Found September 08, 2012 on Pro Football Zone:
PLAYERS: Jacoby Ford
TEAMS: Oakland Raiders

According to Adam Caplan of, the Oakland Raiders have officially ruled out wide receiver Jacoby Ford for Monday night’s opener against the Chargers.

While the Raiders are practicing this evening, WR Jacoby Ford (foot) is already listed as out.

— Adam Caplan (@caplannfl) September 8, 2012

Ford hasn’t practiced for the past three weeks due to a foot injury.


Full Injury Report: Jacoby Ford Officially Out

Each week we will bring you the official NFL injury status report for the Oakland Raiders and their opponent for the upcoming game.  That report will usually come to you on Friday’s, but since this week’s game is on Monday, we bring you this report today.  You won’t see anything out of the ordinary on [...]

Keys to a Raiders Victory: Week 1 vs. Chargers

After years of the Chargers dominating the head to head matchups, the Oakland Raiders have been much stronger as of late, winning 3 of the last 4. This second of two Monday night matchups has proven to be one of the toughest to predict on this weekend’s slate of games. If the Raiders want to [...]

Big E’s View on Raiders vs Chargers

I am a firm believer in the phrase “the pre season doesn’t count, but it does matter”. The Oakland Raiders’ priorities are talent evaluation and preservation of key starter health while acclimatizing to game speed competition.  In this article we will take a cursory glance at preseason trends (won’t overvalue statistics or won/loss records) while [...]

Oakland Raiders Will Unveil New Defense Monday Night Against San Diego Chargers

This offseason the Oakland Raiders brought in a new defensive minded head coach in Dennis Allen and new defensive coordinator Jason Tarver. On Monday night, in the regular season opener against the San Diego Chargers, the new defense will be on display. “Yeah, we’re all excited about using our rules and seeing what we come up with,” defensive coordinator Jason Tarver said...

Rolando McClain looking to prove that the Raiders can rely on him

According to Dan Parr of, Oakland Raiders linebacker Rolando McClain is starting to look like a much improved player going into his third NFL season. “The Raiders expect MLB Rolando McClain to be more of a leader and a more effective defender in his third season. New GM Reggie McKenzie is eager to see how McClain, the eighth overall pick in the 2010 draft...

Raiders LB Burris eager to play in opener

Oakland rookie Miles Burris has had a tougher time keeping his emotions under control than he has learning the Raiders' defensive schemes. Since being elevated to a starting outside linebacker early in training camp while Aaron Curry continues rehabbing following offseason knee surgery, Burris has stayed busy in the film room and on the field trying to keep pace with the rest...

Oakland Raiders Will not Face San Diego Chargers Running Back Ryan Mathews

As the Oakland Raiders prepare for their season opener against AFC West rival San Diego Chargers on Monday night, they will not face running back Ryan Mathews. The Chargers announced that he will be held out of the game after suffering a broken clavicle in their preseason opener. Back-up running back Ronnie Brown is expected to fill in as the starter. Mathews started 14 games...

Raiders’ Rolando McClain does not expect to be suspended

Rolando McClain is a talented young middle linebacker. The 2010 1st round pick, 8th overall, was ProFootballFocus’ 26th rated middle linebacker last season and would have been much higher rated if he didn’t struggle so much in coverage. Still only heading into his age 23 season, he’s got a ton of upside, but he’s also got a major cloud hanging over his head with his legal...

Raiders expect Denarius Moore to be a game time decision

Denarius Moore missed most of the preseason and Training Camp with hamstring problems, despite initially suffering the injury in June, and now it sounds like he’ll be a game time decision. If he doesn’t start, undrafted free agent Rod Streater, an offseason standout, would start as Jacoby Ford is also out with a foot injury. The problem for Moore owners in fantasy football is...

My Two Cents 9-8-12

What’s up RaiderNation? It’s time for another weekly edition of My Two Cents with’s resident old codger, Old Timer. This week I would like to talk about the recent teaming up of the rapper Ice Cube, our own Darren McFadden, and Pepsi to create a new anthem for the RaiderNation. The song is called [...]

Top 5 Raiders/Chargers games over the years

On November 27, 1960, the Oakland Raiders and the Los Angeles Chargers played their first game in what would become one of the most heated football rivalries in NFL history. Since then the Raiders have moved twice and the Chargers moved to San Diego, but the hatred has always been there. These are the top Raiders/Chargers matchups that have the most significance in Raiders History.

San Diego Chargers at Oakland Raiders Week 1 NFL Game Preview

The final game of the season opening weekend of the NFL will not be watched by a ton of people outside the west coast, unless of course you are addicted to watching every game possible. Many questions both of these quarterbacks in this ball game since one was a former star (Palmer) and many are questioning if the other ever come close to be the same gun-slinger he once was (Rivers...
Raiders News
Delivered to your inbox
You'll also receive Yardbarker's daily Top 10, featuring the best sports stories from around the web. Customize your newsletter to get articles on your favorite sports and teams. And the best part? It's free!

Today's Best Stuff
For Bloggers

Join the Yardbarker Network for more promotion, traffic, and money.

Company Info
What is Yardbarker?

Yardbarker is the largest network of sports blogs and pro athlete blogs on the web. This site is the hub of the Yardbarker Network, where our editors and algorithms curate the best sports content from our network and beyond.