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  • Raiders' Divine Deablo: Career-high 106 tackles in 2023

    Deablo wrapped up his 2023 campaign with 106 tackles (65 solo), two passes defensed and a sack in 15 games. Deablo managed to surpass the century mark in tackles during his third season in the league, despite missing Weeks 8 and 9 due to an ankle injury. The Virginia Tech product has one year remaining on his original rookie deal, linking him to a starting spot at outside linebacker for the Raiders again in 2024.
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  • Raiders' Divine Deablo: Not listed on injury report

    Deablo is not listed on the Raiders' injury report Thursday despite suffering an ankle injury in Week 15 against the Chargers. The linebacker left that Week 15 contest after recording 12 tackles. Deablo has 87 tackles and two passes defensed in 12 games this season.
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  • Raiders' Divine Deablo: Injures ankle against Chargers

    Deablo is questionable to return to Thursday's game against the Chargers due to an ankle injury. The extent of Deablo's ankle injury is still unclear, so his status will be worth monitoring going forward. Before exiting the game, the veteran linebacker recorded a team-high 12 total tackles (seven solo) in the contest.
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  • Raiders' Divine Deablo: Back to full strength

    Deablo (ankle) was a full participant at practice Thursday, Anthony Galaviz of The Fresno Bee reports. Deablo was limited for the Raiders' first practice of the new week, but he was able to manage a full practice Thursday. He's on pace for his first 100-tackle season, making him a viable IDP option in Week 11 at Miami.
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  • Raiders' Divine Deablo: Begins Week 11 prep with LP

    Deablo (ankle) was a limited participant in Wednesday's practice. Deablo has been dealing with an ankle issue since Week 7, and he missed two full games before returning Week 10 against the Jets. He logged 67 percent of the Raiders' defensive snaps in that contest and recorded seven tackles along with a pass breakup, but he's not yet clear of the ankle injury. Whether Deablo heads into the weekend with an injury designation ahead of Sunday's contest in Miami will likely depend on his ability to log a full practice by Friday.
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  • Raiders' Divine Deablo: Doesn't practice Wednesday

    Deablo (ankle) did not participate at practice Wednesday, Anthony Galaviz of The Fresno Bee reports. After sitting out his second straight game Sunday dealing with an ankle injury he sustained in Week 7 at Chicago, Deablo was sidelined to start the Raiders' new week of practice. Unless he can return to practice Thursday or Friday, he'll likely be inactive again in Week 10.
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  • Raiders' Divine Deablo: Exits game Saturday

    Deablo (ankle) is questionable to return to Sunday's game against Chicago. Deablo logged four tackles before suffering an apparent ankle injury at some point during the first half. The 25-year-old logged the Raiders' second-most tackles (48) through the first six games of the season, so his absence will leave Las Vegas with a big hole to fill. Expect Kana'i Mauga and Luke Masterson to step into bigger roles at linebacker for the time being.
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  • Raiders' Divine Deablo: Productive in win

    Deablo recorded eight tackles (four solo) in Sunday's 23-18 loss to the Steelers. Deablo's eight tackles were good enough for a team-high, and he is now up to 27 total through three games. He was on the field for 50 defensive snaps (83 percent) and five on special teams (17 percent). The linebacker will look to continue racking up tackles in Sunday's Week 4 game against the Chargers.
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  • Raiders' Divine Deablo: Double-digit tackles in loss

    Deablo recorded 10 tackles, including a sack, in Sunday's 38-10 loss at the Bills. Deablo followed up a good Week 1 performance with an even better showing in Week 2, even getting to Josh Allen for the first sack of his career. He's well on track to get to 100 tackles for the first time in as many seasons, meaning he profiles as a fine IDP option when healthy.
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  • Raiders' Divine Deablo: Vying for starting role

    Vic Tafur of The Athletic projects that Deablo (forearm) is in line for a starting role at outside linebacker ahead of the 2023 season. Deablo played nearly every defensive snap during the first seven games of last season for the Raiders. But, the 25-year-old linebacker sustained a forearm injury Week 9 and wound spending the remainder of the 2022 campaign on IR. Deablo still managed to accumulate a career-high 74 tackles while he was healthy last year, and, now that it appears he's had enough time to recover this offseason, the 6-foot-3 linebacker figures to be a primary contributor on the second level of Las Vegas' defense in 2023.
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  • Raiders' Divine Deablo: Lands on IR

    Deablo (forearm) was placed on the Raiders' injured reserve Monday. Deablo played just two defensive snaps before being forced out of Sunday's 27-20 loss to the Jaguars with a forearm injury. Now, the second-year linebacker will be sidelined until at least Las Vegas' Week 14 contest against the Rams. Deablo racked up 73 tackles and one pass defended while playing nearly every defensive snap over the first eight weeks of the season, and his absence should leave Luke Masterson to take on a bigger role alongside Blake Martinez and Denzel Perryman.
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  • Raiders' Divine Deablo: Forced out Sunday

    Deablo was ruled out for the remainder of Sunday's game against the Jaguars with a forearm injury. Deablo was listed as questionable due to separate back and wrist injuries coming into this contest. The second-year linebacker racked up 73 tackles and one pass defended over the first seven games of the season, so his absence will leave a big hole over the middle of Las Vegas' defense. Deablo's next opportunity to play will come against Indianapolis on Sunday, Oct. 13.
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  • Raiders' Divine Deablo: Doesn't practice Wednesday

    Deablo didn't practice Wednesday due to back and wrist injuries, Vic Tafur of The Athletic reports. Deablo dealt with back and ankle injuries ahead of last week's loss to the Saints but logged 14 tackles (nine solo) against New Orleans. Now that he's dealing with back and wrist issues, it's not yet clear whether his availability for Sunday's matchup against Jacksonville will be impacted.
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  • Raiders' Divine Deablo: Ready to go Sunday

    Deablo (back/ankle) is active Sunday against the Saints. Deablo was able to log a limited practice Friday after being unable to participate earlier in the week. As a starter who typically plays every defensive snap, his ability to take the field Sunday should be good news for the Raiders' defense.
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  • Raiders' Divine Deablo: Iffy for Sunday

    Deablo (back/ankle) is questionable for Sunday's matchup against the Saints, Rachel Gossen of the Raiders' official site reports. Deablo recorded a team-high 11 tackles in Week 7 but apparently picked up back and ankle injuries during the contest, which sidelined him for the first two practices of Week 8 prep. However, the second-year linebacker returned as a limited participant Friday. Deablo has recorded 59 tackles across six appearances this season, so his potential absence would be a significant loss for the Raiders defense.
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  • Raiders' Divine Deablo: Limited participation in OTAs

    Deablo (concussion) has been wearing a red non-contact jersey while working in a limited fashion during all of the OTA sessions available to the media so far this offseason, Tashan Reed of The Athletic reports. . Deablo played 48 percent of the total defensive snaps in the Raiders' wild-card loss to the Bengals before suffering a concussion that kept him sidelined for the remainder of the game. The rookie linebacker emerged into a starting role for Las Vegas down the stretch of the 2021 season, recording 45 tackles, one pass defended and one fumble recovery over 17 games with five starts.
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