Oakland Raiders

Stadium: O.co Coliseum | Coach: Jack Del Rio
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense18th97.1 (24th)226.9 (15th)
Defense22nd108.9 (11th)241.1 (25th)
player is injured   news about this player
74Alexander, Vadal T6-53253/23/19942LSU
29Amerson, David CB6-120512/8/19915NC State
96Autry, Denico DE6-52707/15/19904Mississippi State
53Bowman, NaVorro MLB6-02425/28/19888Penn State
81Brown, Pharaoh TE6-52465/4/1994ROregon
91Calhoun, Shilique LB6-42513/20/19922Michigan State
4Carr, Derek QB6-32153/28/19914Fresno State
38Carrie, T.J. CB6-02057/28/19904Ohio
59Condo, Jon LS6-32408/26/198111Maryland
87Cook, Jared TE6-52544/7/19879South Carolina
18Cook, Connor QB6-42151/29/19932Michigan State
89Cooper, Amari WR6-12106/17/19943Alabama
47Cowser, James DE6-32459/13/19902Southern Utah
15Crabtree, Michael WR6-12159/14/19879Texas Tech
97Edwards, Mario DE6-32801/25/19943Florida State
78Ellis, Justin DT6-233512/27/19904Louisiana Tech
32Hamilton, Antonio DB6-01901/24/19932South Carolina State
41Harris, Erik DB6-32254/2/19902California (PA)
90Hester, Treyvon DT6-23049/21/1992RToledo
16Holton, Johnny WR6-11908/22/19912Cincinnati
61Hudson, Rodney C6-23007/12/19897Florida State
51Irvin, Bruce OLB6-325011/1/19876West Virginia
66Jackson, Gabe G6-33357/12/19914Mississippi State
42Joseph, Karl SS5-102059/8/19932West Virginia
7King, Marquette P6-019510/26/19886Fort Valley State
75Latham, Darius DT6-430511/9/19942Indiana
55Lee, Marquel MLB6-323510/21/1995RWake Forest
26Luani, Shalom SS5-112028/5/1994RWashington State
24Lynch, Marshawn RB5-112154/22/198610California
52Mack, Khalil DE6-32502/22/19914Buffalo
3Manuel, EJ QB6-42373/19/19905Florida State
23McDonald, Dexter CB6-120011/30/19913Kansas
39McGill, Keith SS6-32103/9/19894Utah
50Morrow, Nicholas LB6-02167/10/1995RGreenville College
27Nelson, Reggie FS5-112109/21/198311Florida
73Newhouse, Marshall T6-43309/29/19888TCU
49Olawale, Jamize FB6-12404/17/19895North Texas
70Osemele, Kelechi G6-53306/24/19896Iowa State
84Patterson, Cordarrelle WR6-22203/17/19915Tennessee
30Richard, Jalen RB5-820510/15/19932Southern Mississippi
10Roberts, Seth WR6-21952/22/19913West Alabama
71Sharpe, David T6-634310/21/1995RFlorida
43Sheldon, Brady LB6-52302/23/1993RFerris State
68Silberman, Ian G6-530510/10/19922Boston College
86Smith, Lee TE6-626511/21/19877Marshall
21Smith, Sean CB6-32207/14/19879Utah
62Stone, James C6-32914/26/19923Tennessee
2Tavecchio, Giorgio K5-101807/16/19901California
94Vanderdoes, Eddie DT6-330510/13/1994RUCLA
95Ward, Jihad DE6-52955/11/19942Illinois
69Ware, Jylan T6-731710/16/1993RAlabama State
33Washington, DeAndre RB5-82052/22/19932Texas Tech
19Whitney, Isaac WR6-22046/22/1994RSouthern California
Injured Players
22Conley, Gareon (IR) CB6-01956/29/1995ROhio State
76Feliciano, Jon (IR) G6-43252/10/19923Miami (Fla.)
57James, Cory (IR) OLB6-12305/22/19932Colorado State
11Janikowski, Sebastian (IR) K6-12653/2/197818Florida State
79Kirkland, Denver (IR) G6-43353/6/19942Arkansas
20Melifonwu, Obi (IR) CB6-42244/5/1994RConnecticut
72Penn, Donald (IR) T6-43154/27/198312Utah State
88Walford, Clive (IR) TE6-425010/1/19913Miami (Fla.)
Practice Squad
99Brown, Fadol DE6-42824/15/1993ROle Miss
14Hatcher, Keon WR6-12129/11/1994RArkansas
 Hillary, Darius CB5-101834/5/19931Wisconsin
34Hood, Elijah RB5-112304/22/1996RNorth Carolina
 Lucas, Marcus WR6-42503/1/19921Missouri
 McClure, Stefan DB5-102051/31/19931California
 Mitchel, Tevin CB6-01928/3/19922Arkansas
 Saint Fleur, Joby DE6-425311/11/1992RNorthwestern Oklahoma State
65Simmons, Jordan G6-33397/15/1994RSouthern California
 Soto, Shakir DE6-32902/12/1994RPittsburgh
Suspended Players
99Smith, Aldon OLB6-42659/25/19896Missouri
Alphabetical Listing
A · B · C · D · E · F · G · H · I · J · K · L · M · N · O · P · Q · R · S · T · U · V · W · X · Y · Z
Position Listing
NaVorro Bowman
Bowman racked up 127 tackles (80 solo), 1.5 sacks, one interception and one fumble recovery in 15 games this season.

