Wide receiver Jordy Nelson, who became the main receiving option after the Raiders traded away Amari Cooper, was forced to leave the field after suffering what appeared to be a leg injury. He hobbled off the field under his own power but was visibly in pain.
He later returned to the field.
That didn’t stop some from speculating on Jordy’s future.
With the soon to be Las Vegas Raiders sitting at 1-8 on the season and in full-blown rebuild mode, maybe Nelson may prefer to call it a career, then deal with this miserable season.
Over past 5 weeks, #Raiders Jordy Nelson ranks tied for 103rd among all WRs with 5 catches, and is tied for 125th with 36 yards receiving. Nelson's cap hit of nearly $7.4 million is 22nd highest among all WRs this season per https://t.co/Fv3BQmddxJ
— Josh Dubow (@JoshDubowAP) November 12, 2018