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Fri. Aug 22, 2014 | RotoWire
News: Reece (foot) caught one pass for four yards in Friday's preseason game against the Packers.
Impact: Reece has merely been dealing with foot soreness, though he did wear a protective boot earlier this week. He'll likely be fine for the regular season, and is still locked in as the starting fullback. With his weight down to 238 pounds (from 250), there's been some talk of Reece handling an increased role in the passing game. Realistically, he'll probably be somewhat underused again, as the Raiders signed Maurice Jones-Drew in the offseason, and Darren McFadden is healthy. Reece may be a better third-down back than both of those guys, but that doesn't mean he'll be consistently used in the role.
Fri. Aug 22, 2014 | RotoWire
News: Moore caught two passes for 46 yards on three targets in Friday's preseason game against the Packers.
Impact: Moore drew a pair of pass-interference penalties, but he also appeared to get away with one of his own on a 40-yard reception. After seeing his role come into question a few weeks ago, Moore is the clear favorite to enter Week 1 as the Raiders' No. 3 wide receiver. With Matt Schaub looking awful through three preseason games, Moore probably won't find that role to be very fruitful.
Fri. Aug 22, 2014 | RotoWire
News: Schaub completed 13-of-27 passes for 110 yards in Friday's preseason game against the Packers.
Impact: Despite his awful preseason, Schaub is seemingly locked in as the Week 1 starter. Derek Carr (concussion) did not play in Friday's game after performing well in the Raiders' second exhibition contest, but he may be healthy in time for the regular season. If Schaub doesn't improve in a hurry, he won't hold on to the starting job for long.
Fri. Aug 22, 2014 | STATS
News: Roach left in the first half of Friday's preseason game against Green Bay.
Impact: A head injury forced Roach out of the game.
Fri. Aug 22, 2014 | STATS
News: Brown left in the first half of Friday's preseason game versus Green Bay.
Impact: Brown suffered a head injury.
Fri. Aug 22, 2014 | STATS
News: Moore was taken off the field on a stretcher with a neck injury after getting hurt in the second quarter of a preseason game against the Green Bay Packers. Moore moved his legs back and forth while face down on the field after pursuing running back DuJuan Harris. It appeared Moore may have been hit in the head.
Impact: Trainers placed Moore on a board and moved him to the stretcher, where he was immobilized. He gave a thumbs-up as he was taken off the field to a standing ovation. Moore had 4 1/2 sacks last season in 15 games, including 14 starts.
Fri. Aug 22, 2014 | RotoWire
News: Jones caught four passes for 36 yards on 10 targets in Friday's preseason game against the Packers.
Impact: It wasn't the greatest return to Lambeau Field, as Jones had a touchdown overturned while recording just 3.6 yards per target. More concerning than his stat line is Matt Schaub's awful play this preseason. On the bright side, Jones and Rod Streater seem to be locked in as the starting duo, and the Raiders will probably need to do quite a bit of passing this season.
Fri. Aug 22, 2014 | RotoWire
News: McFadden had five yards on three carries and negative-two yards on one reception in Friday's preseason game against the Packers.
Impact: McFadden hasn't done enough to leapfrog Maurice Jones-Drew, who broke off a 40-yard touchdown run in Friday's game. Jones-Drew has locked down the starting job, and also figures to be more active in the passing game. It's not entirely clear how the goal-line work will be allotted, but history suggests that Jones-Drew is the better bet from in close. If Matt Schaub doesn't shape up, it may be a while before anyone finds out.
Fri. Aug 22, 2014 | RotoWire
News: Jones-Drew had 45 yards and a touchdown on three carries in Friday's preseason game against the Packers.
Impact: It was a short night for Jones-Drew, who took his third carry for a 40-yard touchdown, and then gave way to Darren McFadden. MJD has left no questions regarding who will be the Week 1 starter, and he also figures to handle the vast majority of third-down work. McFadden may be more of a threat at the goal line, but their respective track records indicate that MJD should also get most of those touches. Rejuvenated or not, Jones-Drew will probably be held back by what figures to be a poor offense. Of course, that should hurt him less than McFadden, as Jones-Drew can at least pile up some receptions if the Raiders spend most of the season playing catch-up. Then again, with Marcel Reece still around, Jones-Drew's ceiling for receptions isn't all that high.
Fri. Aug 22, 2014 | RotoWire
News: Brown left Friday's game with a head injury and will not return, CSN California's Scott Blair reports.
