Raiders inactives: Clelin Ferrell, Jalen Richard won’t face Atlanta

Defensive end Clelin Ferrell and running back Jalen Richard were among five players declared inactive for Sunday’s road game against the Atlanta Falcons.
Others who are inactive include quarterback Marcus Mariota, running back Jalen Richard, guard John Simpson and defensive end Daniel Ross.
Ferrell came off the COVID-19 reserve list Friday and practice, but coach Jon Gruden was skeptical that he’d b well enough to play. Ferrell’s positive test led to several defensive players missing practice last week for contact tracing heading in to a 35-31 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs.
Richard practiced during the week and recovered sufficiently from a chest injury resulting from a kickoff return against Denver, but was declared out because of a non-COVID-19 related illness.
Defensive end/tackle Chris Smith was activated from the practice squad Saturday in anticipation of Ferrell’s absence.
Returning to action after missing the last two games is linebacker Cory Littleton, who was back at practice this week after spending 13 days on the COVID-19 reserve list. With Nicholas Morrow playing well in place of Littleton, particularly in a 37-12 win against Denver, Gruden was non-specific at how the Raiders would deploy their linebackes, saying all of them would play.
Raiders who remain on the COVID-19 reserve list are slot corner Lamarcus Joyner, right tackle Trent Brown and practice squad running back Theo Riddick. Gruden said Friday he hoped Brown would be on the practice field Wednesday to begin the process of getting him back in the lineup.
For Atlanta, standout wide receiver Julio Jones is inactive with a hamstring injury. Jones has 45 receptions for 677 yards and three touchdowns in eight games. Also out, as expected, is running back Todd Gurley, who leads Atlanta with 610 yards rushing. Gurley has a knee injury.
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