Carlisle missed Sunday's game against the San Diego Chargers with a sprained ankle.|||||||
Carlisle was replaced by Chris Morris, who made his first career NFL start.
Carlisle is day-to-day with an ankle injury.|||||||
The team's starting guard was injured in Sunday's loss to Buffalo and he will be monitored during the week.
The Oakland Raiders agreed to a contract Friday with former Denver Broncos offensive lineman Cooper Carlisle. "Cooper has been a consistent starter in our division and his experience will serve us well up front with our offensive line," Raiders coach Lane Kiffin said. "He fits our system perfectly and we are extremely excited to have him here."|||||||
Carlisle started every game the past two seasons for the Broncos and has played 95 games since joining Denver as a fourth-round pick out of Florida in 2000. Carlisle is the third veteran offensive lineman the Raiders have signed this offseason, joining Jeremy Newberry and Cornell Green. Oakland allowed a league-worst 72 sacks last season.
The Raiders agreed Friday to a contract with Carlisle, the former Broncos offensive lineman. Carlisle started every game the past two seasons and has played 95 game since joining Denver as a fourth-round pick in 2000. He is the third veteran offensive lineman Oakland has signed during the offseason.|||||||
Carlisle agreed to terms with the Baltimore Ravens earlier this week, but has backed out of the deal and re-signed with the Denver Broncos. The offensive lineman will get a two-year, $2 million contract, including a $500,000 signing bonus -- a pact nearly identical to the one the Ravens offered.|||||||
Carlisle appeared in all 16 games with the Denver Broncos in 2004, including five starts. He is expected to compete with P.J. Alexander for the starting right-guard job next season, replacing the released Dan Neil.