Impact: Brown wasn't the only Raider to leave with an injury Friday, as Sio Moore (neck) and Nick Roach (head) also left for good. Brown is atop the Raiders depth chart at cornerback on the right side, and if he has to miss significant time, Chimdi Chekwa would step in.
Fri. Aug 22, 2014 | RotoWire
News: Roach left Friday's game with a head injury and will not return, CSN California's Scott Blair reports.
Impact: Friday's game was a devastating affair for the Raiders' defense, as Tarell Brown (head) and Sio Moore (neck) also left with injuries. Hopefully for Oakland Roach can get back on the field soon, as rookie Khalil Mack is the only healthy starting linebacker.
Fri. Aug 22, 2014 | RotoWire
News: Moore left Friday's game with a head/neck injury and was taken to a local hospital for further evaluation, the Contra Costa Times' Steve Corkran reports.
Impact: He was down on the field for some time and was barely moving, but he gave a thumbs up to the crowd as he was being carted off, which is something of a good sign. He was atop the Raiders depth chart at weakside linebacker, so this is a big blow to the Raiders' defense, as it doesn't seem likely that Moore will return to the field anytime soon. Miles Burris may be next in line on the weak side.
Fri. Aug 22, 2014 | RotoWire
News: Carr (concussion/ribs) is in uniform and was not on the list of players who were unavailable to play in Friday's preseason game against Green Bay, the Contra Costa Times' Steve Corkran reports.
Impact: It was originally reported that Carr would not play Friday, which may still be the case, but considering the Raiders didn't rule him out prior the third preseason game leaves the door open for Carr to see some action Friday.
Fri. Aug 22, 2014 | RotoWire
News: Janikowski was scratched Friday due to a right quad injury, CSN California's Scott Bair reports.
Impact: This is the first we've heard of Janikowski dealing with a quad injury, and it's unclear how serious it is. We should know more about his status next week, but for now it doesn't seem like anything that would put his status for Week 1 in jeopardy.
Thu. Aug 21, 2014 | RotoWire
News: Carr (concussion/ribs) won't play Friday against the Packers, according to NFL Network's Steve Wyche.
Impact: On the plus side, coach Dennis Allen relays that Carr has cleared his concussion protocol, but the rookie QB is still dealing with sore ribs at this stage and will be held out Friday.
Wed. Aug 20, 2014 | RotoWire
News: Reece (foot) is expected to play in Friday's preseason game against the Packers, the Bay Area News Group reports. "He looked good out there running around so he should be good to go for the game," coach Dennis Allen said Wednesday.
Impact: The Raiders ordered X-ray and MRI exams after Reece suffered the injury in last Friday's exhibition game, but coach Dennis Allen has not disclosed the results, instead opting to go no further than to identify his injury as a "foot." Reece has reported improvement in the last two days and does not believe the ailment will require maintenance throughout the regular season. However, he's still in a protective boot, and while Reece thinks he'll be fine to go Friday, there's an outside chance Allen could change his mind about Reece playing.
Wed. Aug 20, 2014 | STATS
News: Oakland Raiders coach Dennis Allen said Tuesday the team will decide by next week whether cornerback DJ Hayden is healthy enough to start the season on the active roster or if he will go on the physically unable to perform list.
Impact: Hayden is recovering from surgery in June on a stress fracture in his right foot and has been unable to practice this summer. He has done limited running on the side and is making progress. But time is running out if he wants to play to start the season.
Tue. Aug 19, 2014 | RotoWire
News: Kasa is out for the year after tearing his ACL, sfgate.com reports.
Impact: With David Ausberry also hurting, the Raiders signed Kyle Auffray on Sunday to bolster the team's depth at tight end.
Tue. Aug 19, 2014 | RotoWire
News: Hayden (foot) appears poised to begin this season on the PUP list, which would force him to miss Oakland's first six games, NFL.com reports.
Impact: Hayden's brief NFL career has been marred by injuries. Following abdomen surgery, as well as hamstring and groin problems during his rookie season, Hayden sprained his ankle this offseason and needed surgery to repair a stress fracture in his foot just before training camp. As such, Hayden played only eight games last season and will begin his second year on the Raiders' PUP list. Although the 2013 12th overall pick has increased his workout activity of late, it sounds like Oakland is comfortable easing him back to action to ensure he's finally completely functional once he returns. If Hayden misses the start of the season, Tarell Brown and Carlos Rodgers would be the Raiders' starting cornerback duo.
