Hudson (ankle) is absent from the Raiders' final injury report heading into Sunday's Week 17 matchup with the Broncos, Paul Gutierrez of ESPN.com reports.
Hudson logged a full practice Friday and looks good to go for the Raiders' regular-season finale barring any setbacks.
Hudson (ankle) doesn't carry an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Chiefs.
After being spotted in a walking boot after Sunday's loss to the Jets, Hudson sat Wednesday's practice out before returning in a limited capacity for the last two sessions of the week. Nevertheless, he won't wear an injury tag for Week 13.
Hudson was spotted wearing a walking boot on his right foot following Sunday's loss to the Jets, Paul Gutierrez of ESPN.com reports.
There was no news indicating Hudson suffered an injury during Sunday's game, so it's unclear whether the walking boot is just a precaution or indicative of a more serious issue. It's likely that the team will have an update on Hudson's health heading into next week's huge game against the Chiefs. If Hudson can't suit up, Andre James would be in line to take over starting center duties.
Hudson (ankle) is active for Thursday's contest against the Chargers.
Hudson initially drew a questionable tag for Thursday's divisional contest due to an ankle injury, but he'll ultimately manage to suit up despite the issue. The starting center's availability is a notable boost for Oakland's offensive line.
Hudson (ankle) is listed as questionable for Thursday's matchup against the Chargers.
Hudson worked in a limited fashion Wednesday, and he's still in danger of missing a second straight game. If he's ultimately inactive, Andre James is in line to start at center.
Hudson (lower leg) is inactive for Sunday's game versus Detroit.
Hudson was able to finish the week as a limited practice participant to receive the questionable tag, but he won't be able to play Sunday. Andre James (ankle) is healthy and should fill in at center for the Raiders.
The Raiders have listed Hudson (lower leg) as questionable ahead of Sunday's game against the Lions, Paul Gutierrez of ESPN.com reports.
Hudson practiced in limited fashion Friday after being a non-participant earlier in the week. Thus, he appears to be trending in a positive direction, but he still looks like a game-time decision. With backup center Andre James (ankle) also questionable, Richie Incognito could potentially be called upon to handle center duties should both get ruled out.
Hudson (lower leg) is expected to miss some time but won't be placed on injured reserve, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Hudson had X-rays come back negative Monday, but coach John Gruden indicated the team wasn't sure of the severity of the injury. The specifics remain unclear, but he 30-year-old didn't practice Wednesday and seems unlikely to play Sunday against the Lions.
Hudson had X-rays come back negative on his lower leg Monday, Paul Gutierrez of ESPN.com reports.
Hudson sustained the injury during Sunday's loss to the Texans and played only 10 snaps. The X-ray results are obviously good news, but coach Jon Gruden indicated the team may not know the severity of the injury. The 30-year-old's potential availability should receive further clarity when the Raiders return to practice later this week.
Hudson was forced out of Sunday's game against the Texans with a lower-leg injury.
Hudson was held back during practice week with an ankle injury, so this issue may be related. As long as the 30-year-old is on the sidelines, Andre James is slated to take over at center.
Hudson (ankle) will play in Sunday's game against the Texans.
Hudson started the week as a non-participant in practice and rose up to full speed Friday. Hudson will start at center.
Hudson agreed to terms on a three-year, $33.4 million contract extension with the Raiders on Saturday, Paul Gutierrez of ESPN reports.
The deal will award Hudson with $24.4 million in guaranteed money, and his annual salary of $11.13 million makes him the highest-paid center in the league. The veteran will continue to anchor an offensive line that should be among the league's best in 2019.
Hudson agreed to a restructured contract Friday, opening $5.6 million in cap space for Oakland, Field Yates of ESPN reports.
The Raiders effectively converted over $7 million of Hudson's 2018 base salary into a bonus. This move gives a team without much cap space some breathing room for future contract negotiations. Named to the Pro Bowl each of the past two seasons, Hudson will start at center along a strong Oakland offensive line, one that added offensive tackle Kolton Miller (UCLA) in the first round of the 2018 NFL Draft.
Hudson (ankle, illness) is listed as active for Monday's game in Philadelphia.
Hudson enters Monday's game as Pro Football Focus' top-graded center in terms of pass blocking. However, an ankle injury combined with an illness to prevent Hudson from practicing until Saturday this week, making it fair to question whether his effectiveness could be compromised.
Raiders center Rodney Hudson has to live up to a lot of hype. He signed a five-year, $44.5 million contract with the team this offseason so all eyes are on him.
So far during organized team activities, Hudson has impressed his coaches and teammates, per CSNbayarea.com.
“Rodney’s done a terrific job. He’s been more than what we anticipated,” offensive coordinator Bill Musgrave said. “He has better movement than I think we expected from our film study and from watching from the other sideline. He’s done a great job of pulling. Guards and tackles pull a bunch in our system, but the center needs to at times, and he’s able to do that.”
Hudson, a second-round pick in 2011, has instilled confidence in his teammates by how he's performed throughout practice thus far.
Watching him out here, I am like, ‘Oh, you’re worth every penny you got.’ He is a very good penny, so I am looking forward to it," left tackle Donald Penn said. "He is going to man that middle and we’re going to follow his lead.”
Free agent center Rodney Hudson agreed to a five-year, $44.5 million deal with the Raiders, reports CBS Sports NFL Insider Jason La Canfora. Hudson, 25, started 31 of 32 games for the Chiefs over the past two seasons.
When Hudson officially signs the contract on Tuesday, he'll become the league's highest-paid center.
The Raiders are looking to upgrade their offensive line by making a run at center Rodney Hudson, according to a report from FOX Sports.
Hudson has previously met with the Chiefs, the team he's played with the past the past four seasons. With Kansas City, Hudson has started 31 of the 32 games he's played in the past two years.
Though the Raiders are vying for Hudson, the Chiefs are still very much alive in the free agent battle.
The Chiefs met with guard Rodney Hudson's representatives during the NFL combine to discuss a contract, a source told The Kansas City Star.
No deal appears imminent, but the two sides are still discussing a contract. Hudson has started in 31 games for the Chiefs over the last two seasons.
Six Chiefs have been designated as probable for the Sunday battle against Oakland. They are cornerback Marcus Cooper (back), center Rodney Hudson (elbow), linebacker Nico Johnson (elbow), tight end Sean McGrath (knee), defensive back Ron Parker (shoulder) and running back Anthony Sherman (knee/ankle).
Chiefs offensive lineman Jeff Allen (groin, knee), defensive lineman Mike DeVito (knee), offensive lineman Rodney Hudson (elbow), defensive back Ron Parker (shoulder) and running back Anthony Sherman (knee, ankle), who were listed as probable on Friday's injury report, are all active for Week 14 at Washington.