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2023 Receiving

Receiving Yards
Average Yards per Reception
Receiving Touchdowns
Longest Reception
Regular Season 8 161 20.1 0 50

Top Tre Tucker News

  • Raiders' Tre Tucker: Career-high seven targets Sunday

    Tucker caught two passes for 36 yards on seven targets in Sunday's 20-13 loss to the Dolphins.

    Tucker finished Sunday's contest behind only Davante Adams in targets from quarterback Aidan O'Connell, with the rookie wideout earning seven looks on just 24 offensive snaps. The career-high seven targets translated to just two receptions, however, one of which came on the Raiders' final drive of the game. Tucker has flashed big-play ability, but he's difficult to trust against a stingy Chiefs secondary in Las Vegas' Week 12 matchup.

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  • Raiders' Tre Tucker: One touch on SNF

    Tucker rushed once for nine yards in Sunday's 16-12 win over the Jets.

    Tucker wasn't targeted in the passing game on Sunday Night Football, and he played just 15 offensive snaps behind fellow receivers Davante Adams (62), Jakobi Meyers (58) and Hunter Renfrow (27). The rookie is averaging 20.8 yards per reception through his first nine games in the NFL, but Tucker's sample remains minuscule with just six total catches on the season.

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  • Raiders' Tre Tucker: Totals 56 yards in win

    Tucker caught two of three targets for 52 yards and rushed once for four yards in Sunday's 30-6 win over the Giants.

    Tucker's Week 9 performance was highlighted by a 50-yard reception late in the second quarter that eventually led to one of Josh Jacobs' two touchdowns. The rookie speedster ultimately played 28 of a possible 60 offensive snaps behind Davante Adams and Jakobi Meyers, while fellow receiver Hunter Renfrow logged just 13. Tucker has caught exactly two passes in three of the Raiders' past four games, and he'll look to introduce his big-play ability to a stingy Jets defense Week 10.

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  • Raiders' Tre Tucker: Not targeted in loss

    Tucker failed to record a single target in Monday's 26-14 loss to the Lions.

    After playing 48 percent of the Raiders' offensive snaps in Week 7, Tucker's playing time took a major hit in Week 8 as he played just 13 percent of snaps Monday. The rookie wideout was not a part of the game plan, with quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo failing to connect with the speedster on any of his six snaps. With limited usage on a struggling offense, Tucker should remain far off the fantasy radar when the Raiders host the Giants in Week 9.

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  • Raiders' Tre Tucker: Three touches in defeat

    Tucker caught two of three targets for 16 yards and rushed once for two yards in Sunday's 30-12 loss to the Bears.

    The rookie speedster's pair of receptions came on the Raiders' last drive of the game with the team trailing 30-6 and fellow rookie Aidan O'Connell under center instead of veteran Brian Hoyer. Tucker ultimately finished the contest with a career-high 32 offensive snaps played. He figures to continue in a depth role at wideout behind Davante Adams and Jakobi Meyers in Week 8 against the Lions, but the potential return of Jimmy Garoppolo (back) would elevate the ceiling of all the Raiders' pass-catchers.

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  • Raiders' Tre Tucker: Catches 48-yard deep ball Sunday

    Tucker caught both of his targets for 57 yards in Sunday's 21-17 win over the Patriots. He also rushed once for four yards.

    Tucker not only logged a season-high 22 offensive snaps, but the speedy rookie also got behind the Patriots secondary on a 48-yard reception to flip the field on a third-down conversion in the second half. Although Tucker has earned just four total targets through the first five games of his NFL career, fellow receiver Hunter Renfrow was hardly involved Sunday with seven snaps of his own, so Tucker's expanded role behind Davante Adams and Jakobi Meyers could stick for the Raiders' road trip to Chicago in Week 7.

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  • Raiders' Tre Tucker: Gets green light

    Tucker (knee) is good to go for Sunday's game against the Patriots, Rachel Gossen of the Raiders' official website reports.

    Tucker logged consecutive limited practices to kick off the week after injuring his knee in Monday's 17-13 victory over the Packers. However, he put in a full day's work Friday and was held off the team's final injury report as a result. Barring any setbacks, he is set to provide depth at receiver while primarily contributing on special teams.

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  • Raiders' Tre Tucker: Questionable to return

    Tucker (knee) is considered questionable to return to Monday's contest with the Packers.

    Tucker suffered a knee injury in the first half of the Raiders' Week 5 matchup with Green Bay and his status for the rest of the game is uncertain. The wide receiver produced a 16-yard run prior to exiting the contest.

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  • Raiders' Tre Tucker: Runs for 34 yards in debut

    Tucker was held without a catch on just one target in Sunday's 38-10 loss to the Bills, but he took his lone carry for 34 yards.

    Tucker, who was a healthy inactive Week 1, immediately showcased his speed on the Raiders' opening drive Sunday when the third-round rookie ran for 34 yards on a jet sweep, setting up a 16-yard touchdown pass from Jimmy Garoppolo to Davante Adams (concussion) on the very next play. Tucker ultimately logged only nine offensive snaps, however, while fellow reserve Kristian Wilkerson played 29 snaps. If Adams and Jakobi Meyers remain subject to the league's concussion protocol, Tucker could see additional opportunities against the Steelers in Week 3.

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  • Raiders' Tre Tucker: Healthy inactive

    Tucker (coach's decision) is inactive for Sunday's matchup against the Broncos.

    A rookie third-round pick, Tucker presumably will play a big role for the Raiders eventually. However, Tucker finds himself behind Davante Adams, Jakobi Meyers, Hunter Renfrow, DeAndre Carter and Kristian Wilkerson on the depth chart to start the year.

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  • Raiders' Tre Tucker: Targeted twice

    Tucker recorded one reception on two targets for 11 yards in Saturday's 31-16 preseason loss to the Cowboys.

    The Raiders sat the majority of their receiving corps, which gave Tucker the chance to play early. He was targeted in both the short and long areas of the field, though ultimately he turned in a modest stat line. A third-round pick in the 2023 NFL Draft, Tucker should make the Las Vegas roster as a depth pass catcher.

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  • Raiders' Tre Tucker: Receives two touches Sunday

    Tucker had one reception (three targets) for three yards and one carry for three yards in Sunday's 34-7 preseason win over San Francisco.

    Tucker didn't get to put his wheels on display, but he was able to show off his dual-threat ability on a jet sweep attempt. The third-round rookie is looking to make the team as a gadget wideout and return man. Tucker will look to have more success with his touches in the Raiders' next preseason matchup against the Rams on Saturday.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 5-9, 185 lbs
Birthplace: Akron, OH
Age: 22
School: Cincinnati
Experience: R