|Sep 21 2017 - Gareon Conley|
CB Gareon Conley was limited with a shin injury, but expected to face Washington.
|Sep 21 2017 - Jared Cook|
TE Jared Cook was limited with a shoulder injury, but expected to face Washington.
|Sep 21 2017 - Amari Cooper|
WR Amari Cooper was limited with a knee injury, but expected to face Washington.
|Sep 21 2017 - Sean Smith|
CB Sean Smith was limited with a neck injury, but expected to face Washington.
|Sep 21 2017 - DeAndre Washington|
RB DeAndre Washington was limited with a hamstring injury, but expected to face Washington.
|Sep 21 2017 - Keith McGill|
S Keith McGill was a full participant with a foot injury and could be available for his first action of the season against Washington.
|Sep 21 2017 - Jamize Olawale|
FB Jamize Olawale was a full participant with a quad injury and could be available for his first action of the season against Washington.
|Sep 20 2017 - DeAndre Washington|
RB DeAndre Washington was limited in practice because of a hamstring injury.
|Sep 20 2017 - Jamize Olawale|
FB Jamize Olawale was a full participant with a quad injury and hasn't played in a game since Aug. 19, the third preseason game in Dallas.
|Sep 20 2017 - Keith McGill|
S Keith McGill (foot) was a full participant in practice but has yet to be active this season.
|Sep 20 2017 - Gareon Conley|
CB Gareon Conley was limited in practice by a shin injury after having two full practices last week and playing 46 snaps in his debut against the Jets.
|Sep 20 2017 - Jared Cook|
TE Jared Cook was a limited participant in practice with a shoulder injury sustained in the Jets game.
|Sep 20 2017 - Sean Smith|
CB Sean Smith (neck) was a full participant in practice after missing the Jets game in Week 2.
|Sep 18 2017 - Gareon Conley|
CB Gareon Conley debuted for the Raiders and broke up a deep pass from Jets quarterback Josh McCown intended for Jermaine Kearse, batting the ball in the air. Free safety Reggie Nelson nearly came up with the interception. "Just going out and making a play for my team, it felt real good," Conley said. "I felt like I could have picked it." Said head coach Jack Del Rio, "I thought he played well. They tried him early, defended that ball, nearly intercepted it. From the view I had, it looked like he was productive for us. He did a nice job."
|Sep 18 2017 - Gareon Conley|
CB Gareon Conley, a first-round pick out of Ohio State, made his NFL debut after missing the season opener with a shin injury and played in the nickel defense.
|Sep 18 2017 - Marshawn Lynch|
RB Marshawn Lynch carried 12 times for 45 yards and scored a 2-yard touchdown in his first home game with the Raiders (2-0), his hometown team.
"We got some playmakers," Lynch said.
Lynch also ignited the Coliseum crowd with an impromptu dance on the sideline as music blasted after Richard's 52-yard score.
"It got me fired up," said Raiders head coach Jack Del Rio, a fellow East Bay native who grew up in nearby Hayward. "You can see the pure passion that he has. These are his people. These are my people. He played well. I know he was really happy to have his first game go like that. We got him in the end zone. He was rugged, and our team played really well. It was a great day for him."
|Sep 18 2017 - Michael Crabtree|
WR Michael Crabtree caught six passes for 80 yards and three touchdowns Sunday.
|Sep 18 2017 - Derek Carr|
QB Derek Carr threw three touchdown passes to WR Michael Crabtree, who caught six passes for 80 yards. Carr completed 23 of 28 passes for 230 yards with no interceptions or sacks and a 136.6 passer rating.
|Sep 18 2017 - Jalen Richard|
RB Jalen Richard raced 52 yards for a touchdown with 12:49 left to play, putting the Raiders ahead 35-13 Sunday.
"We just have a lot of weapons," Richard said. "Any day we can explode."
|Sep 18 2017 - Cordarrelle Patterson|
WR Cordarelle Patterson scored on a 43-yard touchdown run Sunday.
|Sep 15 2017 - Donald Penn|
LT Donald Penn and the Oakland Raiders agreed to a two-year contract extension, according to multiple reports Friday. The deal is worth $21 million that includes guarantees into 2018, sources told NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. The 34-year-old Penn held out through training camp and two preseason games seeking a new deal. He was playing the final season of a two-year, $11.9 million contract he signed in March 2016 that pays him $5.8 million in 2017. Penn allowed just one sack in 2016, albeit a costly one as quarterback Derek Carr sustained a broken leg on the play against the Indianapolis Colts in Week 16.
|Sep 14 2017 - Marshawn Lynch|
RB Marshawn Lynch of the Oakland Raiders was fined $12,000 by the NFL for a gesture he made during Sunday's game against the Tennessee Titans, ESPN reported Thursday. Television cameras caught Lynch flipping the middle finger on both hands in the fourth quarter. Sunday was Lynch's first regular-season game with the Raiders and his first game after sitting out the 2016 season in retirement. The 31-year-old Lynch rushed for 76 yards on 18 carries on Sunday, helping the Raiders to a 26-16 victory over the Titans. Lynch also had a 16-yard reception.
|Sep 14 2017 - Keith McGill|
SS Keith McGill participated fully in practice for the first time since breaking a foot in training camp and could be active against the Jets.
|Sep 14 2017 - Jamize Olawale|
FB Jamize Olawale, out since Aug. 19 with a quad injury, was a full participant in practice and will likely face the Jets.
|Sep 14 2017 - Cory James|
LB Cory James participated fully in practice and should start against the Jets.
|Sep 14 2017 - Gareon Conley|
CB Gareon Conley participated fully in practice for the first time as a Raider, an indication he may play against the Jets.
