The Las Vegas Raiders' depth on defense is only getting thinner as the season goes on.
As they head into their Week 14 game against the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday, the Raiders secondary cannot catch a break.
"Damon Arnette is out, Jeff Heath is out," Raiders Coach Jon Gruden said. "The other men are going to be questionable, we'll see how they feel. But they did practice a little bit today and we'll get a better feeling on everybody on Saturday. They did work a little bit today."
Arnette, the Raiders first draft pick in the 2020 NFL Draft, has been pulled out the last two games because of concussions. He did not participate in any of practices this week, and the Raiders continue to monitor the concussions and a neck injury.
Heath, who has not practiced this week, has been ruled out due to a concussion.
Other notable players are questionable for Sunday's game in Las Vegas.
"We're running out of safeties, and hopefully (Jonathan) Abram can play and stay healthy," Gruden said. "Something he hasn't done. We need him to do that, to be the player we need him to be. Dallin Leavitt is a trained safety, he'll play back there and play well if need be."
The Raiders coaching staff will need to make adjustments this week to cover the Colts passing attack. They recently signed Daryl Worley off the Buffalo Bills practice squad, and he is familiar with the Raiders defense as he played the last two years in Oakland.
But without a doubt, the Raiders have done a good job finding the next man up and will have to do so for another week.
Tell us what you think in the comment section below and please make sure you like our Facebook Page WHEN YOU CLICK RIGHT HERE.
Want the latest breaking Las Vegas Raiders news delivered straight to your email for FREE? Sign up for the DAILY Raiders Nation newsletter when you CLICK THE FOLLOW button on the main page. Don't miss any of the latest up to the second updates for your Las Vegas Raiders when you follow on Twitter @HondoCarpenter, @HikaruKudo1