For the first time since the Raiders season-opening win over the Ravens, Josh Jacobs took the field for the Raiders. The Pro Bowl running back has missed the past two weeks with ankle and toe injures. He was limited today in his return to the practice field.
— Levi Damien (@LeviDamien) September 30, 2021
Head coach Jon Gruden said at this point Josh Jacobs is considered questionable to play Monday night against the Chargers. He added that after the performance fill-in Peyton Barber had last Sunday against the Dolphins he wouldn’t hesitate to put him back in the primary running back role this week if Jacobs is unable to go.
Also limited for the Raiders were CB Nate Hobbs (shoulder), CB Trayvon Mullen (shoulder), S Roderic Teamer (ankle), and DL Solomon Thomas (knee). Teamer is practicing for the first time this season as the Raiders set to face his former team. Dallin Leavitt returned full after missing last week with a concussion.
No players were missing for either the Raiders or the Chargers.