Bowman, who was brought in by the Raiders mid-season, actually tied for the team lead in tackles with 89 despite playing just 10 games in the silver and black. The 29-year-old now has five career 120-plus tackle seasons under his belt, including four with the 49ers. He's slated to become an unrestricted free agent in 2018, but the starting middle linebacker may look to re-sign with Oakland after experiencing such productivity with the team.

Rodney Hudson
Hudson (ankle, illness) is listed as active for Monday's game in Philadelphia.

Hudson enters Monday's game as Pro Football Focus' top-graded center in terms of pass blocking. However, an ankle injury combined with an illness to prevent Hudson from practicing until Saturday this week, making it fair to question whether his effectiveness could be compromised.

Lee Smith
Smith caught two of three targets for 16 yards in Monday's 19-10 loss to the Eagles.

Smith received a season-high 44 snaps in Week 16, despite No. 1 tight end Jared Cook (wrist) gaining clearance to play in the contest. Primarily as a blocker this season, Smith could see additional targets Week 17 against the Chargers if Cook were to suffer any sort of setback during practice this week. That being said, Smith's ceiling remains severely limited in a weak Raiders passing attack.

Reggie Nelson
Nelson racked up 89 tackles (60 solo), five passes defensed, two forced fumbles and one interception in 16 games during his 2017 campaign.

Nelson tied starting middle linebacker NaVorro Bowman for the Raiders' team lead in tackles with 89, though the former appeared in six more games with Oakland throughout the 2017 regular season. Nelson, who will turn 35 years old in September of 2018, is slated to become an unrestricted free agent this offseason. There's a solid chance the Raiders elect to move on from the aging veteran as his abilities in pass coverage continue to regress.

Jalen Richard
Richard did not log a single carry in Sunday's 30-10 loss to the Chargers, but he caught his lone target for six yards.

Richard was not involved in the Raiders' offensive game plan during their season finale as he logged just six snaps following a Week 16 performance in which he lost a pair of fumbles. The second-year running back earned zero carries in three of the team's last four games, relying on his role as a pass catcher and punt returner to produce any sort of fantasy value. He finishes the 2017 campaign with 56 rushes for 275 yards and one touchdown to go along with 27 receptions (on 36 targets) for 256 yards and a score. Richard outpaced fellow backup DeAndre Washington in total yardage throughout the season, but the latter was more consistently used as the No. 2 option behind starter Marshawn Lynch. Richard will be on the last year of his rookie contract in 2018 before becoming a restricted free agent, while the Raiders' offense could be in line for several changes due to the upcoming change at head coach.

Mario Edwards
Edwards won't return to Sunday's game against the Chargers due to an ankle injury.

Edwards sat out Week 16 due to the ankle issue but was clear of an injury designation ahead of the regular season finale. The 23-year-old will finish the 2017 season having played five of the Raiders' final seven games with only a single tackle in that same stretch.

