HENDERSON, Nev. – Las Vegas Raiders They triggered the website of the 10 gamers on their reserve/ COVID-19 list on Saturday. Those gamers will be qualified to dress up and bet the safeguarding Super Bowl champion. Kansas City Chiefs Sunday night at Allegiant Stadium, supplied they continue to evaluate unfavorable.

Security Jonathan Abram, defensive deals with Maliek Collins, Jonathan Hankins and Kendal Vickers, protective end Arden Secret and cornerback Isaiah Johnson were all thought about high-risk close contacts of protective end Clelin Ferrell, who tested favorable for COVID-19 earlier in the year. week. Pro since all six players checked unfavorable for the week, they are back on the active roster of 53 gamers. On the other hand, protective end David Irving will drop off the COVID-19/ practice team lineup, return to the practice team and after that be elevated to the 53-man active roster.

The deep Lamarcus Joyner, who went into the list on Tuesday, was triggered on Friday.

Las Vegas also activated protective end Chris Smith and linebacker Javin White from the practice team, however placed the running back Theo Riddick on the reserve/ COVID-19 lineup, where right tackle Trent Brown, linebacker Cory Littleton and Ferrell remain.

The Raiders (6-3) handed the Chiefs (8-1) a 40-32 loss at Arrowhead Stadium on Oct. 11, however Las Vegas protective coordinator Paul Guenther regreted that numerous gamers missed practice this time. week before facing Kansas City, once again.

“I don’t understand how we can beat these men with a full lineup in practice, not to mention when three-quarters of your lineup is not here all week,” Guenther stated Thursday. “What is it they do not have? We are playing against the champs. What do they not have? They have an excellent quarterback, great receivers, great tight ends, the line is physical, it’s a complicated task.

“I know something, we will reach 5:20 and we will provide 100%, because that is what we do. Let’s get these men all set to play. Whoever exists at 5:20, will be ready to go.