Mon. Aug 18, 2014 | RotoWire
News: Butler is dealing with a concussion, SFGate.com reports.
Impact: Though listed pretty far down the Raiders' posted unofficial depth chart, through two exhibition games, Butler leads the Raiders with eight catches for 118 yards. Once he returns to action, Butler figures to jostle with the likes of Denarius Moore, Andre Holmes, Juron Criner, and Greg Little for slotting behind the team's likely top wideout duo of Rod Streater and James Jones.
Mon. Aug 18, 2014 | RotoWire
News: Hayden (foot) is increasing his workout activity and appears to be moving well following July surgery to repair a stress fracture, the San Francisco Chronicle reports.
Impact: Hayden played only eight games as a rookie last year and not only sprained his ankle over the summer but also needed foot surgery just before training camp started. As such, the former 12th overall pick has been sidelined and limited to work with the Raiders' trainers thus far. With coach Dennis Allen previously expecting to have Hayden back by the end of the preseason, news of the cornerback moving and cutting well on his foot is encouraging. Nonetheless, Hayden remains on Oakland's PUP list and hasn't been cleared to return to action, leaving Tarell Brown to start opposite Carlos Rogers at cornerback.
Mon. Aug 18, 2014 | RotoWire
News: Reece (foot) missed practice Monday, SFGate.com reports.
Impact: We'll consider Reece, who is dealing with some foot soreness, and has an MRI on tap, day-to-day for now. While the fullback's role in the Raiders' attack out of the gate is unclear, Reece -- a capable pass catcher -- has occasionally provided fantasy utility in the past, when pressed into extended action due to injuries in the Oakland backfield.
Mon. Aug 18, 2014 | RotoWire
News: Carr, who suffered a concussion and a took a hit to his ribs during Friday's contest against the Lions, was able to practice Monday, SFGate.com reports.
Impact: Carr, who was sporting extra padding around his ribs Monday, saw some first-team reps in the Raiders' second preseason game, but coach Dennis Allen indicated that's not likely to occur Friday against the Packers, with presumed starting quarterback Matt Schaub in line to see extended action in that contest.
Sat. Aug 16, 2014 | STATS
News: Carr returned to practice three days after being knocked out of a preseason game with a concussion and sore ribs.
Impact: Carr practiced on a limited basis Monday and his status for the upcoming exhibition game in Green Bay on Friday night remains a question. Carr got hurt in the fourth quarter last Friday against Detroit when he was hit from behind by Larry Webster.
Sat. Aug 16, 2014 | RotoWire
News: X-rays on Carr's ribs came back negative, but the quarterback suffered a concussion Friday against the Lions, Paul Gutierrez of ESPN.com reports.
Impact: Carr will thus need to go through the NFL-mandated concussion protocol before he returns to action, at which point he'll resume working behind Matt Schaub, who continues to remain the Raiders' presumed starter at QB.
Sat. Aug 16, 2014 | RotoWire
News: Jones got the start in Friday's preseason game against the Lions and finished with two receptions for 29 yards.
Impact: While Jones is still listed behind Andre Holmes on the unofficial depth chart, he saw five targets in the first half Friday whereas Holmes didn't see a pass thrown his way until the final drive of the third quarter. Jones was inked to a three-year deal in the offseason, but the team seems intent on making him earn a job along the outside. Despite his age (30), Jones should be up to the task, after hauling in 310 passes for 4,305 yards and 37 touchdowns during his eight seasons in Green Bay.
Sat. Aug 16, 2014 | RotoWire
News: Schaub completed 8-of-13 passes for 87 yards and an interception in Friday's preseason game against the Lions.
Impact: The 33-year-old is averaging just 5.4 yards per attempt through two exhibition games, but he did lead his first scoring drive as a Raider in his final series Friday. It's telling that the team gave Derek Carr a series with the first unit, after coach Dennis Allen said earlier in the week that it wasn't in the plans, but Carr suffered a concussion in the game, further cementing Schaub as the starter.
Sat. Aug 16, 2014 | RotoWire
News: Branch left Friday's preseason game against the Lions with an ankle injury, Vic Tafur of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.
Impact: An ankle injury limited Branch to just two games last season, and while coach Dennis Allen said immediately after Friday's game he didn't think his latest setback was serious, he added that he wasn't positive as to the extent of the issue. Brandian Ross seems like the top candidate to see increased reps at strong safety should Branch miss practice time.
