Sport Raiders September news tracker

10:55  14 september  2021
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Raiders practice squad tracker

  Raiders practice squad tracker All the latest practice squad news that involves the Silver and Black. September 1 3:54 p.m.: The Raiders announced 15 members of their practice squad. There is one spot open and, this group, will be a revolving door for weeks. The two new names are running back B.J. Emmons and guard Lester Cotton. #Raiders sign 15 players to practice squad pic.twitter.com/aKbYNTl3Vw— Josh Dubow (@JoshDubowAP) September 1, 2021 12:22 pm.: It seems like linebacker Max Richardson will be signed as well. 11:30 a.m.: Karl Joseph has found a home on the Pittsburgh Steelers’ practice squad for now.

September 13

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2:01 p.m.: Running back Trey Ragas was elevated for the game tonight by the Raiders.

1:12 p.m.: Justin “Jelly” Ellis, who the Raiders drafted in 2014, will face them Monday night.

12:02 p.m.: The Raiders signed veteran safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix to the practice squad. He visited with the team in the offseason. He hasn’t played in the regular season since 2019.

Report: Raiders reach 100 percent vaccination rate

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September 10

1:38 p.m.: The only change on the Raiders’ injury report Friday is that backup defensive end Carl Nassib practiced fully after being limited with a pec injury Thursday. So, barring a setback, Nassib should play Monday.

10:58 a.m.: Richie Incognito is missing practice for the 22nd straight day with a calf issue. It’s looking more and more like second-year player John Simpson will start at left guard against the Ravens Monday.

8:13 a.m.: The running back-depleted Ravens have added a familiar name in time to face the Raiders.

September 9

11:24 a.m.: An update on all team’s current salary-cap space. It’s not that pretty for the Raiders after a lot of maneuvering.

9:04 a.m.: The Raiders may face running back Le’Veon Bell on Monday night.

8:38 a.m.: Info on Tom Flores and Charles Woodson getting their Pro Football Hall of Fame swag.

Fan at Raiders game to support openly gay DE Carl Nassib: 'When he came out, it struck a chord'

  Fan at Raiders game to support openly gay DE Carl Nassib: 'When he came out, it struck a chord' Andrew Erazos had never attended an NFL game in his life, but he knew he had to be at Monday's Raiders game to support openly gay player Carl Nassib.It was No. 94, and it was worn by Andrew Erazos, a self-identified gay man paying tribute to another gay man.

September 8

2:17 p.m.: What a troll job.

2:15 p.m.: An update on the Raiders’ business operation:

12:30 p.m.: It looks like the Ravens will have a key defensive player ready Monday in Las Vegas,

12:01 p.m.: Raiders’ star tight end Daren Waller has beefed up his representation. Waller is entering the second of a four-year, $29 million deal. He is one of the great bargains in the game. Perhaps he is looking for a contract adjustment. He’s definitely earned it.

Opinion: In land of crapshoots and crazy odds, it was a long-shot victory for the Las Vegas Raiders

  Opinion: In land of crapshoots and crazy odds, it was a long-shot victory for the Las Vegas Raiders The Las Vegas Raiders played their first game before fans at their new home, Allegiant Stadium, and provided a wild finish worthy of marquee billingThis is how you lose. One team's miracle is another team’s nightmare.

11:21 a.m.: Some interesting NFL vaccine stats. It looks pretty good.

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September 7

3:05 p.m.: Here are the Raiders’ four protected players on the practice squad this week.

2:39 p.m.: A familiar running back is available now, too.

2:22 p.m.: Linebacker Tanner Muse cleared waivers after being cut by the Raiders on Monday. They can bring him back to the practice squad if there is mutual interest.

2:20 p.m. After visiting with D’Onta Foreman, the Raiders also worked out another veteran running back.

8:22 a.m.: The Raiders continued to tinker with their salary-cap to create room, by moving around some of Carl Nassib’s contract.

September 2

12:58 p.m.: The Raiders have seven team captains.

10:59 a.m.: As expected, tight end Derek Carrier is back after being cut Tuesday. Expect some roster shuffling later today with, at least, one player going to the injured reserve.

10:57 a.m.: Clelin Ferrell is back after being out for more than a week. That’s a good sign he should be ready to play Week 1 in 11 days against the Baltimore Ravens.

1o:55 a.m.: Hey, numbers fans:

8:52 a.m.: The Raiders restructured the contract of linebacker Nick Kwiatkoski. But they still have some work to do so they have a little breathing room to add a piece or two.

MLB to require vaccinations for players to participate in Arizona Fall League .
Major League Baseball is requiring players to be vaccinated against COVID-19 in order to participate in the Arizona Fall League, reports Nick Piecoro of the Arizona Republic. It marks the first instance of an MLB vaccination mandate directly affecting players. © Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports Last week, Ken Rosenthal of the Athletic reported that MLB was mandating vaccinations among non-playing team personnel in order for those individuals to be granted access to the field during postseason play.

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