Worley recorded three tackles in the team's Week 10 victory over the Chargers.
Worley picked up an ankle injury during the team's Week 9 contest against the Lions. However, he didn't carry an injury designation heading into the team's game on Thursday against the Chargers and played his normal allotment of snaps. For the season, Worley has managed 37 total tackles with four passes defensed and an interception.
Worley (ankle) won't carry an injury designation into Thursday's game against the Chargers.
Worley underwent an MRI following Sunday's win against the Lions, and it appears he's in the clear after two days of limited practice. The fourth-year pro will start opposite rookie Trayvon Mullen and work to shut down Keenan Allen and Mike Williams.
Worley (ankle) did not participate in Monday's estimated practice.
Worley is dealing with a left ankle injury suffered during Sunday's win over the Lions. He underwent an MRI on Monday, the results of which have yet to be disclosed. With a matchup against the Chargers coming up Thursday, the 24-year-old is facing a short week of recovery.
Worley is believed to have a strained Achilles and will undergo an MRI on Monday, Scott Bair of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.
Worley had three solo tackles and an interception in Sunday's win over the Lions, but he was limited to a season-low 77 percent of defensive snaps due to the injury. The 24-year-old won't have much time to recover for Thursday's matchup with the Chargers.
Worley (shoulder) notched one tackle during Thursday's 33-26 preseason win over the Cardinals.
Worley is coming off shoulder surgery, and looks to be fully healthy. The 24-year-old is working to earn a starting role in Oakland's secondary opposite Gareon Conley.
Worley (shoulder) officially re-signed with the Raiders on Monday, Scott Bair of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.
Worley signed a contract tender worth $3.095 million, which was originally extended to him in March. The 24-year-old underwent offseason surgery to address a shoulder issue that caused him to miss the last two games of the 2018 season. However, he is expected to be a full go for 2019. A physical cornerback, Worley appears primed to start opposite Gareon Conley and could secure IDP relevance with increased snaps on tap.
Worley (shoulder) is expected to return to the Raiders on a one-year deal worth $3.095 million after the team placed a second-round tender on the cornerback Thursday, Tom Pelissero of NFL.com reports.
Worley's first season with the Raiders saw career-low totals in tackles and passes defended, but some of that can be attributed to a four-game suspension to begin the season, as well as a shoulder injury that cut his campaign two weeks short. He'll return to Oakland at a relatively low cost to provide depth in the secondary. Any team electing to match this offer would have to surrender a second-round pick.
Coach Jon Gruden believes Worley had shoulder surgery recently, Michael Gehlken of the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports.
Worley was traded and released during the 2018 offseason, eventually landing in Oakland where he made 10 appearances (nine starts) after serving a four-game suspension in September. The 23-year-old cornerback is scheduled to become a restricted free agent and thus figures to be back with the Raiders in 2019. Shoulder surgery might throw a hitch in the plan, but he'll likely be healthy for training camp.
Worley (shoulder) was placed on injured reserve Monday, Matt Schneidman of The San Jose Mercury News reports.
Worley was initially listed as questionable for Monday's game against the Broncos and was a limited pratice participant all week, but he now lands on season-ending injured reserve. Expect Nick Nelson and Bene Benwikere to see a notable uptick in snaps throughout the final two games of the season.
Worley (shoulder) is questionable for Monday's game against the Broncos, Michael Gehlken of the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports.
Worley was a limited participant at practice this week as he's battled shoulder issues on and off since late October. The 24-year-old missed the first four weeks of the season due to a suspension but has since played in all 10 games for the Raiders. Nick Nelson and Bene Benwikere could see heavily increased roles against Denver with starting cornerback Gareon Conley (concussion) also questionable.
Worley (shoulder) was a non-participant at Thursday's practice.
Worley has now dealt with shoulder injuries on two separate occasions this season, but he's yet to miss a game. His practice status this upcoming weekend will give an indication of whether he's trending towards suiting up Monday against the Broncos. If Worley is forced to sit out, Rashaan Melvin and Nick Nelson stand in line to see increased work at cornerback.
Worley (shoulder) is active for Sunday's game against the Chiefs.
Worley was initially listed as questionable for Sunday's tilt against the Chiefs after he was limited in practice all week but he will ultimately suit up Week 13. He'll draw the start at left cornerback and attempt to contain Patrick Mahomes and Kansas City's offense.
Worley (shoulder) is officially listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Chiefs.
Worley has practiced on a limited basis all week, and he appears to be truly questionable for Sunday's tilt against the Chiefs. With Leon Hall (back) having been placed on injured reserve Friday, Worley will start at left cornerback if he's able to suit up Week 13.
Worley (shoulder) will start against the 49ers on Thursday, Michael Gehlken of the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports.
Worley was limited in practice throughout the week due to a shoulder injury sustained during Oakland's loss to the Colts on Sunday, but he appears to have fully recovered. The third-year pro will draw the start at left cornerback with Rashaan Melvin (coach's decision) inactive Week 9.
Worley (shoulder) is listed as questionable for Thursday's contest against the 49ers, Matt Schneidman of The San Jose Mercury News reports.
Worley sustained the injury against the Colts in Week 8. The short week doesn't make his recovery any easier, but Worley was able to log limited practices Monday and Tuesday. In three games since returning from a suspension, Worley has 16 tackles (15 solo). If Worley misses time on the field, Leon Hall and Rashaan Melvin would be next in line.
Worley (ankle) is listed as active for Sunday's game against the Colts, Paul Gutierrez of ESPN.com reports.
Worley sustained a minor ankle injury during Friday's practice, but he'll be able to play through the issue Sunday. He's slated to start at cornerback and will see a healthy defensive snap count.
Worley (ankle) carries the questionable tag going into Sunday's matchup with the Colts, Scott Bair of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.
Worley was a late addition to the injury report, getting in a limited practice Friday. Coach Jon Gruden said that Worley sustained the injury in practice Friday and that he doesn't believe it to be serious. The third-year pro logged a combined 111 defensive snaps in the last two games.
Worley recorded five solo tackles, two passes defensed and an interception in Sunday's 27-3 loss to the Seahawks.
Worley drew the start at cornerback over Gareon Conley, who'd been benched after just 13 snaps during a Week 5 loss to the Chargers. Worley produced with a handful of tackles to go along with a pick, but the Raiders' defense allowed Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson to throw for three touchdowns. Next up is Andrew Luck and the Colts in Week 8 following a Week 7 bye.
Worley amassed eight tackles (seven solo) and a tackle for loss in Sunday's 26-10 loss to the Chargers.
Worley had the highest defensive snap count of any Raiders cornerback in his return from a four-game suspension, while starter Gareon Conley was benched due to early struggles. Worley nearly led the team in tackles during his first game with Oakland, so he could be busy again versus the Seahawks in Week 6.
Worley (suspension) is scheduled to resume practicing with the Raiders this week after the team reinstated him to the 53-man roster Monday, Matt Schneidman of The San Jose Mercury News reports.
The Raiders will remove a player from the roster in a corresponding move later in the day. Worley, who signed a one-year deal with Oakland in April, was unavailable for the first four games after violating the NFL's personal-conduct policy when he was arrested in Philadelphia during the offseason. Though he wasn't able to practice while under suspension, Worley has been active around the Raiders' team facility and should be ready to play Sunday against the Chargers. The 23-year-old started 25 games for the Panthers over his first two seasons in the league, but it's unclear if he'll be able to unseat Gareon Conley or Rashaan Melvin for one of the top jobs at cornerback in 2018.
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