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Team Div Overall
6-0-0 14-3-0
2-4-0 10-7-0
3-3-0 6-11-0
1-5-0 5-12-0

2022 Defensive

Total Tackles
Interceptions Returned For Touchdown
Forced Fumbles
Regular Season 72 0 0 1 1.0

Top Nate Hobbs News

  • Raiders' Nate Hobbs: Forced out against Chiefs

    Hobbs has been ruled out of Saturday's game against the Chiefs due to a hand injury, Paul Gutierrez of reports.

    Hobbs suffered a broken hand early in the season, an injury that cost him six games. He's suited up for each of the Raiders' last five contests and has been a key part of the team's secondary. He'll end the 2022 campaign with 72 total tackles, one sack and four passes defended across 11 games.

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  • Raiders' Nate Hobbs: Eight stops in loss

    Hobbs tallied eight tackles (six solo) and one pass defense during Sunday's 37-34 loss to the 49ers.

    Hobbs recorded at least eight stops for the sixth time this season. Across 10 appearances, he's totaled 71 tackles, four pass defenses, one sack, one forced fumble and one fumble recovery. The second-year cornerback needs three tackles in Week 18 to tie his career-high mark (74), which he set as a rookie in 2021.

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  • Raiders' Nate Hobbs: Racks up six stops Saturday

    Hobbs recorded six tackles (five solo) in Saturday's 13-10 loss to the Steelers.

    While usual starting cornerback Rock Ya-Sin was once again unavailable in Week 16 due to a knee issue, Hobbs operated as the Raiders' No. 1 secondary option this past weekend in Pittsburgh and registered six stops in the process. Whether or not Ya-Sin is able to gain medical clearance for Las Vegas' matchup against the 49ers on New Year's Day, the second-year pro is slated to operate as an every-down contributor regardless.

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  • Raiders' Nate Hobbs: Picks up fumble in return

    Hobbs recorded eight solo tackles and a fumble recovery during Sunday's 27-20 win versus the Chargers.

    Hobbs played all but three of the Raiders' defensive snaps in his first time back from a six-game hiatus due to a broken hand. As a result, the second-year cornerback picked up right where he left off, recording at least eight tackles for the fourth time in his six contests played. Hobbs also logged his second takeaway of the season when he picked up a fumble from running back Austin Ekeler early in the third quarter. He'll look to continue playing a prominent role Week 14 versus the Rams' depleted offense.

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  • Raiders' Nate Hobbs: Comes back from IR

    Las Vegas activated Hobbs (hand) from its injured reserve list Saturday ahead of Sunday's game versus the Chargers.

    Hobbs has missed the Raiders' last six games with a broken hand, but it appears he's poised to suit up in Week 13. The 2021 fifth-rounder should step into a rotational role in the Las Vegas defensive backfield when the defense lines up across from Justin Herbert on Sunday.

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  • Raiders' Nate Hobbs: Designated to return from IR

    The Raiders designated Hobbs (hand) to return from injured reserve Wednesday.

    Hobbs landed on IR on Oct. 17 after fracturing his left hand in Week 5 against Kansas City. Prior to that contest, he had logged 100 percent of the team's defensive snaps in two of Las Vegas' first four games. The Raiders now have three weeks to activate Hobbs, but he could play as soon as this Sunday in Seattle if the team feels he is ready to return.

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  • Raiders' Nate Hobbs: Lands on IR

    The Raiders placed Hobbs (hand) on the injured reserve Monday.

    Hobbs will now be forced to sit out until at least Week 11 while recovering from a fractured left hand on IR. The 23-year-old sustained this injury during last Monday's loss to the Chiefs, though he was able to return and finish out the remainder of this contest with a cast on his left hand. Hobbs recorded 36 tackles, two passes defended, one sack and a forced fumble over five starts this season, and his absence will leave the Raiders with just three healthy cornerbacks in Rock Ya-Sin, Amik Robertson and Sam Webb.

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  • Raiders' Nate Hobbs: Dealing with broken hand

    Hobbs fractured his left hand during Monday's 30-29 loss to the Chiefs, Vic Tafur of The Athletic reports.

