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Oakland Raiders Depth Chart

Oakland Raiders Depth Chart

AFC West
Oakland Coliseum
Head Coach
Jon Gruden
Offensive Coordinator
Greg Olson
Defensive Coordinator
Paul Guenther
Special Teams Coach
Rich Bisaccia
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Antonio Brown Returns To Practice With New Helmet

Oakland Raiders wide receiver Antonio Brown has rejoined the team Tuesday, getting in his first practice in nearly three weeks. He was on the field in a brand new helmet, and head coach Jon Gruden said hes all in. Ready to go. Brown filed a second grievance with the league yesterday, which will likely fall upon deaf ears, but it appears hes putting this issue in the rearview mirror. His feet are also back to full health, giving him plenty of time to get reps in before Week 1. Whether or not this is the last off-field issue of the season remains to be seen, but the seven-time Pro Bowler is still one of the most dynamic players in the league. He makes a risky choice in the second round, but the fantasy ceiling is sky-high.

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Antonio Brown’s Agent Plays Down Helmet Saga

In response to general manager Mike Mayocks all-in or all-out statement Sunday, Drew Rosenhaus, the agent of Oakland Raiders wide receiver Antonio Brown, made a statement of his own. To say that AB is upset about the decision to not let him wear his helmet is accurate, but were still processing it and figuring it out. I wouldnt make too much about him not being there today. The fact that Brown himself hasnt issued a statement regarding this issue is a bit concerning, but Rosenhaus later said: "I do think hes going to be back soon. However long soon will take truly is a question mark, and the fact remains that Brown has yet to practice with the team in three weeks. The murkiness of this situation makes the veteran a player to fade with his off-field issues continuing to pile up.

Foster Moreau Not Likely To Make Major Impact In 2019

Oakland Raiders tight end Foster Moreau is having a strong preseason, but likely won't find much success in the passing game this year. Rookie tight ends are notorious for starting slow offensively, and Moreau will likely follow this trend. With standout Darren Waller thriving as a pass-catcher so far in camp, the Raiders can afford to ease their fourth-round selection into the passing offense. The good news is Moreau has already surpassed veterans Derek Carrier and Luke Willson on the depth chart, but he remains a stash in dynasty formats for now.

2 days ago
Marcell Ateman On Roster Bubble

Oakland Raiders wide receiver Marcell Ateman is fighting for a roster spot in his second season in the NFL. He's currently listed behind Tyrell Williams on the WR2 depth chart, but he's been outplayed throughout most of the preseason by his teammates. With two catches for 33 yards in two preseason contests, Ateman hasn't seen as many looks or gotten as much praise as other receivers so far in camp. He appears to be on the outside looking in as of now, but there is still time for the roster to shake out. Even if Ateman does crack the roster, he won't hold any fantasy relevance in 2019.

2 days ago
Antonio Brown Abandons Raiders Camp

It appears Oakland Raiders wide receiver Antonio Brown has not gotten over his ongoing helmet issue as hes left the teams training camp once again. General manager Mike Mayock showed his frustration Sunday by saying it's time for him to be all-in or all-out." Brown submitted his old helmet in for testing, which it failed, and hes now left the team with no information on when, or if, hell return. The Raiders believe his frostbitten feet issues are behind him and hes healthy enough to practice, but they can only hope the seven-time Pro Bowler suits up for Week 1. Browns red flags make him a player to fade in the second round despite his immense talent.