Raiders receiver Jakobi Meyers will officially not play.
The team ruled him out for Sunday’s game against Buffalo after he failed concussion protocol.
“Everyone has to step up and give themselves great opportunities to produce,” coach Josh McDaniels said Friday, via Rachel Gossen of the team’s website. “And that’s a good thing for them, you know what I mean? That’s what the National Football League is all about; We won’t have any more weeks where we don’t have someone hit. The season has started and injuries will occur as nature takes its course and other people have opportunities here to go out and produce.”
Meyers had nine catches for 81 yards and two touchdowns in the Week 1 win over Denver.
Davante Adams, Hunter Renfrow, DeAndre Carter, Kristian Wilkerson and Tre Tucker are the other wide receivers on the Raiders’ active roster.
Defensive end Chandler Jones (personal) will not play for the second consecutive week.
Quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo (ankle) and receiver Davante Adams (foot) had full practices Thursday and Friday and are ready for Sunday.
Receiver DeAndre Carter (knee) was upgraded to full participation in Friday’s practice. Offensive guard Jordan Meredith (calf) and offensive lineman Jermaine Eluemunor (ankle) also had full practices.