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Draft Scout Rod Streater News
12/15/14 - WR Rod Streater saw his practice period expire Monday, and will remain on reserve/injured for the rest of the season.
12/15/14 - WR Rod Streater had a setback in rehab from his foot surgery and will remain on injured reserve although he had been designated for return.
12/10/14 - WR Rod Streater, back on the field but not yet active following foot surgery off the injured reserve/designated for return list, sat out practice with a sore foot and will be re-evaluated.
12/04/14 - WR Rod Streater is eligible to be activated from the injured reserve/eligible to return list but the Raiders had not yet made a decision.
11/26/14 - The Raiders welcomed the return of Rod Streater, who has been out since fracturing a foot in Week 3 and was placed on injured reserve/designated for return."
Streater, who caught 60 passes for 888 yards and four touchdowns last season, must be either placed on the active roster or put on injured reserve within 21 days of his first practice.
"I think I'm close," Streater said. "I went through pretty much the whole practice without any pain. Cutting, running full speed, catching it."
Coach Tony Sparano wants to see more before he puts Streater on the roster, but likes what he sees.
"It looked like he ran around pretty good," Sparano said. "I know he was pretty excited to get back out there, so we'll see. We've got to be patient, but he looked good doing what he was doing."
Streater said he initially thought his season was over after the injury.
"I didn't think I was going to come back," Streater said. "I'd never broken anything, so I thought the worst when I heard it. When they told me (I could come back), I said, all right, we'll see. As the weeks went on I felt better and better.
"When I was able to go out and run routes it hit me - I might be able to come back."