Incognito (Achilles) will undergo season-ending foot surgery, Paul Gutierrez of ESPN.com reports.
The 37-year-old has been on injured reserve since suffering the Achilles injury Week 2, and he won't be retaking the field this season due to the foot procedure. Incognito remains under contract for 2021 if he opts to return for a 14th NFL season.
Incognito (Achilles) is showing improvement in his recovery, Paul Gutierrez of ESPN.com reports.
It's unclear where exactly the veteran currently stands in his progression, but coach Jon Gruden said "[Incognito] is getting closer to returning." The 37-year-old has been on injured reserve since suffering the Achilles injury Week 2 against the Saints.
The Raiders placed Incognito on injured reserve Wednesday.
With the new rules going into effect this season, Incognito will now have to miss a minimum of three games on IR. The veteran suffered the injury during Monday night's win, and as long as he's out, John Simpson is expected to take over as the team's starting left guard.
Incognito (Achilles) has been ruled out for the remainder of Monday's game against the Saints.
Incognito was limited in practice all week and aggravated his Achilles injury early in Monday's contest, forcing him to the sideline. Look for John Simpson to fill in at left guard for the remainder of the contest.
Incognito (Achilles) will play in Monday's game versus the Saints, Paul Gutierrez of ESPN.com reports.
Incognito was a limited practice participant Friday and Saturday, but he won't carry an injury tag into the prime-time matchup. The veteran lineman will start at left guard.
Incognito (ankle) has firmly established himself as the Raiders' starting left guard, Vincent Bonsignore of the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports.
Incognito made the most of his opportunity while playing on a one-year prove-it deal in 2019, leading the Raiders to lock him up through 2021. The soon-to-be 37-year-old will anchor the left guard spot for the team's inaugural Las Vegas campaign.
Incognito (ankle) signed a two-year, $14 million contract extension with $6.35 million guaranteed Monday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Incognito was on a prove-it deal this year, and the 36-year-old did just that. He started at left guard this season and did well enough to earn another two years in the league, and he'll be an integral part of the Raiders' shift to Las Vegas.
Incognito (ankle) is officially inactive for Sunday's game against the Broncos, Matt Kawahara of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.
Incognito came into the game drawing a doubtful tag, and with the Raiders having an outside shot to make the playoffs, he couldn't give it a go. It's expected that Lester Cotton will take over as the team's starting left guard with Incognito sidelined.
Incognito (ankle) is officially listed as doubtful for Sunday's regular-season finale against the Broncos, but he could still ultimately give it a go, Vic Tafur of The Athletic reports.
The Raiders still have an outside chance at making the playoffs, so Incognito could still apparently attempt to play through the injury. It is odd that he was given a doubtful designation instead of questionable if there is a chance he can play. Look for Lester Cotton to replace him at left guard if he is unable to suit up.
Incognito (ankle) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Chargers, Paul Gutierrez of ESPN.com reports.
Incognito was unable to practice in any capacity this week, meaning it was always a long shot that he would suit up for Week 16. Denzelle Good will get the start at left guard with Incognito absent.
Incognito (ankle) did not practice Wednesday, Matt Kawahara of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.
Incognito is nursing an ankle injury sustained during Sunday's loss to the Jaguars. The starting left guard will have two more chances to upgrade his activity ahead of Week 16's game against the Chargers.
Incognito was injured late in Sunday's loss to the Jaguars, Matt Kawahara of The San Francisco Chronicle reports.
The nature and severity of Incognito's injury remain unclear, as it occurred just a few plays before the game ended. Expect an update on the guard's status to surface once the Raiders begin practicing ahead of their Week 16 meeting with the Chargers.
Incognito is questionable for Sunday's game against the Bears in London due to a back injury.
Incognito first appeared on the injury report Thursday as a limited participant, and he was unable to take part in Friday's practice. Gabe Jackson (knee) and Jordan Devey (pectoral) are both out, leaving the Raiders with minimal depth on the interior of their offensive line.
Incognito has been reinstated after his two-game suspension, Vic Tafur of The Athletic reports.
Incognito may suit up for the Raiders in Week 3 versus the Vikings since Gabe Jackson (knee) has already been ruled out and Trent Brown (knee) is hurting as well. The veteran lineman will likely start in a reserve role.
Incognito will be suspended two games for a violation of the NFL's personal conduct policy, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
The 36-year-old signed with Oakland in May and should compete for the starting job at left guard. Incognito can participate in training camp and preseason, but his first regular-season appearance won't come until Week 3 against Minnesota -- assuming he's still on the Raiders roster.
Incognito is signing a one-year deal with the Raiders, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Incognito retired last offseason, citing stress and other health issues. The controversial guard was a 16-game starter for the Bills in three consecutive seasons from 2015 to 2017, receiving a Pro Bowl nod each year.
The Bills released Incognito from their reserve/retired list Monday.
Incognito announced in April that he planned to retire, but Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that Incognito has since changed his mind and wants to continue his playing career. Since the Bills still held his rights after placing him on the reserve/retired list, Incognito's release means he's no longer affiliated with Buffalo, making the veteran lineman free to sign with any team.
The Bills officially placed Incognito on their reserve/retired list Thursday, Vic Carucci of The Buffalo News reports.
On short notice, Incognito told the NFL Players Association of his intentions to retire earlier this week, citing health issues related to the stress of the game and a diet that had become too reliant on protein and carbohydrates. We also know he's unhappy with a recent pay cut, so there's a chance he reconsiders with several months to go before the 2018 season. If Incognito does leave the game, his absence leaves the Bills in a major bind, given that the team already traded offensive lineman Cordy Glenn, while long-time stud Eric Wood had to retire over health issues himself. The Bills made the playoffs last season, but the offense struggled much of the way and it looks like the team could end up starting mostly from scratch for 2018, other than LeSean McCoy.
Incognito revealed Tuesday that he plans to retire, citing stress and other related health issues, Vic Carucci of The Buffalo News reports. "I'm done, I'm done, that's it," said Incognito. "It's been a long career. My liver and kidneys are shutting down. Nothing I can't restore with some balance, but the stress is killing me.
For what it's worth, Incognito has been having trouble with his agent and for having to take a pay cut, so we suppose there's a small chance he changes course. Best known for his role in the 2013 Miami Dolphins bullying controversy, Incognito spent 2014 out of football but then returned to play at a high level while starting all 48 games for Buffalo the past three seasons. He'll turn 35, so if he does in fact retire it's a major loss for LeSean McCoy, who already saw his starting center from last season, Eric Wood, forced into retirement due to a neck injury. Even if he gets some help in the draft, McCoy likely will be stuck in an undermanned offense this upcoming season.
Incognito has confirmed a report that he and Jacksonville's Yannick Ngakoue met at the Pro Bowl this week and cleared the air on the controversy stemming from words exchanged between the two players during the Jaguars' playoff victory over the Bills, Vic Carucci of The Buffalo News reports.
Ngakoue accused Incognito of using a racial slur during the game, though Incognito's teammates on the field said they never heard the veteran say another derogatory toward the Jacksonville player other than typical trash talk. The league is said to be still looking into the incident, though Incognito says he thinks it is behind both players and another source said the NFL is ready to move on without disciplinary action. A simple misunderstanding would certainly be good news for the Bills, who have several holes to fill during the offseason and just lost starting center Eric Wood, who will have to retire due to neck problems.