Ankle - Questionable for the start of training camp
Khalil Mack
Mack, who logged six tackles (five solo) in Sunday's 30-10 loss to the Chargers, finishes up the 2017 season with 78 tackles (61 solo), 10.5 sacks, three passes defensed and one forced fumble in 16 games.

On the heels of his 2016 Defensive Player of the Year award, Mack posted a career-high 78 tackles in 2017 but regressed in terms of sacks and turnovers forced. The edge rusher is slated to be a key member for the Raiders' defense again in 2018, when he'll make a base salary of nearly $14 million before potentially becoming an unrestricted free agent in 2019.

Antonio Hamilton
Hamilton (knee) returned to practice Tuesday, Michael Gehlken of the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports.

Hamilton had arthroscopic knee surgery on a torn meniscus a little over a month ago, but he appears to be nearing a return. If the Raiders choose to move him to the active roster, he will be eligible to return for the Week 14 matchup with the Chiefs. Look for more updates on his status to come over the next couple of weeks.

Nicholas Morrow
Morrow is expected to occupy a starting role at weak-side linebacker for the remainder of the season following Cory James' (knee) placement on injured reserve, Scott Bair of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.

James has been troubled by knee issues all season and missed the Raiders' last two games before being shut down for good. While James was sidelined the past two games, Morrow has risen to the forefront, producing 16 tackles and holding his own in coverage. Morrow could be worth a look in deeper IDP settings down the stretch now that he has a clear path to heavy snaps.

Jihad Ward
Ward (foot) is listed as inactive for Sunday's game against the Chiefs.

Ward has only suited up three times this season, playing just 35 defensive snaps and posting no notable stat line. The second-year pro is a depth defensive lineman anyway, so his absence doesn't shake up the Raiders' defense.

David Sharpe
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.

Dexter McDonald
McDonald is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Chargers with an ankle injury.

McDonald entered Week 17 nursing a knee injury but injured his ankle in the first half Sunday. Sean Smith should step in as the team's nickel cornerback, and Antonio Hamilton also likely will see increased snaps while McDonald is sidelined.

Ankle - Questionable for the start of training camp
Shalom Luani
The Raiders selected Luani in the seventh round of the 2017 NFL Draft, 221st overall.

Luani is a former soccer player who showed a bit of a center fielder skill set at Washington State, intercepting four passes each of the last two years. Oakland is set at safety, so he'll try to make a special teams impact.

Eddie Vanderdoes
Vanderdoes is out with a minor knee injury Tuesday, Vic Tafur of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.

Despite missing much of the offseason program while finishing his final term at UCLA, Vanderdoes has been very impressive this summer and is already listed as a starter on the Raiders' first unofficial depth chart of the year, according to Eddie Paskal of the team's official site. While it doesn't sound like this knee injury is much of a concern, it isn't clear if he'll be healthy in time for Oakland's preseason opener Saturday in Arizona.

Knee - ACL - Questionable for the start of training camp
Ian Silberman
Silberman was signed off the Browns' practice squad by the Raiders on Friday.

Silberman is slated to provide depth at offensive guard behind Gabe Jackson and Kelechi Osemele for the Raiders.

David Amerson
Amerson (foot) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Chargers.

Amerson will end the season with nine consecutive absences due to the foot injury, making it surprising the Raiders never placed him on injured reserve. As has been the case throughout the second half of the campaign, Sean Smith, TJ Carrie and Dexter McDonald are expected to serve as the teams primary cornerbacks in the season finale.

Foot - Questionable for the start of training camp
Brady Sheldon
No Updates
Shilique Calhoun
Calhoun signed a contract with the Raiders on Saturday, Michael Gehlken of the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports.

Calhoun has been on the Raiders' practice squad since being waived at the end of the preseason. The 25-year-old could potentially see more defensive opportunities with Cory James (knee) questionable for Sunday and Marquel Lee out with an ankle injury.

Jared Cook
Cook, who caught three passes on four targets for 35 yards in Sunday's 30-10 loss to the Chargers, wrapped up his 2017 campaign with 54 receptions (on 86 targets) for 688 yards and two touchdowns in 16 games.