Sat. Aug 16, 2014 | RotoWire
News: Jones-Drew suffered a finger injury in Friday's preseason game against the Lions, ESPN.com reports.
Impact: The 29-year-old left early in the second quarter and did not return, but the team has yet to elaborate on severity of the injury. Jones-Drew got the start for the Raiders and totaled 12 yards on six carries, with just three of those carries going for positive yardage, but he did haul in a 22-yard catch. If Jones-Drew is forced to miss practice time, Darren McFadden would presumably see most of the first-team work, though Latavius Murray could see some reps as well.
Sat. Aug 16, 2014 | RotoWire
News: Carr suffered a concussion in Friday's preseason game against the Lions, ESPN.com reports.
Impact: Carr immediately grabbed at his ribs after 262-pound defensive end Larry Webster landed violently on top of him in the fourth quarter, and apparently the second-round pick suffered a concussion on the play. He'll now be subjected to the battery of tests mandated by the league's concussion protocol. Prior to exiting, Carr played six series, including one with the first-team offense, after coach Dennis Allen suggested earlier in the week that Carr likely wouldn't see any run with the first unit during the exhibition season.
Fri. Aug 15, 2014 | RotoWire
News: Carr left Friday's preseason game with an apparent rib injury, Steve Corkran of the Bay Area News Group reports.
Impact: Perhaps more noteworthy than the injury, Carr turned in a solid performance, while Matt Schaub struggled for a second straight week. The Raiders have been adamant about starting Schaub, but that tune could change if the veteran struggles through the first few weeks of the regular season.
Fri. Aug 15, 2014 | RotoWire
News: Working as the No. 3 wide receiver, Moore caught one pass for eight yards on his only target in Friday's preseason game against the Lions.
Impact: Last week, Moore was speculated to be on the roster bubble, while Andre Holmes was a threat to James Jones' playing time. This week, Moore was back as the third receiver, while Holmes was banished to playing with the third-team offense. The Raiders have good competition going, but it seems to be more a result of frustration with certain players than anything else. Rod Streater is apparently above the fray, and James Jones should be safe as the other starter. Moore can be considered the favorite for the No. 3 role, but it won't be all that surprising if he falls back down the depth chart.
Fri. Aug 15, 2014 | RotoWire
News: One week after starting, Holmes wasn't targeted until late in the third quarter of Friday's preseason game against the Lions.
Impact: Holmes caught two passes for 42 yards on seven targets, but more importantly, he was invisible in the first half. A week ago, there was speculation that he might challenge James Jones for playing time. Now, that looks far less likely, and he may just be fighting for a role as the third or fourth receiver. Though he had a quiet game, Denarius Moore worked as the No. 3 wide receiver Friday night.
Fri. Aug 15, 2014 | RotoWire
News: Rivera caught two passes for 26 yards on two targets in Friday's preseason game against the Lions.
Impact: After dropping a pair of passes last week, Rivera turned in a batter performance in the second preseason game. He's the starter for now, but it's unclear how things will shape up once David Ausberry (knee) returns. Ausberry, who is listed atop the depth chart, may be in danger of missing the start of the regular season.
Fri. Aug 15, 2014 | RotoWire
News: Jones caught two passes for 29 yards on five targets in Friday's preseason game against the Lions.
Impact: Jones was active in the offense from the start of Friday's game, though his five targets produced just three catches, one of which went to the other team. Andre Holmes, who is surprisingly listed ahead of Jones on the depth chart, didn't see a pass until the end of the third quarter. There has been some concern about Jones' role in the offense, but he still figures to start across from Rod Streater. The Oakland offense doesn't figure to be particularly good, and Streater has a strong case to be the team's most frequently targeted receiver.
Fri. Aug 15, 2014 | RotoWire
News: McFadden ran eight times for 27 yards and a touchdown in Friday's preseason game against the Lions.
Impact: McFadden's eight touches included three consecutive carries at the goal line, with the last of those going for a one-yard touchdown. Maurice Jones-Drew started and drew two targets, but McFadden was also quite active with the first-team offense. While we can't assume that McFadden will get most of the goal-line carries, it's quite possible that the Raiders favor him for such a role. As the superior receiver, MJD seems to be the favorite for third-down work.
Fri. Aug 15, 2014 | RotoWire
News: Jones-Drew gained 12 yards on six carries and 22 yards on one reception in Friday's preseason game against the Lions.
