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Sep 18, 2022 1 2 2.0 2 0
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Fantasy News

  • Raiders' Zamir White: Sleeper RBs

    Josh Jacobs (illness) missed practice Thursday and Friday, and if he's out at Tennessee, White could be in line for plenty of touches for the Raiders. We'll see what Las Vegas does with Ameer Abdullah and Brandon Bolden, but White could lead the Raiders in carries. Through two games, Jacobs has 29 carries and two catches, and White could be a flex play in deeper leagues if he inherited those 15 touches per game against the Titans this week.
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  • Raiders' Zamir White: One carry in loss

    White took his only carry for two yards in Sunday's overtime loss to the Cardinals. The Raiders built a commanding 20-point lead ahead of halftime and subsequently leaned on starter Josh Jacobs out of the backfield, as he finished the contest with 19 carries for 69 yards while White earned just one touch in six offensive snaps. Ameer Abdullah mixed in on passing downs with Brandon Bolden (hamstring) inactive, further limiting White's role.
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  • Raiders' Zamir White: Zero offensive snaps in debut

    White was limited to just four snaps on special teams during his pro debut in a 24-19 loss to the Chargers on Sunday. White didn't see the field on offense as the Raiders were forced to play catch-up for a majority of the season opener, registering only 13 total carries as a team. The rookie fourth-round pick could remain relatively uninvolved again Week 2 against the Cardinals with Brandon Bolden (hamstring) and Ameer Abdullah splitting passing-down work behind starter Josh Jacobs.
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  • Raiders' Zamir White: Stashes (RB Preview)

    There have been plenty of rumors that the current Raiders staff is not as enamored with Josh Jacobs as the old Raiders staff. And Zamir White is someone they actually chose to add to the roster. At the very least, White should be the first man up on early downs if Jacobs goes down.
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  • Raiders' Zamir White: Week 1 Waiver Priority List

    White is my favorite stash candidate or lottery ticket this year. I'm not confident that the Raiders coaching staff is going to trust Josh Jacobs all season, and if he gets hurt then White should be in line for a big role in Las Vegas. You can't start him in Week 1 against the Chargers, but he should be rostered in all leagues. He's worth 5-10 percent of your remaining FAB.
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  • Raiders' Zamir White: Week 1 Priority List

    White is my favorite stash candidate or lottery ticket this year. I'm not confident that the Raiders coaching staff is going to trust Josh Jacobs all season, and if he gets hurt then White should be in line for a big role in Las Vegas. You can't start him in Week 1 against the Chargers, but he should be rostered in all leagues. He's worth 5-10 percent of your remaining FAB.
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  • Raiders' Zamir White: Stashes

    There have been plenty of rumors that the current Raiders staff is not as enamored with Josh Jacobs as the old Raiders staff. And Zamir White is someone they actually chose to add to the roster. At the very least, White should be the first man up on early downs if Jacobs goes down.
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  • Raiders' Zamir White: Finds end zone Friday

    White rushed five times for 17 yards and a touchdown and wasn't targeted in the passing game during the Raiders' 23-6 preseason win over the Patriots on Friday night. With Josh Jacobs among the Raiders' key players rested in the contest, the rookie drew the starting assignment and logged all his touches during the team's first two drives. White capped off the second of those possessions with a four-yard touchdown run late in the first quarter, his second trip to the end zone in the last two exhibitions. White has performed impressively overall this summer, seemingly setting him up for the No. 2 running back role behind Jacobs beginning with a Week 1 road AFC West battle against the Chargers on Sunday, Sept. 11.
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  • Raiders' Zamir White: Finds end zone in win

    White rushed five times for eight yards and a touchdown and secured his only target for four yards in the Raiders' 15-13 preseason win over the Dolphins on Saturday night. White drew the start with Josh Jacobs (coach's decision) sitting out, and he was able to close out the Raiders' first drive with a two-yard touchdown run. The rookie opened the preseason with a bang by gaining 75 total yards on 14 touches against the Jaguars in the Hall of Fame Game, but he's subsequently rushed for 21 yards on 10 carries in the next two exhibitions. Nevertheless, the fact White was the first back in ahead of veteran Kenyan Drake, who gained a modest 16 yards from scrimmage on his six touches, means the former could be on track to secure the No. 2 running back job behind Jacobs.
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  • Raiders' Zamir White: Quiet in second preseason game

    White started Sunday's preseason game against the Vikings -- with Josh Jacobs being a healthy scratch -- rushing five times for 13 yards and catching two of three targets for four yards. White wasn't able to replicate his strong showing from the Hall of Fame Game on Aug. 4 (75 total yards), but his status as the starter bodes well for his prospects of moving up the depth chart as a rookie. With Jacobs looking healthy for the start of the regular season, White's best-case scenario might end up being a change-of-pace/third-down role where he gets to flash his big-play ability with a handful of touches each week. For fantasy purposes, there might not be enough volume for the fourth-round pick to be a viable option early on, but he's a name to monitor, should he carve out a larger role. A clearer picture of the backfield depth chart may emerge during the Raiders' third preseason game at Miami on Saturday.
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  • Raiders' Zamir White: Impressive in preseason opener

    White rushed 11 times for 52 yards and brought in three of four targets for 23 yards during the Raiders' 27-11 preseason win over the Jaguars in Thursday's Hall of Fame Game. The rookie fourth-round pick was notably the second running back in behind Josh Jacobs and paced the Las Vegas backfield on the night in carries and rushing yards, flashing some of the efficiency that led to him averaging over 5.0 yards per carry in each of his three college seasons at Georgia. White's work as a receiver was equally encouraging, considering he finished his time with the Bulldogs having garnered just 17 receptions in 37 games. White is likely to see another solid dose of action when the Raiders face the Vikings in their next preseason contest on Sunday, Aug. 14.
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  • Raiders' Zamir White: Back at practice

    White, who missed the first two days of training camp with an undisclosed injury, has returned to practice, Vic Tafur of The Athletic reports. Tafur adds that the 2022 fourth-rounder has impressed since returning to the field, with running backs coach Kennedy Polamalu noting of White that "he's tough, has good contact balance, and you can see the growth in a new system." Now that he's back in the mix, the Georgia product will look to carve out a role in a Raiders backfield that's currently headed by returnees Josh Jacobs and Kenyan Drake. For now, White doesn't have a clear path to steady early-season volume, but that narrative could change down the road if he continues to impress this summer and/or either Jacobs or Drake miss time for any reason.
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  • Raiders' Zamir White: Coach downplays injury

    Coach Josh McDaniels doesn't expect a lengthy absence for White, who is dealing with an undisclosed injury, Hondo S. Carpenter of Sports Illustrated reports. "He's doing everything he can to get back out there as soon as possible," McDaniels said of White, "And the hope would be that it's not too much longer." Drafted in the fourth round out of Georgia in 2022, White will join a crowded Raiders backfield that also includes Josh Jacobs, Kenyan Drake and Brandon Bolden once the rookie's cleared to practice.
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  • Raiders' Zamir White: Not yet practicing

    White missed a third straight practice Tuesday for unspecified reasons, Tashan Reed of The Athletic reports. White's ongoing absence won't help his case from taking any work away from veteran starter Josh Jacobs, but the rookie fourth-round pick still has six weeks to make an impression before the beginning of the regular season. The Raiders have White, Kenyan Drake, Brandon Bolden, Ameer Abdullah and Brittain Brown as the backfield alternatives behind Jacobs, with White perhaps being the best fit for short-yardage work and/or early downs.
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