Peterman (coach's decision) is officially inactive for Sunday's game against the Jets.
Peterman had been handling the backup duties behind Derek Carr since Week 8, but Marcus Mariota will assume the position Week 13. Peterman saw work in last week's blowout loss to Atlanta, completing three of five passes for 25 yards. It's unclear if Peterman was relegated to the No. 3 job for good or just for Week 13.
Peterman agreed to a restructured contract that will pay $1 million -- all guaranteed -- in 2020, Field Yates of ESPN reports.
Peterman inked a one-year, $2.133 million contract in April, but none of that money was guaranteed. Presumed No. 2 quarterback Marcus Mariota is dealing with an undisclosed injury, so it makes sense for the Raiders to rework a mutually beneficial deal that will likely keep Peterman rostered through the entire 2020 season. If Mariota gets healthy, however, Peterman could be a healthy scratch on gameday.
Peterman (elbow) is healthy and ready to compete for a roster spot in 2020, Vincent Bonsignore of the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports.
An elbow injury ended Peterman's 2019 campaign early, but it appears his health is back up to par ahead of the upcoming season. He's the clear No. 3 quarterback on the Raiders' roster after Derek Carr and Marcus Mariota, but Peterman will work to convince the team to keep three quarterbacks during training camp.
The Raiders placed an original-round tender on Peterman (elbow) on Monday, Vincent Bonsignore of the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports.
Peterman failed to suit up during the 2019 season after an elbow injury forced him to injured reserve. The 25-year-old stands to make $2.1 million with the Raiders, but they would stand to receive a fifth-round pick back as compensation should they not match an impending contract offer from another team.
Peterman (elbow) is not eligible to return from injured reserve in 2019 after the Raiders chose to activate Marquel Lee on Monday, Scott Bair of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.
There was a small chance Peterman could've been activated from IR at some point after his stellar preseason, but those hopes have now been extinguished. The 25-year-old is a restricted free agent in 2020, but it's not necessarily a guarantee that Peterman will return to the Raiders next season.
Peterman was placed on injured reserve Monday with a small tear in the supporting ligament in his elbow, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Peterman had an impressive preseaon for the Raiders as he completed 71.4 percent of his passes for 475 yards with three touchdowns and no interceptions while also rushing 12 times for 78 yards. The 25-year-old remained behind Derek Carr and Mike Glennon on the depth chart, but there was the potential for him to receive another look elsewhere if the Raiders waived him. Instead, Peterman will move to IR while he recovers from the ligament injury.
Peterson completed 23 of 37 passes for 210 yards and two touchdowns in Thursday's preseason win over the Packers.
The former Bill led the Raiders' offense on two scoring drives in the fourth quarter to engineer a comeback victory, finding De'Mornay Pierson-El for a seven-yard TD with a little over five minutes left in the game and then guiding the team into field-goal range for Daniel Carlson's 33-yard game-winner inside the final 10 seconds. Peterman remains stuck behind Derek Carr (who got the night off) and Mike Glennon (who played the first quarter Thursday) on the Oakland depth chart, but this performance could earn him a look from another club in need of a backup QB with some experience if he doesn't make the cut for the Raiders.
Peterman signed a reserve/future contract with the Raiders on Tuesday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
Peterman's struggles with the Bills over the last two years have been well-documented with just three touchdowns compared to 12 interceptions in eight games. Josh Allen is the clear future for Buffalo and Matt Barkley will be a serviceable backup, so the Bills cut Peterman in November. According to Paul Gutierrez of ESPN.com, coach Jon Gruden likes Peterman's athleticism and sees a chance to reinvent him. "Hopefully, we can take him into the offseason program. See if we can restart him and get him going," Gruden said. Peterman will battle AJ McCarron to be Derek Carr's backup in 2019.
The Raiders signed Peterman to their practice squad Wednesday, not their 53-man roster, Matt Schneidman of The San Jose Mercury News reports.
Given his career totals of three touchdowns and 12 interceptions on 130 pass attempts, the Raiders probably don't need to worry about another team poaching Peterman off their practice squad. Jon Gruden was a huge fan of the Pittsburgh product ahead of the 2017 NFL Draft, and the Raiders coach now gets a closer look to see if there's anything to salvage. This move comes with no real risk for the Raiders, but it's also hard to find any shred of upside, considering Peterman is substandard in terms of both physical tools and poise in the pocket.
Peterman will sign with the Raiders on Wednesday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
Coach Jon Gruden once referred to Peterman as the most pro-ready quarterback in the 2017 NFL Draft. Ultimately selected by Buffalo in the fifth round, the Pittsburgh product tossed three touchdowns and 12 interceptions on 130 career pass attempts prior to his release in mid-November. Gruden now gets his chance to take a closer look at Peterman, who will slot in behind Derek Carr and AJ McCarron on Oakland's depth chart. He's a reclamation project without much upside, as Peterman lacks elite physical tools to offset his jitters in the pocket.
Peterman recently held a workout with the Lions, a source told Field Yates of ESPN.
It was Peterman's first audition with another team since the Bills cut him loose Monday following a disastrous season-and-a-half-long run with the organization. Though Peterman possesses an ideal frame (6-foot-2, 225 pounds) for a quarterback and is just 24 years old, the tape he's put out thus far in his brief career suggests he's not a capable NFL backup or a developmental prospect worth keeping on a 53-man roster. If he finds a new home somewhere this season, it will most likely be as a member of the practice squad.