Impact: The Raiders played things the same as last week, as Jones-Drew started while Darren McFadden also saw significant playing time with the first-team offense. McFadden got three consecutive goal-line carries and scored a touchdown, which may have created a mini-panic among those who have already drafted MJD. It's unwise to assume that McFadden will dominate the goal-line touches, but it's a possibility that should be considered, at least for the time being. Hopefully someone from the Raiders will comment on the situation soon.
Wed. Aug 13, 2014 | RotoWire
News: Raiders coach Dennis Allen said he does not anticipate using Carr with the first-team in preseason games, CSNBayArea.com reports.
Impact: Matt Schaub's Raiders debut last Friday was wholly underwhelming, as he went 3-of-7 for 21 yards while leading the team to just one first down in three series. Carr, meanwhile, went 10-of-16 for 74 yards, and while he did also throw an interception, the pass deflected off his receiver's hands. Allen said, however, that getting Carr time with the first-team is "not really part of the plan right now," with Schaub needing all the reps he can to prepare for the start of the regular season.
Wed. Aug 13, 2014 | RotoWire
News: There are fears that Kasa, who was carted off the field Tuesday, suffered a torn ACL, CSN's Scott Bair reports.
Impact: That's based on preliminary reports, but if Kasa did indeed tear his ACL, the Raiders' TE depth would be further taxed, with David Ausberry currently sidelined following a knee procedure.
Wed. Aug 13, 2014 | RotoWire
News: Ausberry, who underwent a procedure on his left knee last week, was spotted at Raiders' practice with a small wrap on his knee, csnbayarea.com reports.
Impact: While it's unclear how long Ausberry will be out, the report suggests encouragingly that a small wrap on his knee represents a better sign than if the tight end were on crutches or wearing a large knee brace at this stage. With Ausberry currently sidelined, Mychal Rivera and Brian Leonhardt slot in as the Raiders' top two healthy tight ends.
Tue. Aug 12, 2014 | RotoWire
News: Kasa was carted off the field at Tuesday's practice with an apparent knee injury, Vic Tafur of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.
Impact: The Raiders were already painfully thin at tight end with David Ausberry out with a knee injury, so the team could be motivated to sign a player if Kasa's injury proves serious. Kasa suited up for all 16 games last season, but only made one catch -- a nine-yard touchdown reception.
Sun. Aug 10, 2014 | STATS
News: Johnson is done for the season.
Impact: He has no fantasy value.
Aug 10, 2014 | RotoWire
News: Maiava (hamstring) returned to practice Sunday, Steve Corkran of the Contra Costa Times reports.
Impact: Maiava is back in action, after missing two weeks with the setback. He is expected to open the season as a reserve linebacker for the Raiders.
Fri. Aug 8, 2014 | RotoWire
News: Rivera dropped a pair of passes in Friday's preseason opener against the Vikings, CSN Bay Area reports.
Impact: Starting in place of David Ausberry (knee), Rivera dropped both of his targets. With the length of Ausberry's absence uncertain, Rivera may end up as the Week 1 starter. There's some chance Rivera could start even if Ausberry recovers in time, as the Raiders don't have a clear-cut top dog at tight end.
Fri. Aug 8, 2014 | RotoWire
News: Schaub completed three-of-seven passes for 21 yards in Friday's preseason opener against the Vikings.
Impact: Per CSN Bay Area, Schaub played somewhat better than the numbers indicate, as TE Mychal Rivera dropped a couple of potential first-down passes, and Andre Holmes had a reception called back due to an offensive penalty. Derek Carr also struggled, though the rookie's performance may not be all that relevant, with all signs pointing to Schaub as the locked-in starter.
Fri. Aug 8, 2014 | RotoWire
News: Moore, who is listed third on the depth chart at one of the wide receiver spots, caught all three of his targets for 28 yards in Friday's preseason opener against the Vikings.
Impact: According to ESPN's Paul Gutierrez, Moore may even be on the roster bubble. While Friday's performance was a step in the right direction, it increasingly seems that Oakland's top three wideouts will be Rod Streater, Andre Holmes and James Jones in some order. Moore, Greg Little and Juron Criner worked with the second-team offense Friday night. Matt McGloin to Brice Butler was all the rage in the fourth quarter.
Fri. Aug 8, 2014 | RotoWire
News: Holmes and Rod Streater started Friday's preseason opener against the Vikings, Scott Bair of CSNCalifornia.com reports.
