Raiders wide receiver Rod Streater joined his teammates in training camp for the first time and has been removed from the Non-Football Illness list, Silver & Black Pride's Levi Damien reports from Napa. The reason for his being on the NFI list in the first place remain undisclosed, but Streater apparently has overcome whatever illness ailed him and is back in action.
Streater missed nearly all of the 2014 season with a foot injury, so this is valuable time for him to work with Raiders QB Derek Carr and begin running Bill Musgrave;s offense. The fourth year receiver had missed 11 practice days and the first preseason game against the Rams.
Considering how quickly TE Clive Walford saw game time even after he had missed all of camp as well, it's possible we could see Streater play sooner than later. The Vikings are next up on the Raider schedule this Saturday, August 22, at 5 PM Pacific Time coming from Minneapolis. It will be up to the coaching staff whether or not Streater will see game action by then.
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