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DAVID AUSBERRY RUMORS

Raiders TE David Ausberry will undergo a procedure on his knee

Raiders tight end David Ausberry will undergo a procedure on his knee,  according to ESPN.com. The Oakland Raiders’ training camp has claimed its first casualty as tight end David Ausberry, listed at No. 1 on the depth chart, will undergo an unspecified procedure on an injured knee Wednesday and “may be out for a little while,” according to coach Dennis Allen. There’s...
Via Pro Football Zone
27 days ago  |  Discuss

With Ausberry out expect Mychal Rivera to shine for the Raiders

Oakland Raiders projected starting tight end David Ausberry is scheduled to have knee surgery and will miss Friday’s preseason opener against Minnesota. Dennis Allen confirmed after practice that David would be undergoing a knee surgery.  “He’s got a knee (injury),” Allen said. “It looks like we’re probably going to have to do a procedure on […] The post With Ausberry...
Via NFL Draft Diamonds
27 days ago  |  Discuss

Tight End David Ausberry To Have A Procedure Done On Injured knee

On Monday the Oakland Raiders released their depth chart and David Ausberry was listed as the number one tight end. The Raiders announced on Tuesday that Ausberry will have a procedure done to repair a knee. “He may be out for a  little while,” said Coach Dennis Allen.  “We should be able to get him back at some point in time.  I’m not sure when that’s going to be. We’ll...
Via BaySportsNet
27 days ago  |  Discuss

Raiders mailbag: Predictions for 2014, Ausberry injury and what about those C. Wood INTs?

Wednesday means Oakland Raiders mailbag day and with training camp in full swing and the first preseason game just days away, Raider Nation is buzzing with questions. So with that, let’s get right to it. @raidersreporter Predictions for 1k WR, 1k RB, and how many sacks Mack collects. Also who is surprise cut at end of camp? — Daniel (@RanchoGoocho) August 6, 2014 Predictions...
Via cover32 - Raiders
27 days ago  |  Discuss

Ausberry needs knee surgery; Rivera next man up

Raiders tight end David Ausberry needs knee surgery, coach Dennis Allen said after Tuesday’s practice, and will miss Friday’s preseason opener against Minnesota. Ausberry was atop the depth chart after a week at training camp. Allen didn’t disclose the exact nature of the injury or what knee Ausberry hurt. The 2011 7th-round pick had missed the last two practices. Ausberry...
Via Pro Sports Daily
27 days ago  |  Discuss

Raiders TE David Ausberry says he suffered a chipped bone, torn ligaments in shoulder last year

Just reading the following sentence makes me cringe in pain. Raiders tight end David Ausberry told reporters on Monday that he suffered a chipped bone and torn ligaments in his shoulder last year. TE David Ausberry said he chipped bone, tore ligaments in shoulder last year. "Nasty injury." Feels good now, not concerned w/ depth chart — Vic Tafur (@VicTafur) June 2, 2014...
Via Pro Football Zone
June 02, 2014  |  Discuss

David Ausberry will miss the rest of the preseason

Raiders tight end David Ausberry is expected to miss the rest of the preseason after injuring his shoulder during Friday night’s preseason game against the Saints, according to Vic Tafur. Allen: Tracy Porter (groin) is doubtful for this week and David Ausberry (shoulder) is out for the rest of the preseason — Vic Tafur (@VicTafur) August 18, 2013 Need NFL Tickets? Loading...
Via Pro Football Zone
August 17, 2013  |  Discuss

Don't put Ausberry as the Raiders starting TE just yet

David Ausberry continued his solid off-season today, lining up with the first team tight ends and coming down with every pass I saw come his way, although they were only short passes in the team session. Ausberry was even recognized by Allen, specifically, as a player that has impressed him in mini-camp, saying, “David Ausberry is another guy I’ve been impressed with. He’s...
Via Thoughts from the Dark Side
August 02, 2013  |  Discuss

David Ausberry expected to get the first shot at Raiders tight end spot

According to CSNBayArea.com, David Ausberry is expected to get the first crack at the Raiders starting tight end spot since Brandon Myers left in free agency this offseason. This position group is remarkably thin, with little experience atop the depth chart. Gordon and Ausberry have 10 career receptions between them, and they’ll be expected to be take over for Myers in the passing...
Via Pro Football Zone
July 18, 2013  |  Discuss

Raiders continue to talk up David Ausberry

The Raiders lost Zach Miller in free agency last offseason and signed Kevin Boss to be his replacement. Boss struggled mightily in his first year in Oakland, catching just 28 passes for 368 yards and 3 touchdowns. The Raiders cut him one year into a 4 year deal for salary cap reasons and didn’t bring in another tight end to take his place. This is because they love David Ausberry...
Via The Football Fan Spot
May 25, 2012  |  Discuss
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