Cook was limited earlier in the week with a wrist injury, but the 30-year-old starting tight end was able to suit up for the season finale as he officially appeared in all 16 games in 2017. The Raiders brought Cook in as a free agent this past year with a desire to provide quarterback Derek Carr with an additional red-zone target and an upgrade from Clive Walford at tight end, but Cook produced just two touchdown receptions and posted single-digit targets in the red zone as Oakland's offensive unit struggled as a whole. Cook has now posted just three scores throughout the last three seasons combined, and there's no reason to believe he'll stray from that trend in 2018 if he remains with the Raiders in what will be his second season of a two-year contract. There were a few positives in 2017 for Cook, however, as he led the team in receiving yards with 688 while outpacing starting receivers Amari Cooper and Michael Crabtree down the stretch.

Connor Cook
Cook (coach's decision) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Chargers.

The third-string quarterback for the Raiders, Cook dressed for just one game this season with starter Derek Carr and EJ Manuel enjoying relatively sound health. The 24-year-old will likely have to battle for a roster spot in training camp next summer heading into his third NFL season.

Sean Smith
Smith (neck/shoulder) is active for Sunday's game against the Redskins.

Smith was able to log two full practice sessions and was trending towards playing in Sunday's game all week. He will draw the start at cornerback opposite T.J. Carrie.

T.J. Carrie
Carrie racked up 84 tackles (70 solo), nine passes defensed and two fumble recoveries in 16 games during the 2017 regular season.

Carrie played a career-high 1,024 defensive snaps in 2017 as he served as a reliable starter at cornerback for the Raiders. He failed to force a turnover in 16 contests, but his 84 tackles were 32 more than his previous best in a single season. The 27-year-old will become an unrestricted free agent in 2018, but incoming head coach Jon Gruden could make an effort to re-sign the cornerback after a decent 2017 campaign compared to the rest of the team's uninspiring secondary.

Fadol Brown
No Updates
Vadal Alexander
Alexander (concussion) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Chargers.

Though he failed to practice this week, the Raiders listed Alexander as doubtful in the event he received clearance from an independent neurologist leading up to the contest. That evidently didn't materialize, so Alexander will end his season in street clothes after sustaining the head injury in the Week 16 loss to the Eagles.

Concussion - Questionable for the start of training camp
Michael Crabtree
Crabtree caught two passes on as many targets for 17 yards in Sunday's 30-10 loss to the Chargers. He finishes his 2017 campaign with 58 receptions (on 101 targets) for 618 yards and eight touchdowns in 14 games.

Crabtree logged just 17 snaps in the Raiders' gloomy season finale, resulting in a spell of frustration from the starting receiver as he totaled two catches on five targets throughout the last two games combined. Despite such a disappointing conclusion for the 30-year-old, Crabtree's eight touchdowns and 58 receptions led the team in 2017. Although his contract includes two more years with the Raiders, Crabtree's future may not be concrete as the team elected to fire head coach Jack Del Rio after Sunday's loss, while additional changes to the coaching staff could be made throughout the offseason as well. Crabtree will enter his ninth year in the league battling late-season frustrations after a campaign in which he posted his lowest catch and yardage totals since appearing in five games with the 49ers in 2013.

Giorgio Tavecchio
Tavecchio converted 16 of 21 field-goal attempts and 33 of 34 extra-point tries in 16 games during his 2017 rookie campaign with the Raiders.

Tavecchio's fantasy value was held in check throughout his rookie year as he posted just 81 total points, including a dismal four total field goals made in the Raiders' last seven games of the season. He'll be an exclusive-rights free agent in 2018, so Tavecchio will hope the Raiders elect to re-sign him.

Marshawn Lynch
Lynch rushed for 101 yards on 19 carries and added two receptions for 18 yards on three targets in Sunday's loss to the Chargers. He finishes his 2017 campaign with 207 carries for 891 yards and seven touchdowns to go along with 20 catches for 151 yards on 31 targets.

