five on special teams (17 percent). He will look to get more active in Week 4 when the Raiders take on the Chargers.
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  • Raiders' Maxx Crosby: Adds 1.5 sacks Sunday

    Crosby recorded four tackles (three solo) and 1.5 sacks during Sunday's 40-34 overtime win over the Seahawks. Being one of the few defensive linemen in the league who can play every defensive snap, not to mention in an overtime game, Crosby logged 1.5 sacks in Week 12 and now has 4.5 across his last four contests. The 25-year-old is well on track to make his second consecutive Pro-Bowl appearance, as he's already collected career highs in both tackles (67) and sacks (10.5) in just 11 games played.
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  • Raiders' Maxx Crosby: Seven tackles Week 8

    Crosby recorded seven tackles (five solo) in a 24-0 loss to the Saints on Sunday. Crosby has now played at least 90 percent of the Raiders' defensive snaps in all seven games this season. The pass rusher accumulated six sacks over the first five weeks, though he did not manage to bring down the opposing quarterback for the second game in a row Sunday. Crosby should have a strong opportunity to add to his sack total during the Week 9 contest against the Jaguars.
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  • Raiders' Maxx Crosby: Two more sacks in win

    Crosby recorded four solo tackles and two sacks during Sunday's 32-23 win over the Broncos. Crosby's first sack of the contest came on a third-and-three play on the Broncos' first offensive possession of the second half and forced a punt. On Denver's next drive, the defensive end got after Russell Wilson on a second-and-nine play and took him down for a nine-yard loss. Across four games, Crosby has totaled 27 tackles and four sacks, putting him firmly in the Defensive Player of the Year conversation. He'll look to maintain his stellar play during Monday's divisional clash with Kansas City.
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  • Raiders' Maxx Crosby: Inks lucrative extension

    Crosby has signed a four-year extension with the Raiders, ESPN's Paul Gutierrez reports. Per the report, the ascending edge rusher's new deal is for $98.98 million, with $95 million in new money and $53 million guaranteed. The 2019 fourth-rounder is coming off a 2021 season in which he notched 56 tackles and eight sacks in 17 games, an effort that landed the 24-year-old Crosby in the Pro Bowl.
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  • Raiders' Maxx Crosby: Listed as limited with calf injury

    Crosby (calf) was listed as a limited participant on Monday's practice estimate, Vic Tafur of The Athletic reports. Crosby will likely play Saturday against the Browns. The third-year pro hasn't recorded a sack since Week 6, and his five sacks on the season have come in just two games. Nonetheless, the defensive end has played at least 68 percent of the Raiders' defensive snaps in every game this year and produces solid enough tackling numbers to be worthy of consideration in deeper IDP leagues.
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