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Reece (quadriceps) practiced Wednesday, reports.

Reece was held out of action this past week as a precautionary measure, but his presence at practice Wednesday bodes well for his chances of suiting up Sunday against the Browns.

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Reece (quadriceps) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Cardinals.

Jamize Olawale is thus expected to start at fullback for the Raiders on Sunday, but he's not a fantasy consideration in Week 7, given the limited touches Reece has seen this season.

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Reece (quadriceps) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Cardinals.

Although Reece did not practice at all Wednesday or Thursday, he appears to still have a chance to suit up against Arizona after turning in a limited showing Friday. The 29-year-old has been an afterthought in the Raiders' offense this season, with just 11 touches through five games, and there's been nothing to suggest the team has plans to get him more involved. Jamize Olawale is expected to start at fullback if Reece cannot go.

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Reece (quadriceps) did not practice Thursday, reports.

Friday for be a pivotal day for Reece, who missed practice both Wednesday and Thursday due to the quad issue, as he'll likely need to turn in at least a limited showing in order to play against Arizona. If Reece ends up sitting, look for Jamize Olawale to serve as the primary fullback, with Darren McFadden and Maurice Jones-Drew handling the bulk of the carries.

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Reece (quad) did not practice Wednesday, reports.

To date, Reece has seen limited touches in the Raiders' offense and will remain off the fantasy radar unless that trend changes under interim coach Tony Sparano.

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Reece carried the ball once for two yards and caught one pass on three targets for 11 yards in Sunday's 31-28 loss to the Chargers.

Two of quarterback Derek Carr's first five pass attempts went in Reece's direction, but he had a bad drop and only saw one look over the remainder of the game. Through five games this season, Reece has 56 yards on 11 touches, and it doesn't seem as though his role will increase under interim coach Tony Sparano.

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Reece (quadriceps) is active for Sunday's game against the Chargers.

Reece is used sparingly as a pass-catcher out of the backfield, but rarely does he make an impact large enough to generate much fantasy attention. His 26 yards in Week 3 were a season high.

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Although he's listed as questionable, Reece (quadriceps) is expected to play Sunday against the Chargers, Steve Corkran of the Contra Costa Times reports.

Reece was limited in practice throughout the week due to the quad ailment, but it sounds like he'll be fine to serve in his typical role in Week 6. The Raiders' lone selection to the 2013 Pro Bowl, Reece has totaled just 43 yards on nine touches through four games this season, and it's uncertain whether interim coach Tony Sparano has any plans to increase his usage.

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Reece (quadriceps) was a limited participant in practice Thursday.

The quad issue, which interim coach Tony Sparano termed a "sprain" earlier in the week, limited Reece both Wednesday and Thursday, but there's been nothing to suggest his Week 6 availability is in serious jeopardy. Reece has touched the ball nine times through four games this season (two carries, seven receptions), and while his role could expand under Sparano, offensive coordinator Greg Olson is still the playcaller for the Raiders.

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Reece hauled in one of two targets for five yards in last Sunday's loss to the Dolphins.

Offensive coordinator Greg Olson seemed to make a concerted effort to get Reece the ball in Week 3, as he was targeted seven times in the passing game and also received a carry. In Week 4, however, Reece went right back to serving primarily a blocker, touching the ball just once in yet another Raiders loss. Dennis Allen lost his job, and while new coach Tony Sparano may make it a priority to get the Pro Bowl fullback more touches, Reece won't be worthy of consideration in most formats until an expanded role is well established.