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Fantasy Update

Oct 24, 2014
Rotoworld
Marcel Reece (quad) is questionable for Week 8.

Reece, Tuck taking part in practice; no sign of Young, Woodley

Fullback Marcel Reece and defensive end Justin Tuck are taking part in practice today, three days after they missed the Raiders game against the Arizona Cardinals. Reece (quardriceps) and Tuck (knee) participated in practice last Friday, too, but coach Tony… Continue Reading →
Silver And Black Pride Oct 19, 2014

Justin Tuck, Marcel Reece inactive vs Cardinals

The inactive lists are out and it comes with some bad news for the Raiders. Here are the entire lists for both teams: Raiders QB  Matt McGloinWR  Vincent BrownCB  Keith McGillFB  Marcel ReeceOT  Khalif BarnesOG  Tony BergstromDE  Justin Tuck Tuck injured his knee last week against the Chargers. He was limited in practice Friday and was questionable for the game. He will be replaced in the starting lineup by C.J. Wilson who leads the team in sacks (2.0). Reece had a quad injury that hampered him last week. Like Tuck he was limited in practice Friday and was questionable for the game....

Raiders inactives include Reece, Tuck

The Raiders will be without two starters Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals as fullback Marcel Reece and defensive end Justin Tuck were both declared inactive. Their absence comes as a mild surprise in that both were limited in practice Friday… Continue Reading →

Reece, Tuck among those not practicing today

Defensive end Justin Tuck (knee) and fullback Marcel Reece (quadriceps) were among those deemed not healthy enough to practice Thursday. Right offensive tackle Khalif Barnes (quadriceps), wide receiver Vincent Brown (hamstring) and cornerback Keith McGill (groin) also did not take… Continue Reading →
Silver And Black Pride Oct 15, 2014
Justin Tuck, Marcel Reece among Raiders not practicing

Justin Tuck, Marcel Reece among Raiders not practicing

As with last week, the Raiders first practice of the week was a late one, per Tony Sparano's new philosophy. And among those not practicing were Justin Tuck and Marcel Reece, according to media present at practice. Tuck suffered an knee injury in Sunday's game against the Chargers. He left the game to get it taped up and returned to action, though he was clearly not 100% and played just 22 snaps. Reece was questionable with a quad injury heading into the game but played. Both players not practicing could possibly just be resting up from their injuries and we should know a bit more Thursday...
Sio Moore, Marcel Reece return to practice for Raiders

Sio Moore, Marcel Reece return to practice for Raiders

The Raiders needed a boost coming out of the bye week and in their first full practice, they may have gotten it. Sio Moore was back practicing after missing two games with an ankle injury and Marcel Reece returned to practice as well according to media in attendance, including CSN's Fallon Smith. The Raiders were quite thin at linebacker with Moore missing from the lineup. He suffered the ankle injury in the week two home loss to the Houston Texans and was rehabbing it on the sideline at practice prior to missing the games against the Patriots and Dolphins in week three and four...

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