|Date of Birth:||02/22/1993|
|Drafted:||2016 | Round 5 | Pick 143|
|Depth Chart:||2nd string|
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DeAndre Washington (knee) is inactive for Week 2.
Washington is close to a return after being listed as questionable for today's game against the Broncos, but he's inactive. Washington is off the fantasy radar at the moment.
DeAndre Washington (knee) is officially questionable for Week 2.
Even if he is active, Washington is off the fantasy radar until we see him back in action making an impact. The Raiders play in the late-afternoon games on Sunday, so his status probably won't be known until after the 1:00 PM ET games have kicked off.
DeAndre Washington (knee) was limited in practice.
Washington was also limited yesterday. It's worth noting he did post a picture on social media that seemed to hint he'd be back this week, but he might not be active if Oakland doesn't want to use four running backs. We'll update you on Washington's official injury status for the game tomorrow.
DeAndre Washington (knee) was limited in practice today.
This is a good sign, as Washington is making progress in his return from a knee injury. However, Jalen Richard has seized a very solid third-down role in Washington's absence, so he's off the fantasy radar for now.
DeAndre Washington (knee) has been ruled out for Week 1.
Washington had been expected to miss this first game on Monday night, and he's probably questionable at best for Week 2. Jalen Richard could handle most of the third-down work for the Raiders against the Rams.
DeAndre Washington (knee) remains out of practice.
It would be a surprise if Washington plays in Week 1. He might be listed out when the official injury report for the game is released tomorrow.
DeAndre Washington (knee) did not practice today.
Washington is still recovery from arthroscopic knee surgery from last month, and it's unlikely he'll play on Monday night against the Rams. We'll update you with his practice status tomorrow.
DeAndre Washington underwent arthroscopic knee surgery.
Washington will not play on Friday against the Packers, and the beginning of the season could be in jeopardy. It's worth noting that Jon Gruden said that he is high on the third-year back. This could be an opening for impressive undrafted free agent Chris Warren III to make the team. Jalen Richard, who has played well this season, gets a boost with Washington out; Richard could be the team's primary third-down option to open the year.
DeAndre Washington gets four touches in Week 17.
Washington had two carries for three yards and two receptions for zero yards against the Chargers. While he did score three touchdowns, Washington—and Oakland as a whole—was not close to where they were last season. Entering his third season, we'll see if Washington has a bigger role next year.
DeAndre Washington gets two touches against the Eagles.
Washington had one carry for -3 yards and one reception for two yards in Oakland's Week 16 loss. The second-year back's role isn't big enough to be a fantasy option right now.
DeAndre Washington gets four touches in Raiders’ loss.
Washington had two carries for three yards and two receptions for 16 yards against Dallas. He’s not a fantasy option right now.
DeAndre Washington handles five touches in Week 14 loss.
Washington rushed four times for nine yards and caught a 10-yard pass. The 24-year-old was the only running back besides Marshawn Lynch to receive a touch, but it didn't lead to much success. Washington can stay on the waiver wire.
DeAndre Washington scores in Week 13.
Washington received six carries against the Giants, gaining 16 yards with the score coming on a nine-yarder from the shotgun in the fourth quarter. The second-year back isn't a recommended fantasy option right now.
DeAndre Washington gets nine touches against Denver.
Washington carried six times for 23 yards and added three receptions for 23 yards. He's not a fantasy option as long as Marshawn Lynch is on the field and getting most of the carries.
DeAndre Washington handles five touches in loss to New England.
Washington rushed three times for seven yards and caught two passes for 12 yards. The second-year back isn't a fantasy option as he splits work behind Marshawn Lynch.
DeAndre Washington gets five touches against the Dolphins.
With Marshawn Lynch back from his suspension, Washington and teammate Jalen Richard took a back seat in the backfield. Washingont carried four times for 16 yards and caught one pass for -2 yards in the game. He does appear to be ahead of Richard right now, as he entered the game more early—but Washington doesn’t need to be on fantasy rosters right now.
DeAndre Washington scores in Week 8.
In relief of the suspended Marshawn Lynch, Washington and Jalen Richard handled most of the touches out of the backfield. Washington carried six times for 26 yards (which both led the team) and added eight receptions for 62 yards and a touchdown, with the score coming late in the game with Oakland down big. The second-year back did also lose a fumble in the game, and he fullback Jamize Olawale scored a short touchdown by the goal line. With Lynch set to return in Week 9, it'll probably be a committee approach in the backfield.
DeAndre Washington scores in Week 7.
Washington carried nine times for 33 yards and a touchdown while adding three receptions for seven yards, working in a 50/50 backfield timeshare with Jalen Richard (Marshawn Lynch was ejected for shoving an official in the second quarter). Keep an eye on the situation with Lynch, as it wouldn't be surprising to see him outright released by Oakland, given the headache he's causing. Either way, Washington and Richard should be getting more touches moving forward.
DeAndre Washington gets four touches against the Chargers.
The second-year back had three carries for -8 yards and one reception for ten yards in the Week 6 loss. As long as Marshawn Lynch remains on the field, Washington isn't a reliable fantasy option.
DeAndre Washington fourth in line for carries as Raiders fall to Redskins.
Washington rushed once for zero yards, but he did lead the team in catches thanks to some garbage time production (he had five for 24 yards). Washington belongs on the waiver wire. Oakland plays Denver next Sunday.
DeAndre Washington gets nine touches in Week 2.
Washington had six carries for 20 yards and three receptions (on three targets) for 15 yards versus the Jets. He's in the mix with Marshawn Lynch and Jalen Richard in Oakland's backfield, but he can't be trusted in fantasy lineups right now.
DeAndre Washington gets five touches in Raiders' Week 1 win.
The second-year back had three carries for four yards and two receptions for 18 yards. Jalen Richard looks like the primary backup runner behind Marshawn Lynch, but Washington certainly has a role. Neither Richard nor Washington will be a great fantasy option as long as Lynch remains on the field.
DeAndre Washington carries five times for 16 yards in preseason opener.
The second-year Raiders back broke off a solid nine-yard run, showing his quickness and acceleration. Washington and fellow second-year back Jalen Richard should both mix in with Marshawn Lynch this season.
DeAndre Washington rushed four times for 16 yards in the Wild Card Round against Houston.
Washington had a nice 14-yard run, but that was about it. He'll return as a valuable part of the Raiders' offense next season as a change of pace behind Latavius Murray.
DeAndre Washington rushed seven times for 43 yards in Sunday's loss to the Broncos.
Washington also caught two passes for 14 yards. The rookie led the team in carries and yards, which is a shock after Latavius Murray dominated the Broncos in their last meeting. Washington finishes his first regular season with 87 carries for 467 yards (5.4 YPC) and two touchdowns. Oakland travels to Houston in the first round of the playoffs next weekend.
DeAndre Washington explodes for two touchdowns.
Washington had 12 carries for 99 yards and two touchdowns, and also had an 18-yard reception against the Colts. Competing for touches behind Latavius Murray, Washington is a risky fantasy option despite the great game.
DeAndre Washington gets only one touch in Week 11.
Washington had one carry for zero yards. He was also targeted once, but didn't have any catches. Washington is a contributor for the Raiders, but not in fantasy.