- Gillette Stadium
Thu, Dec 178:20 pm
Top Raiders News
Raiders' Nelson Agholor: Two catches as another WR goes down
Agholor caught two of three targets for 32 yards in Sunday's 36-20 loss to the Patriots.
Agholor has four catches through three games with Las Vegas, but he could see an increased role in Week 4 against the Bills. With Bryan Edwards (ankle) joining Henry Ruggs (knee/hamstring) on the list of injured Raiders wide receivers, Agholor could be the top target on the outside for quarterback Derek Carr against Buffalo.... See More ... See Less
Raiders' Hunter Renfrow: Finds end zone in loss
Renfrow caught six of nine targets for a team-high 84 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 36-20 loss to New England.
Renfrow appeared to have scored a 27-yard touchdown late in the first half but was ruled down on the 1-yard line. He got his touchdown after all from 13 yards out with 1:54 left in the fourth quarter and was the only Raiders receiver to top 50 yards. Darren Waller (knee) and Josh Jacobs (hip) played through injuries, while Henry Ruggs (knee/hamstring) sat this one out and Bryan Edwards left the game with an ankle injury, so Renfrow is Las Vegas' healthiest regular skill position player heading into a Week 4 matchup with the Bills.... See More ... See Less
Raiders' Derek Carr: Accurate as targets battle injuries
Carr completed 24 of 32 passes for 261 yards and two touchdowns in Sunday's 36-20 loss to the Patriots. He also rushed twice for 10 yards and lost two fumbles.
Carr couldn't get anything going for most of the first half until taking over with 34 seconds left in the second quarter and proceeding to lead a five-play touchdown drive capped with a one-yard score to Foster Moreau. Vegas moved the ball better in the second half, but Carr couldn't find the end zone until hooking up with Hunter Renfrow from 13 yards out to complete the scoring. While Carr has a tidy 74.0 completion percentage and 6:0 TD:INT through three weeks, there are major question marks about his supporting cast for Week 4 against the Bills. Running back Josh Jacobs (hip) and tight end Darren Waller (knee) played through injuries in this one, while wide receiver Henry Ruggs (knee/ankle) missed this game and fellow rookie wideout Bryan Edwards exited with an ankle injury.... See More ... See Less
Raiders' Bryan Edwards: Misses most of second half
Edwards (ankle) missed the majority of the second half of Sunday's 36-20 loss to the Patriots, Levi Edwards of the Raiders' official site reports.
The wideout suffered an ankle injury after coming down awkwardly following one of the two catches (for 48 yards) he made Sunday while being targeted three times. Edwards' Week 4 status is now worth monitoring, along with that of fellow rookie pass catcher Henry Ruggs (hamstring), who was inactive against New England.... See More ... See Less
Raiders' Darren Waller: Non-factor in Week 3 loss
Waller (knee) caught two of four targets for nine yards in Sunday's 36-20 loss to the Patriots.
While Waller was able to suit up, he seemed to be operating at far less than 100 percent after catching 18 balls over Las Vegas' first two games. If the tight end can get healthier, he should be more involved in Week 4 against the Bills.... See More ... See Less
Raiders' Rico Gafford: Gets hurt Sunday
Gafford suffered a hamstring injury in Sunday's game against New England and didn't return.
Gafford suffered the injury late in the fourth quarter, so he failed to return to the game. His practice status Tuesday and Wednesday will paint a clearer picture on his chances to suit up for next week's game against the Bills.... See More ... See Less
Raiders' Daniel Ross: Suffers injury Sunday
Ross suffered a foot injury in Sunday's game against New England and didn't return.
Ross suffered the injury late in the fourth quarter, so he failed to return to the game. His practice status Tuesday and Wednesday will paint a clearer picture on his chances to suit up for next week's game against the Bills.... See More ... See Less
Raiders' Josh Jacobs: Pedestrian in Week 3 loss
Jacobs (hip) rushed 16 times for 71 yards and caught three of four targets for 12 yards while losing a fumble in Sunday's 36-20 loss to the Patriots.
New England excels at shutting down opposing top players, and that defensive approach coupled with Jacobs playing through a hip injury resulted in a mediocre performance from the young running back. Things don't get much easier with the undefeated Bills coming to town in Week 4, though Buffalo did allow over 100 rushing yards to Rams running back Darrell Henderson on Sunday.... See More ... See Less
Raiders' Damon Arnette: Back in action
Arnette (thumb) returned to Sunday's game against the Patriots, Vincent Bonsignore of the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports.
Arnette suffered the thumb injury in the second half of the game, but was able to make a successful return. He'll return to his usual starting role at one of the cornerback positions now healthy.... See More ... See Less
Raiders' Bryan Edwards: Suffers ankle injury
Edwards was forced out of Sunday's game against the Patriots with an ankle injury.
With Henry Ruggs (knee/hamstring) already out this week, Hunter Renfrow, Nelson Agholor and Zay Jones are next up for the Raiders' Week 3 wide receiver touches.... See More ... See Less
Raiders' Damon Arnette: Leaves game Sunday
Arnette (thumb) is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Patriots.
It's unclear how the 2020 first-round pick suffered the injury, but it's serious enough to force him to miss game time. As long as Arnette is sidelined, look for Lamarcus Joyner and Keisean Nixon to see increased snaps.... See More ... See Less
Raiders' Sam Young: Won't suit up Sunday
Young (groin) is officially inactive for Sunday's game against the Patriots.
Young was limited in practice all week before coming into Sunday's game questionable. Now that Young officially has been ruled out, Brandon Parker will be the only healthy depth tackle suiting up for Week 3.... See More ... See Less
Raiders' Denzelle Good: Ready to rock
Good (thumb/illness) will suit up in Sunday's game against the Patriots.
Good came into the contest questionable with the ailments, however, he'll be ready to protect Derek Carr. Now healthy, Good will be the primary depth interior offensive lineman should injuries occur.... See More ... See Less
Raiders' Darren Waller: Listed as active Sunday
Waller (knee) is listed as active for Sunday's game against the Patriots.
Waller missed practice Wednesday and Thursday, before returning to a limited session Friday, but assuming no in-game issues, look for the tight end -- who logged a 12/105/1 stat line while being targeted 16 times in this past Monday's win over the Saints -- to continue to be a focal point of the Raiders' offense in Week 3.... See More ... See Less
Raiders' Josh Jacobs: Suits up Sunday
Jacobs (hip) is listed as active for Sunday's game against the Patriots.
After missing practice Wednesday and Thursday, Jacobs returned to a limited session Friday and he'll give it a go Sunday. Assuming no in-game issues, he's poised to continue to head the Raiders' backfield versus New England. Through his team's first two games, Jacobs has logged 52 carries for 181 yards and three TDs, while adding seven catches on nine targets for 63 yards.... See More ... See Less
Raiders' Madre Harper: Gets the call
The Raiders promoted Harper to the 53-man roster from the practice squad Sunday.
The 22-year-old stuck with the Raiders' practice squad after he was an undrafted free agent out of Southern Illinois in April, so he'll have his first chance to suit up in the NFL on Sunday.... See More ... See Less
Raiders' Kyle Emanuel: Back with 53-man roster
The Raiders elevated Emanuel to the 53-man roster via the practice squad Sunday.
With Nick Kwiatkoski nursing a pectoral injury and unable to play in Week 3, the Raiders elected for in-house reinforcements. Emanuel has not played in the NFL since 2018, so he'll be in line for a depth role if he suits up in Sunday's game against the Patriots.... See More ... See Less
Team Statistical Rankings
Sun, Oct 4 @ 4:25 pm