The Raiders placed Crowell (Achilles) on injured reserve Friday, James Palmer of NFL Network reports.
This news seemed inevitable after word surfaced that Crowell suffered a torn Achilles while working out Monday. The veteran tailback was considered an option to take over the starting role for the Raiders this season, though he was slated to face competition from first-round pick Josh Jacobs. The rookie should be viewed as the top candidate to start in the Raiders backfield sans Crowell, though the club also sports the likes of Jalen Richard, Doug Martin, DeAndre Washington and Chris Warren on the roster, and another veteran addition could be in the cards. Crowell, who was on a one-year contract, will aim to be healthy for the 2020 season either in Oakland or elsewhere. May 03 5:27 pm (EST)
- Crowell suffered a torn Achilles while working out Monday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. He's scheduled to undergo season-ending surgery next week.
- Crowell is facing serious competition in the Oakland backfield after the team used the No. 24 overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft on Josh Jacobs, Josh Dubow of The Associated Press reports.
- Crowell has signed a one-year deal with the Raiders worth up to $2.5 million, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. All Isaiah Crowell News
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