The Raiders held a walk-through instead of a full practice on Tuesday in preparation for their Saturday matchup against the Bengals. But if they had practiced, two of their key contributors would’ve been on the field in a limited capacity.
Waller played in Sunday’s overtime win over the Chargers for the first time since Thanksgiving, making a pair of catches on nine targets for 22 yards. He played 78 percent of the offensive snaps.
Jacobs rushed for a career-high 132 yards in Sunday’s victory to pace the offense.
Cornerback Casey Hayward (ankle) and safety Tre’von Moehrig (shoulder) were also limited. Defensive tackle Johnathan Hankins (back/knee) would not have practiced. Linebacker Divine Deablo (shoulder/wrist), center Andre James (foot), tight end Foster Moreau (abdomen/ankle), linebacker Denzel Perriman (wrist), and receiver Hunter Renfrow (hip) were full.
Las Vegas also activated linebacker Marquel Lee and defensive tackle Kendal Vickers off the reserve/COVID-19 list, designated linebacker Nicholas Morrow to return from injured reserve, and placed defensive tackle Darius Philon on IR after suffering a knee injury on Sunday.
Defensive lineman Isaiah Buggs, tight end Daniel Helm, and linebacker Justin March-Lillard were signed to the practice squad with receiver Javon Wins and linebacker Asmar Bilal being released from the unit.