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Silver And Black Pride Nov 10, 2019
Stock watch: Three players whose stock is rising after Week 10

Stock watch: Three players whose stock is rising after Week 10

Photo by Lachlan Cunningham/ Clelin Ferrell After heavy criticism for lack of production, Clelin Ferrell silenced his skeptics with an 8 tackle, 2.5 sack performance in primetime. Ferrell had shown some signs of life in recent weeks and finally put it all together. With the loss of Arden Key for the season, Ferrell will be expected to pull some extra weight in the pass rush department. Erik Harris How can you not love the story of Erik Harris’s road to where he is today. Division 2 walk-on, potato chip factory worker, former CFL player. It’s an inspiration to us all to never give up...
Tuesday injury report: Trent Brown limited after week 9 scare

Tuesday injury report: Trent Brown limited after week 9 scare

Photo by Wesley Hitt/ Everyone can breath a sigh of relief. After receiving an MRI on Monday and getting clean results, Trent Brown was back at practice on Tuesday. More good news, Daryl Worley, who also needed an MRI on his achilles, practiced on Tuesday in a limited fashion. Rodney Hudson, Andre James, and Nicholas Morrow also practiced and were labeled as limited. It’s a good sign to see Hudson get a limited session in on Tuesday with the upcoming Thursday night game. Unfortunately for Arden Key, the news was not so good. The Raiders fears came to fruition when they found out that...
Golden Gate Sports Nov 5, 2019

Oakland Raiders: Breaking down the impact of Arden Key’s injury

Oakland Raiders pass rusher Arden Key has officially been declared out for the remainder of the season with a broken foot. How will this injury impact the team going forward? The Oakland Raiders are riding a wave of momentum fresh off a thrilling 31-24 victory over the Detroit Lions this past Sunday. But some unfortunate injury […] Oakland Raiders: Breaking down the impact of Arden Key’s injury - Golden Gate Sports - Golden Gate Sports - A Bay Area Sports Site
ClutchPoints Nov 5, 2019
Raiders DE Arden Key could miss the remainder of the season

Raiders DE Arden Key could miss the remainder of the season

The Oakland Raiders could be without defensive end Arden Key for the remainder of the 2019 season. He suffered a broken foot injury during the team’s 31-24 win over the Detroit Lions, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network. He is going to receive a second opinion from Dr. Robert Anderson to confirm the ‘initial […] The post Raiders DE Arden Key could miss the remainder of the season appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Raiders fear Arden Key may have broken foot

Raiders fear Arden Key may have broken foot

Photo by Michael Hickey/ The enjoyment of Sunday’s win has quickly come to an end, as the Raiders are on a short week with the Chargers coming to town on Thursday night. Jon Gruden met with the media for his normal Monday press conference and gave an injury update on Trent Brown and Daryl Worley, who both had MRI’s and were awaiting the results. Another name he mentioned who came out of Sunday’s game with an injury was Arden Key. “Arden Key, we fear broke his foot,” said Gruden of his second year pass rusher. “I’m worried about that, I don’t want to predict anything, but...
Silver And Black Pride Oct 31, 2019
Raiders Film Room: Mistakes blow the offense’s last chance in Houston

Raiders Film Room: Mistakes blow the offense’s last chance in Houston

Kevin Jairaj-USA TODAY Sports With 6:26 on the clock in the 4th quarter, the Raiders get the ball back after Deshaun Watson’s unreal “Arden Key kick to the face” touchdown pass. The Raiders were down 3 points, and only need to get into field goal range at the very least to tie things up. Derek Carr and the offense hadn’t exactly moved the ball at will against the Texans, but Houston’s banged up secondary already yielded three touchdown passes on the day, the most they’ve allowed all season. Here’s a look at the Raiders last gasp at a win. 1st and 10, Oakland 25 yard line,...
Silver And Black Pride Oct 27, 2019
Deshaun Watson escapes near sack to throw touchdown is the week eight turning point play of the game

Deshaun Watson escapes near sack to throw touchdown is the week eight turning point play of the game

AP When Deshaun Watson decides to hang em’ up, he might have a future as a magician. What he did to the Raiders on 1st and ten from the Raiders eight-yard line with 6:35 left in the game was truly magical. In the shotgun, Watson took the snap from center and dropped back to pass. Pressure came off the edge from both sides with Arden Key getting to him first. Key had Watson wrapped up and began to swing him to the guard when Watson was able to keep his balance and not let his knee or elbow touch the ground. Maxx Crosby was also in pursuit. After Watson escaped the grasp of Key, he...
Silver And Black Pride Oct 20, 2019
Both Packers questionable starting WR’s are ACTIVE, Trent Brown and Zay Jones are not

Both Packers questionable starting WR’s are ACTIVE, Trent Brown and Zay Jones are not

Photo by Christian Petersen/ It was looking headed this way. After some hand wringing on the part of the Packers as to what their receiving corps would look like, in the end both of the starting receiver who had a chance to play in today’s game against the Raiders WILL play. That’s huge for Aaron Rodgers and the Packers. Huge for the Raiders, in the wrong way, is Trent Brown is inactive. They also have newly acquired wide out Zay Jones inactive, apparently he is not up to speed quite yet. Raiders RT Trent Brown WR/RS Dwayne Harris WR Zay Jones DE Arden Key QB DeShone Kizer CB Keisean...

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