Derek Carr’s lapse to movement is on hold.
Raiders manager Jack Del Rio told reporters Monday that his star quarterback is dealing with a cross routine detonate in his back.
“There’s a genuine good possibility he’ll skip this week,” Del Rio pronounced of Carr’s standing for Sunday’s strife with a Ravens, observant that a signal-caller’s time on a shelf “could be as brief as dual weeks.”
A behind damage of this inlet typically comes with a two-to-six-week liberation period. It’s value observant this is a same damage that tormented Tony Romo with a Cowboys behind in 2014.
Carr left Sunday’s 16-10 detriment Denver during a third entertain after being strike by a span of Broncos defenders on his approach to a ground. After a revisit to a medical tent, a fourth-year starter walked to a locker room and did not return.
“I attempted to come in here and have them work on it. we attempted to chuck and all those kind of things and it only wasn’t prepared yet,” Carr told reporters after a game. “I attempted to do anything we could to be behind out there. we only couldn’t.”
Carr’s deficiency in Week 5 would tee adult former Bills first-round collect EJ Manuel to face a Ravens after going 11 of 17 for 106 yards with a collect in his service bid opposite Denver.
It’s a troublesome growth for a Raiders group sitting during 2-2 after a span of concerning performances on offense. Marshawn Lynch has been up-and-down on a belligerent and Michael Crabtree missed Week 4 with an injury, while associate receiver Amari Cooper was hold in check all day.
Carr’s lapse can’t come shortly with a Raiders set to play a Chargers in Week 6 and Chiefs in Week 7, dual multiplication rivals, before squaring off with a pretender Bills. It’s not transparent — not nonetheless — if he’ll be accessible for any of those contests.
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