Lynch surpassed the 100-yard rushing mark for just the second time all season in the Raiders' 2017 finale, but the veteran failed to find the end zone for a third consecutive game. Lynch's return from retirement with Oakland was respectable as he posted an average of 4.3 yards per carry while finding the end zone seven times, but the Raiders' offense ultimately fell well short of expectations en route to a 6-10 record. Lynch is slated to return in 2018 when the offense may be under new direction if the team elects to move on from offensive coordinator Todd Downing, which could provide a boost for the potential production of what should be an above-average offensive line.

Shakir Soto
No Updates
Gareon Conley
Conley (shin) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Dolphins.

Conley hasn't played since Week 3 in Washington and there remains no clear timetable for his return. The rookie first-round pick hasn't played enough to truly show what he brings to the table or what the Raiders are missing with him on the sideline.

Shin - Injured Reserve
Gabe Jackson
Jackson (ankle) is officially active for Sunday's game against the Giants.

Jackson was a limited participant in practice this week but will attempt to play against the Giants. Jon Feliciano would likely step in if Jackson is forced to miss any snaps Sunday.

Aldon Smith
Smith (suspension) will be reinstated in March barring any further issues with substance abuse, NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports.

Smith remains subject to the league's drug program, but will be reinstated given he stays on the right path throughout the coming months. He'll certainly add another pass-rushing presence for the Raiders' defense, while defensive end Khalil Mack was recently named 2016's defensive player of the year.

Suspension - Suspended indefinitely
Jamize Olawale
Olawale (ankle) is active for Sunday's game against the Chiefs.

Olawale was limited Thursday and Friday, but he'll be able to use his run-blocking abilities Sunday. The fullback is rarely given the ball, though, with no more than five touches in a game this season.

Keith McGill
McGill (foot) is listed as inactive for Sunday's game against the Broncos.

McGill made his season debut against the Redskins in Week 3, but he only made one tackle on 27 special teams snaps. Without him, though, the Raiders are seriously thin at the safety position, and rookie seventh-round pick Shalom Luani is the last remaining backup at the position.

Marcus Lucas
Lucas (ankle) was placed on the Colts' Practice Squad Injured List on Tuesday.

Lucas signed with the Colts' practice squad a week ago after spending most of training camp with the Seahawks. He was released with an injury settlement at the time and looks to still be dealing with some lingering issues.

Stefan McClure
McClure signed a reserve/future contract with the Lions on Tuesday.

McClure began the 2017 campaign with Lions' practice squad and ended it with the Raiders' practice squad. Sandwiched between those stints, he played seven games with the Redskins and recorded three tackles, although he mainly played on special teams.

Darius Latham
The Raiders promoted Latham from their practice squad Wednesday, Michael Gehlken of the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports.

Latham was waived by the Raiders earlier in December after appearing in just one game for the team on the season. The team was able to retain the 23-year-old on its practice squad, where Latham apparently performed well enough to warrant the promotion back to the 53-man roster. He'll likely serve in a depth role along the defensive line throughout his stint in Oakland.

Justin Ellis
Ellis made three tackles (three solo) in his season debut Sunday against the Saints.

Ellis was presented with many opportunities to stop the Saints' rushing attack, as they ran the ball just 22 times throughout the entire game. He should have a bigger role Week 2 against running back Devonta Freeman and the Falcons.

DeAndre Washington
Washington rushed for three yards on two carries and caught two passes on three targets for no gain in Sunday's 30-10 loss to the Chargers.

Washington's four touches resulted in just three total yards as his lack of production continued in Week 17. Washington finishes his 2017 campaign with 57 carries for 153 yards and two touchdowns to go along with 34 catches (on 45 targets) for 197 yards and one score in 15 games. The second-year running back solidified himself as the No. 2 option out of the Raiders' backfield behind Marshawn Lynch, but averaged a dismal 2.7 yards per carry, adding to the team's offensive struggles. Washington's regression came on the heels of a successful rookie season in which he racked up 467 rushing yards on 87 attempts for an average of 5.4 yards per carry. Oakland's offense figures to undergo some changes in 2018 after the firing of head coach Jack Del Rio, while offensive coordinator Todd Downing's job security is less than promising at this point as well. Washington's involvement in the offense may be affected by these amendments, but for now the trio of Lynch, Washington and fellow backup Jalen Richard is under contract through 2018.

