ALAMEDA – Raiders receiver Rod Streater practiced on Monday, for the first time since fracturing his foot in a Week 3 loss to the New England Patriots.
He was placed on injured reserve with a designation to return, forcing him to sit for a minimum of eight weeks. He was eligible to practice two weeks ago, but remained out for to continue his rehab process.
This practice starts a 21-day window where he can practice before being placed on the active roster. The entire window doesn’t have to be used. Streater is eligible to play on Sunday against St. Louis if he’s deemed fit, though that prospect remains uncertain.
Interim head coach Tony Sparano will update Streater’s status after practice.
In addition, cornerback TJ Carrie (ankle) returned to practice. Cornerback Carlos Rogers (knee), guard Gabe Jackson (knee), safety Jonathan Dowling (back) and running back Latavius Murray (concussion) remain out.