The Bills waived Peterman on Monday.
Peterman was horrendous in eight spot appearances during his two-year tenure in Buffalo, posting a completion percentage of 52.3, interception rate of 9.2 percent and three touchdowns on 130 career passes. With the impressive showing from Matt Barkley on Sunday against the Jets and the expected return to health of Josh Allen (elbow) in Week 12 following a bye week, Peterman was on precarious footing. The Bills made the logical move with their 53-man roster, even if it meant admitting defeat with the development of the 2017 fifth-round pick.
Peterman is set to dress as the backup quarterback Sunday against the Jets will the Bills naming Matt Barkley their Week 10 starter.
It marks the third time Peterman has been benched this season and the second time he's been passed over by a quarterback the Bills signed off the street, with Derek Anderson (concussion) and Barkley earning starting nods after dismal games from the turnover-prone 24-year-old. Josh Allen (elbow) is expected to be back following the team's Week 11 bye, meaning Peterman could very well be the fourth option on the depth chart by the end of the month, if he's even with the team at that point.
Head coach Sean McDermott would not commit to Peterman starting Sunday against the Jets in the event that Josh Allen (elbow) and Derek Anderson (concussion) cannot play, Joe Buscaglia of WKBW.com reports.
Anderson has already been ruled out for Week 10, so he will not be an option for the Bills this week. Allen has not played in almost a month, and although he will get three days of practice in this week, he is not a lock to play, either. That would put Peterman in line for another start, but McDermott's comments at his Friday morning press conference leave the door open for Matt Barkley to start if Allen ultimately is ruled out as well. Expect more details on the Bills' quarterback situation to emerge in the near future.
Coach Sean McDermott said Peterman will only get another start if both Josh Allen (shoulder) and Derek Anderson (concussion) are unavailable, Mike Rodak of ESPN.com reports.
Peterman tossed three interceptions during Sunday's 41-9 loss to the Bears, bringing his total to 12 picks on 130 career pass attempts. If nothing else, the Bills should have a decent chance to get Anderson through the concussion protocol in time for a Week 10 game against the Jets. There's really no reason to give Peterman another start, even if it means turning to recent addition Matt Barkley.
Peterman completed 31 of 49 passes for 189 yards and three interceptions while rushing eight times for 46 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 41-9 home loss to the Bears.
Peterman continued to build his case for the worst passer of all time, tossing another pick-six among his three interceptions to bring his career touchdown to interception ratio to 3:12. His line would have looked even worse if not for a one-yard rushing score with his team down 34-3 in the fourth quarter. Up next for the Bills is a Week 10 matchup with the Jets, and they'll certainly be hoping to have at least one of Josh Allen (elbow) or Derek Anderson (concussion) back by then.
Peterman is on track to start Sunday's game against the Bears after teammate Derek Anderson (concussion) was downgraded to out for the contest.
It will be the fourth career start for Peterman, who has provided little evidence to date that he's an NFL-caliber backup, let alone a No. 1 option. Given the Bills' all-time anemic passing game over eight games and the fact that Peterman can improve his career passer rating by throwing every single pass Sunday directly into the ground, the 25-year-old makes for a rather undesirable fantasy option, even in two-quarterback formats. In fairness, he's shown enough skill at times to where there's some hope he'll show the Bills something against the Bears, in what might be a last chance to convince the team he's worth keeping around as Josh Allen's backup into next season.
Peterman likely remains in line to start Sunday against Chicago with Derek Anderson (concussion) uncertain to play, Matthew Fairburn of The Athletic reports.
Josh Allen (elbow) has already been ruled out and Anderson remains in the concussion protocol, so unless the latter's condition takes a dramatic turn for the better in the next couple of days, Peterman will be under center in Week 9. The Bills signed Matt Barkley on Wednesday, so the team will at least have two healthy quarterbacks heading into the weekend.
Peterman's chances of starting Sunday against the Bears seemed to improve Wednesday after Derek Anderson (concussion) missed practice and Josh Allen (elbow) was officially ruled out for Week 9.
While Adam Schefter of ESPN already reported that Anderson won't start this week, the Bills haven't publicly confirmed the news yet even though everything seems to point in that direction. The team also signed journeyman quarterback Matt Barkley on Wednesday, a pretty clear indication they're rolling with two healthy options for Sunday with Allen out and Anderson unlikely to play. If Peterman has another bad game, the national media will certainly have another field day at his expense since he's already tossed 10 interceptions on a mere 85 attempts between regular-season and postseason action. An optimist would say this will be a good final chance to see if Peterman truly does have NFL chops, something he displayed during the preseason. The pessimist would wonder aloud if the team's two best healthy quarterback options don't even play that position for the team, between tight end Logan Thomas and newly signed wideout Terrelle Pryor.
Peterman is expected to serve as the Bills' starting quarterback Sunday against the Bears, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
With Josh Allen (elbow) sidelined for another week and Derek Anderson embedded in the concussion protocol and uncertain to be available Sunday, it appears the keys to the offense will now be in Peterman's hands once again. The second-year signal-caller relieved Anderson with about a minute left in the fourth quarter of Monday's loss to the Patriots, completing both of his pass attempts against soft coverage before the final whistle sounded. Peterman has been notoriously turnover-prone in his NFL action to date and won't make for an appealing fantasy option in Week 9 while matching up with a quality Bears defense.
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