The Las Vegas Raiders were without rookie wide receiver Henry Ruggs III on Sunday against New England and could be without him for a few more weeks.
Head coach Jon Gruden would not provide an update until Ruggs met with the trainers later today. Ruggs is currently dealing with a hamstring injury.
The season hasn’t gone as planned for the No. 12 overall pick as he has only four receptions for 59 yards and no touchdowns. Las Vegas had big plans for Ruggs and now it looks like those plans will be put on hold.
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