    Hobbs did not initially emerge from Las Vegas' locker room to start the second half Monday, though he was eventually able to finish this contest with a club on his injured left hand. It's unclear if the starting cornerback will be able to continue playing through this injury, though he'll have an extra bye week to recover before the Raiders' next game Sunday, Oct. 23.

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  • Raiders' Nate Hobbs: Returns for second half

    Hobbs (thumb) returned with his hand in a cast during Monday's game against the Chiefs, Case Keefer of the Las Vegas Sun reports.

    Hobbs will apparently play through whatever thumb issue kept him from lining up on Las Vegas' first defensive series of the second half. However, it will be worth monitoring the veteran's injury status following Monday's game.

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  • Raiders' Nate Hobbs: Questionable to return

    Hobbs is questionable to return to Monday's game against the Chiefs with a thumb injury.

    Hobbs recorded six tackles in the first half of Monday's game, but he did not emerge from the Raiders' locker room to start the second half, according to Tashan Reed of The Athletic. With the starting cornerback out, Sam Webb and Amik Robertson figure to fill in opposite Rock Ya-Sin.

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  • Raiders' Nate Hobbs: Cleared for Week 4

    Hobbs doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's contest against the Broncos, Rachel Gossen of the Raiders' official site reports.

    Hobbs didn't practice Wednesday due to a concussion he suffered during the team's Week 3 loss to Tennessee, but he was upgraded to a limited participant Thursday and was a full-go Friday, putting him in line to play Sunday. Through three games, Hobbs has totaled 24 tackles and one pass defense while playing nearly every defensive snap.

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  • Raiders' Nate Hobbs: Not practicing Wednesday

    Hobbs (concussion) did not practice Wednesday, Tashan Reed of The Athletic reports.

    Hobbs suffered a concussion during Sunday's loss at Tennessee, and it appears the sophomore fifth-rounder will need at least a day or two more to recover before he's ready to get back onto the field. He won't be eligible to completely clear concussion protocol until Sunday, and if he's unable to play Week 4 versus Denver, Amik Robertson and Sam Webb would likely see most of the fill-in reps.

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  • Raiders' Nate Hobbs: Lands in concussion protocol

    Hobbs suffered a concussion during Sunday's contest against the Titans, Tashan Reed of The Athletic reports.

    As expected, Hobbs lands in concussion protocols after not returning to the team's Week 3 loss due to a head injury. He'll have until next Sunday to clear protocols, but if he's sidelined for Week 4, Amik Robertson and Sam Webb would be candidates for increased roles against the Broncos.

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  • Raiders' Nate Hobbs: Will not return

    Hobbs (concussion) will not return Sunday against the Titans.

    Hobbs left the game early to be evaluated for a concussion. His inability to return likely signals the cornerback failed the evaluation. In his absence, Amik Robertson and Sam Webb will likely see an increased role. If Hobbs did suffer a concussion, he'll need to clear protocols before suiting up in Week 4 against the Broncos.

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  • Raiders' Nate Hobbs: Posts 11 tackles in loss

    Hobbs notched 11 tackles (nine solo) during Sunday's 29-23 loss to the Cardinals.

    Hobbs was one of three Raiders to finish with at least 10 tackles. Through two games, the second-year cornerback has totaled 20 tackles (15 solo), one pass defense and one forced fumble. He'll look to continue his hot start against the Titans in Week 3.

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  • Raiders' Nate Hobbs: Returns to practice

    Hobbs (shoulder) participated in offseason work as the Raiders' starting nickelback, Tashan Reed of The Athletic reports.

    Hobbs finished his rookie season with 71 tackles, three passes defensed, one sack and one interception across 16 games. The 2021 fifth-round pick underwent offseason shoulder surgery following his first NFL campaign, but he appears to have cleared rehab and should be healthy for Week 1. Regardless, Hobbs may still face league discipline after being arrested twice in January, so his status as a starter is tentative.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-1, 195 lbs
Birthplace: Louisville, KY
Age: 23
School: Illinois
Experience: 3