Derek Carr
Carr, who completed 19 of 28 passes for 243 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's loss to the Chargers, finishes up his 2017 campaign with 323 completions on 515 attempts, 3,496 passing yards, 22 touchdowns and 13 interceptions in 15 games.

Carr connected with Amari Cooper for a 60-plus yard touchdown for the second consecutive week, but otherwise turned in another mediocre performance as the Raiders fell to 6-10. The fourth-year quarterback failed to live up to his lofty expectations throughout the season after making a case for MVP in 2016, posting his worst numbers since entering the league as a rookie in 2014. Looking ahead to 2018, the Raiders may elect to move on from offensive coordinator Todd Downing during the upcoming offseason after such a disappointing effort. On a more positive note, Carr's favorite targets in Cooper, Michael Crabtree and tight end Jared Cook are all slated to return as the group continues to build chemistry.

James Cowser
Cowser has been signed to the Raiders' active roster, Adam Caplan of ESPN reports.

Cowser's signing will add depth to the Raiders' pass-rushing depth.

Sebastian Janikowski
Janikowski (back) won't return this season, Michael Gehlken of the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports.

Having used one of their designated-to-return spots to activate rookie safety Obi Melifonwu from injured reserve Nov. 4, the Raiders tabbed Antonio Hamilton (knee) for the other Tuesday. Janikowski will thus remain on IR for the rest of the 2017 season as he recovers from an injured disc in his back. In his absence, Giorgio Tavecchio will handle kicking duties for the final five games of the campaign.

Back - Injured Reserve
Erik Harris
Harris signed a contract with the Raiders on Tuesday.

Harris spent the 2016 season with the Saints, but only notched one tackle in four appearances. He provides the Raiders with extra depth at safety in the wake of second-round rookie Obi Melifonwu (knee) landing on injured reserve.

Denver Kirkland
Kirkland (knee) was placed on injured reserve Tuesday.

Kirkland suffered an unspecified knee injury in the preseason opener and wasn't in line to be available for the next few weeks.

Knee - Injured Reserve
Johnny Holton
Holton hauled in nine passes (on 18 targets) for 218 yards and three touchdowns in 16 games during his 2017 campaign.

Holton showed off his big-play ability as he notched three 40-plus yard receptions and averaged one score per six targets throughout the 2017 season. His fantasy value was severely limited due to a lack of volume, however, as the second-year receiver failed to move above Seth Roberts or Cordarrelle Patterson on the depth chart behind starters Amari Cooper and Michael Crabtree. Unfortunately for Holton, he also struggled with ball-security issues and drops, so it could be tough for the 26-year-old to see an increased role in 2018 before becoming a restricted free agent in 2019.

Karl Joseph
Joseph notched 79 tackles (58 solo), one sack, four passes defensed, one interception, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery in 15 games during the 2017 regular season.

Joseph, a 2016 first-round selection, played nearly 300 more snaps during his second season in the league after appearing in 12 contests as a rookie. The Raiders' starting strong safety didn't put up any eye-catching numbers in 2017, but likely stabilized his role in the secondary with two years remaining on his rookie contract. A minor hamstring injury during Week 17's loss to the Chargers ended Joseph's campaign a bit early, but the issue shouldn't linger into the offseason.

Hamstring - Questionable for the start of training camp
Jordan Simmons
No Updates
Donald Penn
Penn (foot) recently had his cast removed and is now sporting a walking boot and scooter, Dan Hellie of the NFL Network reports.

Penn is on the mend from an unspecified foot injury that required surgery in December. It isn't clear if he'll be healthy in time for the start of offseason workouts in late April.

Foot - Injured Reserve
Obi Melifonwu
Melifonwu was ruled out for Sunday night's game against the Cowboys with a hip injury, Paul Gutierrez of ESPN.com reports.

Melifonwu didn't participate in practice this week, so his absence doesn't come as a surprise. The rookie safety has appeared in just five games this season, logging seven tackles.

Hip - Injured Reserve
Cory James
James (knee) is listed an inactive for Sunday's game against the Giants.

