OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — The Oakland Raiders have brought back undrafted rookie receiver Keelan Doss to fill the spot on the roster created after Antonio Brown's release.

Doss was signed off Jacksonville's practice squad on Monday, just hours before the Raiders played their season opener against Denver.

Doss grew up just minutes away from the Raiders facility in Alameda and had an impressive training camp and preseason after being undrafted out of UC Davis. But he didn't end up making Oakland's 53-man roster and chose to sign with the Jaguars practice squad instead of the Raiders.

But after Brown was released Saturday following a series of confrontations with the team, the Raiders brought Doss back to the organization.


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