RB - LV
Week 4 Outlook
Devontae Booker rushed three times for 31 yards in the Raiders' 36-20 loss to the Patriots Sunday.
Booker saw just three looks Sunday and would need a Josh Jacobs injury to be of much fantasy value.
Devontae Booker lost one yard on three carries and caught his only target for six yards in the Raiders' 34-24 win over the Saints Monday night.
Booker has little fantasy appeal other than as a bench stash in the event of an injury to Josh Jacobs this season.
Devontae Booker had four carries for 29 yards and three receptions for 23 yards in the Raiders' 34-30 win over the Panthers Sunday. He was targeted three times.
Booker saw work behind Josh Jacobs Sunday. His primary fantasy value is as a handcuff to Jacobs.
Former Broncos RB Devontae Booker has signed a deal with the Las Vegas Raiders.
A former 2016 fourth-round selection out of Utah, Booker has played four seasons in the NFL with the Denver Broncos. His best season came his rookie year, when he rushed for 612 yards and four TDs on 174 carries, with an additional 265 yards and two TDs on 31 catches. For his career, Booker owns a 3.8 average with just over 1,100 yards on the ground. He’ll look to settle in and carve out a role in the Oakland offense behind second-year man Josh Jacobs.
Devontae Booker agreed to terms on a contract with the Raiders on Wednesday.
The terms of the deal are unknown at this time, but Booker will have a chance to compete for a roster spot. Booker logged two carries for nine yards and hauled in six receptions for 57 yards across 16 games for the Broncos in 2019. If he makes the team, the 27-year-old will most likely be fourth on the RB depth chart behind Josh Jacobs, Jalen Richards and Lynn Bowden.