James was never more than a limited participant in practice this week and will sit out for the first time since Week 7. Nicholas Morrow is a likely replacement at weak-side linebacker for the Raiders on Sunday.

Knee - Meniscus - Injured Reserve
James Stone
The Raiders promoted Stone to the 53-man roster Wednesday, Michael Gehlken of the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports.

Stone will take the spot of recently waived linebacker Xavier Woodson-Luster. The fourth-year center will provide depth along the Raiders' offensive line.

Denico Autry
Autry (hand) is listed as active for Monday's game in Philadelphia.

Autry was originally considered questionable to play with a hand injury that's been nagging him the past few weeks. The fourth-year defensive has been especially productive of late, having totaled 10 tackles, three sacks and three defended passes over his last four outings.

Marquel Lee
Lee (ankle) is listed as active for Sunday's game against the Dolphins.

Lee is ready to return after missing the Raiders' last three games. With Cory James also returning from his own knee injury, the rookie is probably ticketed for a reserve role.

Elijah Hood
Hood signed a future/reserve deal with the Raiders on Tuesday.

The Raiders took Hood in the seventh round of the 2017 NFL Draft, but ultimately waived him prior to the season commencing. He reverted the team's practice squad before being promoted to the active roster in Week 8. He was subsequently waived and spent the remainder of the year back with the practice unit. He will now look to earn a spot on the 53-man roster for the 2018 season.

Isaac Whitney
Whitney was promoted to the Raiders' active roster Tuesday, Michael Gehlken of the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports.

The undrafted rookie out of USC will make his NFL debut this Sunday against the Giants after spending the preseason with Raiders before being signed to the practice squad prior to Week 1. Don't expect Whitney to see many offensive reps, as he will be the fifth wideout on the depth chart -- but with Michael Crabtree suspended and Amari Cooper (concussion, ankle) not at full strength, Whitney could get an opportunity at some point during the contest.

Jon Condo
No Updates
Kelechi Osemele
Osemele (wrist/ankle) participated fully in practice Thursday.

Osemele was a limited participant on Wednesday, so signs now point to him being ready for the Raiders' Week 1 matchup with Denver.

Marshall Newhouse
Newhouse (hip, quad) was a full participant in Thursday's practice and is in line to play Sunday against the Broncos.

Newhouse will return to his role as Oakland's starting right tackle.

Keon Hatcher
Hatcher and the Raiders agreed to a reserve/future contract Tusday.

Hatcher, an undrafted free agent out of Arkansas in 2016, signed with the Raiders this past offseason. However, he was ultimately let go prior to the season kicking off. After spending time on their practice squad, the big-play receiving threat will look to impress enough during the offseason and land a role with the team next year.

Tevin Mitchel
Mitchel inked a Reserve/Future deal with the Raiders on Tuesday.

Mitchel landed on the Colts' injured reserve during training camp, and was ultimately waived off injured reserve on Oct. 26. Mtichel later found his way to the Raiders' practice squad, and will now look to earn a role with the team for the 2018 season.

Marquette King
No Updates
Amari Cooper
Cooper caught three passes on six targets for 115 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 30-10 loss to the Chargers. He finishes up his 2017 campaign with 48 receptions for 680 yards and seven touchdowns on 96 targets in 14 games.

Cooper's fantasy performance in Week 17 was salvaged by an 87-yard touchdown reception, marking his second 60-plus yard score in the last two weeks. The third-year receiver failed to surpass the 1,000-yard receiving mark for the first time in his career during the 2017 campaign, but he found the end zone seven times despite dealing with a variety of minor injuries throughout the latter portion of the season. The entire Raiders offense was a mess at times as they scored less than 20 points in 10 of 16 contests, but the core of quarterback Derek Carr, running back Marshawn Lynch, Cooper and fellow receiver Michael Crabtree is slated to return in 2018 during what will be a bounce-back effort.

Clive Walford
Walford (concussion, neck) was placed on injured reserve by the Raiders on Saturday, Michael Gehlken of the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports.

Walford had yet to practice since sustaining the concussion in Week 14, so this move isn't overly surprising as the regular season draws to a close. Pharaoh Brown has joined the 53-man roster from the practice squad and should serve as the Raiders' No. 3 tight end.

