McGill (knee, illness) is listed as active for Monday's game against the Eagles.
McGill was originally considered questionable to play after missing Thursday's practice with a knee injury. Now cleared to suit up, the fourth-year safety should be ready to assume his typically heavy workload on special teams, but it's not guaranteed he'll see significant playing time on defense.
McGill (foot) isn't listed on the Raiders' injury report heading into Sunday's matchup with the Ravens.
The foot injury limited McGill's participation during Wednesday's practice, but he was upgraded to a full participant Thursday and Friday and looks like he'll be an option for the Raiders in Week 5. McGill has appeared in one game this season -- the team's Week 3 loss to the Redskins -- logging all 27 of his snaps on special teams.
McGill (foot) is listed as inactive for Sunday's game against the Broncos.
McGill made his season debut against the Redskins in Week 3, but he only made one tackle on 27 special teams snaps. Without him, though, the Raiders are seriously thin at the safety position, and rookie seventh-round pick Shalom Luani is the last remaining backup at the position.
McGill (foot) is questionable to play Sunday against the Broncos, Michael Gehlken of the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports.
It seems McGill may have aggravated a foot injury in his season debut last Sunday, considering he was a limited participant in practice this entire week. If he's ultimately ruled out, Shalom Luani would likely serve as the backup to Reggie Nelson.
McGill (foot) is inactive Sunday for the Raiders' Week 2 game against the Jets.
Though the Raiders listed McGill as questionable heading into the weekend, his full participation in practice Thursday and Friday offered hope he might be able to suit up Sunday. Evidently, the safety didn't make as much progress as the Raiders had hoped, so his 2017 debut will have to wait a little longer.
McGill (foot) was a full participant at Friday's practice but is still listed as questionable for Sunday's game versus the Jets.
After a limited role Wednesday, McGill has practiced fully the last two days. Thus, he is likely more on the optimistic side of questionable heading into Week 2. Shalom Luani figures to be in line for more rotational reps in the defensive backfield should McGill ultimately be forced to sit out.
McGill (foot) was a full participant at the Raiders' practice Thursday.
McGill has been on the road to recovery since undergoing surgery on his foot in early August for a Jones fracture, but he appears to be on the cusp of returning. The 28-year-old could very well play Sunday against the Jets, but he could easily be held out of game action for another week as well.
McGill (foot) was a limited participant in practice Wednesday, Vic Tafur of The Athletic San Francisco reports.
The fact that he was able to practice in any capacity this week is encouraging news for the safety, who underwent surgery in early August to repair a Jones fracture in his right foot. The 28-year-old likely isn't on track to play Sunday against the Jets, as the Raiders haven't updated his timeline for returning to the field.
McGill (foot) did not practice Wednesday and is not expected to play Sunday against the Titans, Vic Tafur of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.
The Jones fracture in McGill's foot will need at least another week to heal. However, it's a good sign that he wasn't placed on injured reserve, but the timeline is unclear and could extend into October.
McGill (foot) suffered a Jones fracture Saturday and will require surgery, Michael Gehlken of the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports.
McGill may not be out the entire season, but he should miss a signficant amount of time. His absence is a blow to the Raiders' special teams unit, not to mention their depth in the secondary.
McGill showed up to practice with a boot on his right foot, Paul Gutierrez of ESPN.com reports.
McGill wasn't in line to start anyway since Karl Joseph and Reggie Nelson are still in the lineup, but this isn't a good sign. It's still up in the air as to how serious the injury is, so check back for updates as training camp progresses.
McGill (abdomen) is listed as active for Sunday's game against the Panthers.
McGill will avoid his first missed game of the season despite being limited in practice throughout the week due to an abdomen injury. He'll serve as Karl Joseph's backup at strong safety.
McGill is listed as the Raiders starting strong safety for Week 2's matchup with the Falcons.
McGill takes over as the starting safety and will play alongside Reggie Nelson on Sunday. He recorded six tackles and a pass deflection in Sunday's win over the Saints.
McGill recorded six tackles (four solo) and a pass defensed during Sunday's win over the Saints.
McGill found his way into the secondary rotation often Sunday, and put up solid numbers given Saints quarterback Drew Brees found his receivers often (28 completions). The 6-foot-3 defensive back has the physical makeup to become an important part of the Raiders' defense eventually, while Reggie Nelson and Nate Allen will continue to start at the safety spots.
A quartet of Raiders have been red-lighted for the Sunday game against the Broncos, including cornerbacks Chimdi Chekwa (hamstring) and Carlos Rogers (knee). The others are tight end David Ausberry (foot) and guard Gabe Jackson (knee).
Listed as questionable is T.J. Carrie (ankle) while wideout Vincent Brown (hamstring), cornerback Keith McGill (groin), fullback Jamize Olawale (shoulder) and defensive end Justin Tuck (knee) are probable.
The Raiders have listed QB Matt McGloin, WR Vincent Brown, CB Carlos Rogers, CB Chimdi Chekwa, CB Keith McGill, G Tony Bergstrom and TE David Ausberry as inactive Week 9 against the Seahawks.
Brown, Chekwa, McGill and Ausberry had been ruled out prior to Sunday and were not expected to play. Rogers came into the game considered doubtful due to a knee injury.
The Raiders have listed 10 players on it final injury report and have ruled four of them out for Sunday's clash against the Seahawks. David Ausberry (foot), Vincent Brown (hamstring), Chimdi Chekwa (hamstring) and Keith McGill were ruled out for Week 9. Carlos Rogers (knee) is the only player deemed doubtful, while the other five were ruled probable.
T.J. Carrie (back), Jamize Olawale (shoulder), Marcel Reece (quad), Kenbrell Thompkins (rest) and Justin Tuck (knee) were all labeled probable.
Wideout Vincent Brown (hamstring) is the most notable player among the Raiders inactives released for the Sunday game in Cleveland. Also hurt and out are cornerback Keith McGill (groin) and tight end David Ausberry (foot).
The healthy scratches are quarterback Matt McGloin, linebacker Bojay Filimoeatu and offensive linemen Matt McCants and Tony Bergstrom.
The Raiders listed a lengthy injury report for Week 8 at Cleveland. The team ruled out the following players for Sunday: tight end David Ausberry (foot), wide receiver Vincent Brown (hamstring), cornerback Keith McGill (groin), defensive end LaMarr Woodley (bicep) and safety Usama Young (knee).
Deemed questionable were offensive lineman Khalif Barnes (quadriceps), fullback Marcel Reece (quadriceps), cornerback Carlos Rogers (knee) and defensive end Justin Tuck (knee). Guard Austin Howard (neck) was the only player on the list deemed probable.
The Raiders have listed QB Matt McGloin, WR Vincent Brown, CB Keith McGill, FB Marcel Reece, OL Khalif Barnes, OL Tony Bergstrom and DE Justin Tuck as inactive Week 7 against the Cardinals.
Brown and McGill had been ruled out prior to the contest, so the moves shouldn't come as a surprise. Barnes, Reece and Tuck were all considered questionable, but none of the three will be able to go.
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