Elmagister wrote:sctroyfan wrote:The entire Raiders offensive line was sent home pending additional testing?
Mind you, Gruden and the team have already been heavily fined.
endzoneview wrote:Not sure what’s funny but I guess we’ll have to see what Sunday brings. I have to assume the League will look to move to Monday to buy a day. Not sure what next week’s schedule is for either team though and how that may affect it.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports the Raiders had no more positive COVID-19 tests this morning.
The Broncos also reported no news tests. The NFL was concerned enough to flex the Raiders out of Sunday night, but their game against the Bucs remains on track to be played. The Raiders' entire offensive line is currently on on the reserve/COVID-19 list.
nosman21 wrote:Was asked earlier, but any thoughts on Raiders projections? It’s already a tough matchup for Josh Jacobs, and now the entire OLine hasn’t practiced all week...
bluemist wrote:nosman21 wrote:Was asked earlier, but any thoughts on Raiders projections? It’s already a tough matchup for Josh Jacobs, and now the entire OLine hasn’t practiced all week...
How can we know? If the O line cannot get cleared than all the Raiders take a major hit. If they end up a full go it is probably still a slight downgrade, but like so many other things this year we are dealing with an unprecedented situation.
endzoneview wrote:NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports Raiders S Johnathan Abram (reserve/COVID-19) isn't expected to play in Week 7 against the Bucs.
With Mark Andrews on a bye, I picked up Gronk as a spot start. Hopefully he can play.
sctroyfan wrote:Emmanuel Sanders out with the covid..
Man, I was so happy to be able to start him with MT out and then a couple hours later Manny tests +.