Concussion - Injured Reserve
Jylan Ware
Ware missed multiple practices due to a concussion but has since returned to training camp, Michael Gehlken of the Las Vegas Review-Journal.

Ware appears to have made a full recovery from his concussion symptoms and is back at practice. He should be a full participant through the rest of preseason barring any setbacks.

Pharaoh Brown
Brown was promoted to the Raiders' 53-man roster Saturday, Michael Gehlken of the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports.

Brown has been on the Raiders' practice squad since falling victim to roster cutdowns in September. The undrafted rookie free agent is unlikely to be an offensive factor and should serve as the team's No. 3 tight end with Clive Walford (concussion, neck) placed on injured reserve.

Darius Hillary
Hillary (knee) was waived by the Browns on Saturday, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports.

Hillary was called up by the Browns during their Week 9 bye. He failed to actually suit up for any contest until last week's loss against the Packers, and was apparently dealing with a knee injury this week. The 24-year-old will presumably clear waivers and either revert to the practice squad or look for a new destination.

EJ Manuel
Manuel will start Sunday's game against the Ravens.

Usual starter Derek Carr suffered a transverse process fracture in his back last week, and he's inactive Sunday. Carr is targeting a Week 6 return to action, so this could be a one-week assignment for Manuel. He's a speculative fantasy play in Week 5, but working in his favor is that the Raiders will welcome starting wideout Michael Crabtree back to their lineup after he missed last Sunday's contest with a chest injury.

Joby Saint Fleur
No Updates
Bruce Irvin
Irvin finished his 2017 campaign with 58 tackles, eight sacks, three passes defensed and four forced fumbles in 16 games.

Irvin, who turned 30 years old in November, has notched an impressive 10 total forced fumbles in two seasons with the Raiders. His eight sacks in 2017 were the most in a season for Irvin since his rookie campaign with Seattle in 2012. The outside linebacker has two years remaining on his contract with the Raiders, and the team plans to have one of its leading edge rushers back in 2018.

Cordarrelle Patterson
Patterson wraps up his 2017 campaign with 31 catches (on 42 targets) for 309 yards to go along with 13 carries for 121 yards and two touchdowns in 16 games.

Patterson, who was limited by a minor hip injury throughout the last two weeks of the season, failed to record a single touchdown catch in his first campaign as a Raider. The 2013 first-rounder remained behind Amari Cooper, Michael Crabtree and even Seth Roberts on the depth chart at wide receiver, though Patterson also added 538 kick return yards and an average of 9.3 yards per carry. He's under contract through 2018, but the Raiders' offense could be shaken up after the firing of head coach Jack Del Rio.

Treyvon Hester
Hester (ankle) has been ruled out for Monday's matchup against the Eagles, Eddie Paskal of the Raiders' official site reports.

Hester left last week's loss to the Cowboys after sustaining an ankle injury, and will now miss Monday's game as well. Look for Eddie Vanderdoes to see an increased role on the defensive line as a result of his absence.

Ankle - Questionable for the start of training camp
Jon Feliciano
Feliciano (concussion) was placed on injured reserve by the Raiders on Friday.

Feliciano sat out Week 14 with a concussion but was able to return in for last Sunday's loss to the Cowboys, only to exit with a recurrence of the head injury.

Concussion - Injured Reserve
Seth Roberts
Roberts finished his 2017 campaign with 43 receptions (on 65 targets) for 455 yards and one touchdown in 15 games.

Roberts, who signed a two-year contract extension with the Raiders prior to the 2017 regular season, accounted for just one touchdown reception in 15 games after posting 10 combined scores throughout his first two seasons in the league. The third-year receiver did notch a career-high 43 catches, however, averaging just over 10 yards per reception primarily out of the slot. Roberts' lack of touchdowns can be attributed to just four red-zone looks in 2017, following a 2016 campaign in which he saw 21 passes thrown his way inside the 20-yard line. The Raiders will be under new direction in 2018 after the firing of head coach Jack Del Rio, but for now Roberts projects to once again serve behind starters Amari Cooper and Michael Crabtree in the pecking order at wide receiver.