Sharpe signed his contract tender with the Raiders on Thursday, Jeremy Fowler of ESPN.com reports.
Sharpe will play under roughly a $2.1 million salary in 2020. He stands to serve a depth role on the Raiders' offensive line for the 2020 campaign.
The Raiders are giving Sharpe a fourth-round tender, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Sharpe started two of the nine games he suited up for last season in Oakland. The 24-year-old will now look to earn a spot on the Raiders' 53-man roster, assuming no other teams try to scoop him up.
Coach Jon Gruden said Monday that Sharpe will start at right tackle for Sunday's game against Denver, Jerry McDonald of The San Jose Mercury News reports.
Sharpe took over at right tackle last week against the Chargers, out-snapping Brandon Parker 49-20. Sharpe has came a long way since being a healthy scratch Week 15, and he will be tasked with slowing down a tough Broncos pass rush.
Sharpe (coach's decision) won't play in Sunday's game against the Chiefs.
Sharpe didn't carry an injury designation heading into the game despite logging limited practice time all week. With the offensive tackle sidelined for the game, look for Brandon Parker to be deployed as the depth tackle for Week 13.
Sharpe (calf) does not carry an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Chiefs.
Sharpe put in limited practices all week. With Trent Brown (knee) listed as questionable for Week 13, Sharpe could be in line for some immediate playing time.
Sharpe (calf) has been declared out for Sunday's game against the Jets, Paul Gutierrez of ESPN.com reports.
Sharpe was unable to practice this week and accordingly will sit out. The Raiders will be without some depth on the offensive line as a result.
Sharpe (calf) has been declared out for Sunday's game against the Bengals.
Sharpe made a limited appearance at practice Wednesday but was absent for the rest of the week. With Trent Brown (knee) questionable, Brandon Parker could be in line to see some playing time.
Sharpe (calf) did not practice Thursday, Paul Gutierrez of ESPN.com reports.
Sharpe was limited in Wednesday's practice, and he's now downgraded to sitting out entirely. The third-year pro will have one more opportunity to shake his calf issue ahead of Sunday's tilt against the Bengals, but he's currently trending toward sitting out Week 11.
The Raiders claimed Sharpe off waivers Friday, Paul Gutierrez of ESPN.com reports.
Sharpe was waived by the Texans earlier this week and Oakland swooped in to claim the second-year pro. With Kolton Miller (knee) and Kelechi Osemele (knee) both nursing injuries, Sharpe could realistically find an immediate role on the Raiders offensive line.
Sharpe was waived by Houston on Wednesday, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Sharpe was waived to make room for Deante Burton on the 53-man roster. The second-year pro served a depth role on Houston's offensive line but has parted ways with the team after about a month. If Sharpe goes unclaimed on waivers, he'll look to find a depth role elsewhere in the league.
Sharpe was promoted to the Texans' active roster Tuesday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
It appears that the Texans had planned to have the offensive lineman on their active roster from the start but had him join the practice squad to get acquainted with the team. Sharpe is entering his second NFL season after being selected by the Raiders in the fourth round of last year's draft.
Sharpe (illness) is active for Sunday's game against the Chargers.
Sharpe entered the weekend with a questionable designation after the illness prevented him from practicing Thursday, but his health took a turn for the better over the weekend. He'll start at left tackle in the season finale.
Sharpe (foot) wasn't listed on Wednesday's injury report.
Sharpe was listed previously for precautionary reasons but this clears him to return to his reserve role for the Raiders.
Sharpe was seen wearing a walking boot following Thursday's practice and subsequently watched Friday's from the sideline, Scott Bair of NBCSportsBayArea.com reports.
Sharpe is reportedly "banged up," so the Raiders are presumably giving him a little time to heal up. The fourth-round pick projects to provide depth behind Donald Penn and Austin Howard this season.