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SportMarshawn Lynch's return to Raiders reportedly hinges on groin injury

14:11  02 march  2019
14:11  02 march  2019 Source:   profootballrumors.com

Raiders reportedly closing in on deal to remain in Oakland

Raiders reportedly closing in on deal to remain in Oakland The Oakland Raiders’ long anticipated relocation from Northern California will likely have to wait another year. 

The Raiders are still waiting to see how veteran running back Marshawn Lynch recovers from his groin injury to decide if they bring him back in 2019, the San Francisco Chronicle’ s Eric Branch writes. Lynch , who will turn 33 before the 2019 season kicks off, is expected to have more of an interest in

Marshawn Lynch ’ s injury may mean we have seen the last of the Raiders running back in the NFL. As Lynch ’ s groin injury lingered, the Raiders placed the running back on injured reserve meaning the soonest he could return would be Christmas Eve against the Steelers per NBC Bay Area.

Marshawn Lynch's return to Raiders reportedly hinges on groin injury© Isaiah J. Downing-USA TODAY Sports

The Raiders are still waiting to see how veteran running back Marshawn Lynch recovers from his groin injury to decide if they bring him back in 2019, the San Francisco Chronicle’s Eric Branch writes.

Lynch, who will turn 33 before the 2019 season kicks off, is expected to have more of an interest in returning to his hometown team now that the Raiders will be playing their games in the Bay Area. Head coach Jon Gruden said the decision is one that will likely play itself out before the draft.

“I think the coming weeks will give us a better indication where he is physically,” he said. “That’s the No. 1 agenda. We have to find out officially how he has responded to the injury. We’ll know something here in a couple of weeks.”

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The # Raiders have placed RB Marshawn Lynch on Injured Reserve. He has a groin injury that should sideline him for at least a month…. Monday' s announcement could spell the end of Lynch ' s tenure in Oakland, according to Rapoport. A month absence will keep Lynch out of the lineup until at

Oakland Raiders RB Marshawn Lynch will reportedly miss at least one month of the season with a groin injury , according to NFL Network' s Ian Rapoport. At a press conference on Tuesday, Raiders head coach Jon Gruden called Lynch ' s groin strain a "cause for concern."

Even though his 2018 season was cut short by the groin injury, Lynch still managed to average 4.2 yards per carry while gaining 376 yards. The five-time Pro Bowl selection ranks 29th all time in rushing yards and 16th in rushing touchdowns.

The Raiders are sure to be in the market for a running back as both Lynch and Doug Martin are free agents heading into 2019.

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Raiders release Pro Bowl WR Jordy Nelson, per report.
The Oakland Raiders are moving on from yet another veteran they signed last offseason. Fresh off acquiring wide receivers Antonio Brown and Tyrell Williams during free agency, Oakland will reportedly release former Pro Bowl pass catcher Jordy Nelson. Hearing Jordy Nelson has been released, as @MikeSilver prognosticated — Marcus Thompson (@ThompsonScribe) March 14, 2019 This shouldn’t be a terribly surprising move. After starring in Green Bay for a decade, the 33-year-old Nelson struggled in his first (and only) season with the Raiders. He caught 63 passes for 739 yards and three touchdowns.

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