|Sep 14 2017 - Sean Smith|
CB Sean Smith did not participate in practice with a neck injury a day after being limited.
|Sep 13 2017 - Sean Smith|
CB Sean Smith was limited with a neck injury but expected to face the Jets.
|Sep 13 2017 - Khalil Mack|
DE Khalil Mack was limited in practice for non-football related reasons.
|Sep 13 2017 - Cory James|
LB Cory James was limited with a knee injury, but is expected to face the Jets.
|Sep 13 2017 - Keith McGill|
S Keith McGill was limited but for the first time since August after sustaining a broken foot.
|Sep 13 2017 - Gareon Conley|
CB Gareon Conley was limited with a shin injury and his status for Sunday is to be determined.
|Sep 13 2017 - Jamize Olawale|
FB Jamize Olawale was limited with a quad injury and might play after missing the season opener.
|Sep 11 2017 - Tyrell Adams|
LB Tyrell Adams subbed for rookie starter Marquel Lee in the middle on passing downs and finished with seven tackles.
|Sep 11 2017 - Marshall Newhouse|
T Marshall Newhouse started on the right side and was twice spelled by Vadal Alexander for a series.
|Sep 11 2017 - Mario Edwards Jr.|
DL Mario Edwards Jr. had a solid game and recorded half a sack (along with Justin Ellis) when he slid inside and rushed from the interior.
|Sep 11 2017 - Cory James|
LB Cory James, questionable with a knee injury, played extensively and served as the defensive signal-caller as the weak-side linebacker.
|Sep 11 2017 - Seth Roberts|
WR Seth Roberts had one reception -- a 19-yard touchdown from Derek Carr -- and the Raiders are 10-0 when he catches a touchdown pass.
|Sep 11 2017 - Marshawn Lynch|
RB Marshawn Lynch had 18 carries for 76 yards and looked to have both burst and the tackle-breaking skill that made him a star in Seattle.
"When you have a back like Marshawn Lynch -- you'd better be sure you want to tackle him before you go in there," head coach Jack Del Rio said. "I think you saw a couple of great examples of what we were hoping to get today." Lynch had a 6-yard run late in the game where he ran over Jurell Casey, a 305-pound defensive tackle.
|Sep 11 2017 - Karl Joseph|
S Karl Joseph led the Raiders in tackles with nine and had a big breakup in the end zone of a second-and-goal pass from Marcus Mariota to Eric Decker.
|Sep 10 2017 - Giorgio Tavecchio|
K Giorgio Tavecchio kicked four field goals -- including a pair of 52-yarders-- in his NFL debut as the Oakland Raiders bagged a 26-16 Week 1 win over the Tennessee Titans.
|Sep 10 2017 - Derek Carr|
QB Derek Carr was efficient in his first game since breaking his leg on Christmas Eve against Indianapolis, an injury which essentially ended Oakland's season even though it made the playoffs. Carr was 22 of 32 for 262 yards and two touchdowns in Sunday's win over the Titans.
|Sep 10 2017 - Marshawn Lynch|
RB Mar Lynch, in his first regular-season game since returning from a one-year retirement, rushed 18 times for a game-high 76 yards Sunday in a win over the Titans. The one-time Seattle Seahawk's first rush was a 14-yard gain. "You better make sure you want to tackle him because he will bring it," Raiders coach Jack Del Rio said.
|Sep 10 2017 - Connor Cook|
QB Connor Cook, who lost the backup job to EJ Manuel, was inactive on Sunday against the Titans.
|Sep 10 2017 - Gareon Conley|
CB Gareon Conley (shin) was inactive Sunday against the Titans.
|Sep 9 2017 - Sebastian Janikowski|
K Sebastian Janikowski was placed on injured reserve Saturday with a herniated disc in his back. Janikowski, the longest-tenured player on the team, was replaced on the Oakland 53-man active roster by Giorgio Tavecchio, who spent the past four preseasons with the team. Janikowski, 39, reworked his contract last week to remain with the Raiders and the back injury is not a revelation to Oakland's management. He missed the final two preseason games with back soreness.
|Sep 7 2017 - Sebastian Janikowski|
K Sebastian Janikowski agreed to a $1 millon pay cut in his new deal with the Oakland Raiders, multiple outlets reported on Thursday. Janikowski's base salary has been lowered from $4.05 million to $3 million fully guaranteed, but the 39-year-old can earn an additional $250,000 incentive if he makes 83 percent of his field goals this season, ESPN reported. He made 82.86 percent of his kicks in 2016.
|Sep 5 2017 - Sebastian Janikowski|
PK Sebastian Janikowski is embroiled in a salary dispute with the Raiders that could end his lengthy tenure with the club. The Raiders want the 39-year-old Janikowski, entering his 18th NFL season, to rework the final year of his contract that will pay him $4,050,000, according to a report by ESPN.
Janikowski would be guaranteed $238,000, the website reported, if he is still on the roster by Tuesday. However, if the former first-round pick is on the roster Saturday, his full salary will be guaranteed for the season. Aside from the timetable, the Raiders apparently are concerned with back issues that kept Janikowski from kicking in the final two preseason games. The NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, quoting a source, reported that Janikowski looked "awful" on Monday.
|Sep 4 2017 - Seth Roberts|
WR Seth Roberts missed Weeks 2 and 3 of the preseason with an illness and sat out Week 4 as did many others, but is expected to be ready for Week 1 of the regular season against Tennessee.
|Sep 4 2017 - Cory James|
LB Cory James missed time with an undisclosed injury at the end of the preseason and his availability for Week 1 is not known.