Impact: Holmes failed to catch both of his targets, and Streater didn't even get any looks. Though Holmes is listed as a starter and got the nod Friday, James Jones may very well be the starter come Week 1. Meanwhile, the likes of Denarius Moore, Greg Little, Juron Criner and Brice Butler seem to be competing for the No. 4 and 5 roles.
Fri. Aug 8, 2014 | RotoWire
News: Streater, who is listed atop the Raiders' initial depth chart, started Friday's preseason opener across from Andre Holmes, Scott Bair of CSNCalifornia.com reports.
Impact: It's unclear whether the Raiders are trying to send James Jones a message, or if they might actually be serious about using him as a third receiver. Either way, Streater is all but locked in as a starter, as the potential battle would seemingly be between Jones and Andre Holmes. Streater's concussion no longer seems to be an issue, and he was surprisingly productive as a second-year pro last season, despite dealing with awful quarterback play. Matt Schaub isn't on the other end of the spectrum by any means, but he might turn out to be a decent upgrade from what the Raiders had last season. In other news from the Oakland passing game, Denarius Moore turned in a strong effort Friday night, after the team's initial depth chart suggested he may be on the roster bubble.
Fri. Aug 8, 2014 | RotoWire
News: Murray gained 28 yards on seven carries and 14 yards on two receptions in Friday's preseason opener against the Vikings.
Impact: Murray is hoping to carve out some sort of role, with the Raiders expected to deploy a timeshare between Maurice Jones-Drew and Darren McFadden. Murray shouldn't be forgotten about, as he's a capable receiver with an excellent size-speed combo, working behind a pair of veterans who missed a combined 21 games over the last two seasons.
Fri. Aug 8, 2014 | RotoWire
News: McFadden gained 23 yards on his only carry in Friday's preseason opener against the Vikings.
Impact: Maurice Jones-Drew got the start and played the first two drives, while McFadden handled the third and final drive for the first-team offense. MJD is listed as the starter and worked as such Friday, but the Raiders are still expected to go with a timeshare. Latavius Murray could perhaps emerge as a factor in the running game, particularly if McFadden struggles the way he did the last two seasons.
Fri. Aug 8, 2014 | RotoWire
News: Jones-Drew gained 10 yards on two carries and 14 yards on two receptions in Friday's preseason opener versus the Vikings.
Impact: As expected, Jones-Drew got the start and played the first two drives, before handing things over to Darren McFadden, who rushed for 23 yards on his only carry. Jones-Drew is listed atop the depth chart and is seemingly in line to start, but the first-team practice reps have reportedly been divided. As pretty much anyone could have guessed, the Raiders will likely go with a timeshare between the two veterans.
Fri. Aug 8, 2014 | RotoWire
News: Jones is listed behind Andre Holmes and Rod Streater on the Raiders' unofficial depth chart.
Impact: Take this with the usual grain of salt, as the depth chart is obviously subject to change over the course of the preseason, but the 30-year-old Jones may have a tough time beating out the team's younger options. By all accounts the hamstring injury that gave Jones some problems in minicamp is no longer an issue, though it may have set him back in the competition for playing time. Even if Jones does manage to earn a starting job for Oakland, he may be hard-pressed to match his 93 targets from a season ago, and of course he'll have Matt Schaub throwing him the ball and not Aaron Rodgers.
Fri. Aug 8, 2014 | RotoWire
News: Moore has slipped down the Raiders' depth chart, the Associated Press reports.
Impact: Andre Holmes and Rod Streater are listed as the first-team wideouts, and the additions of James Jones and Greg Little in the offseason have put Moore's role in jeopardy heading into 2014. Last season, Moore hauled in 46-of-86 targets for 695 yards and five touchdowns, but a shoulder injury limited him throughout most of the second half. He could still make up ground with a strong preseason.
Thu. Aug 7, 2014 | STATS
News: Oakland waived Palardy with a non-football illness.
Impact: The move was to make room on the roster for the signing of free agent kicker Kevin Goessling.
Tue. Aug 5, 2014 | STATS
News: Ausberry is scheduled to have knee surgery and will miss Friday's preseason opener against Minnesota.
Impact: Ausberry has not practiced this week and did not attend Tuesday's workout as a spectator, like the rest of Oakland's injured players. Coach Dennis Allen was tightlipped when discussing the issue and didn't disclose the exact nature of the injury or what knee Ausberry hurt.