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Blake Martinez
ADP: N/A
Bye: 11
Experience: 8
Age: 30.5
Height: 6'2"
Weight: 237
40 Time: 4.71

SPARQx (Rank): 110.20 (47%)
Burst Score (Rank): 105.00 (4%)
Agility Score (Rank): 11.18 (78%)
Three Cone Drill (Rank): 6.98

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#86 Linebacker

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10:03am EST 11/8/23

Panthers add Blake Martinez; you shouldn't

The Panthers are adding LB Blake Martinez to their practice squad. You should expect this move to go like Julio Jones' addition in Philadelphia and Darrell Henderson's with the Rams, in that the veteran should move quickly to the active roster. Martinez retired from the Raiders last year. We'll guess he didn't end that retirement to play practice dummy for a 1-7 Carolina squad. The Panthers, of course, sport a significant need at LB. Despite multiple minor injuries, LB Frankie Luvu has led all Carolina defenders at 89.4% snap share for the season. The nearest non-edge LB to him is Kamu Grugier-Hill (45.2%). He got starter-level time the two games after LB Shaq Thompson went down before Panthers coaches realized/remembered he's not very good. Don't be surprised if Martinez steps into the No. 2 LB role over the next few weeks. How much playing time that could mean remains to be seen. Martinez isn't worth a waiver pickup in most IDP formats.

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Raiders LB Blake Martinez announced Thursday that he's retiring. It's a shocking move, given that Martinez had made his way into the Raiders lineup after getting his release from the Giants at the start of the season. Martinez appeared in line to start this Sunday against the Colts after the team placed Divine Deablo (forearm) on IR. It's not yet clear who the Raiders will have at LB this weekend. In addition to Deablo and Martinez, Denzel Perryman (hip, ribs) did not practice Wednesday. Jayon Brown -- a healthy scratch in Week 9 -- Luke Masterson and Darien Butler are next in line. Martinez played 5 seasons with the Packers (4) and Giants before losing most of 2021 to an ACL tear.

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Raiders LB Denzel Perryman missed Wednesday's practice with hip and rib injuries. Levi Damien of Raiders Wire says Perryman was "visibly in pain for much of the game" in Sunday's loss to the Jaguars. It's tough to say whether that impacted his playing time. Perryman played 75% of defensive snaps vs. 91% for Blake Martinez, in a game Divine Deablo left early. With Deablo now on IR, Martinez looks like the safest IDP option in the corps for this week and a solid-to-good starter over at least the next 4 games. We'll see about Perryman's status for Sunday's home date with the Colts, a high-upside matchup.

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The Raiders placed LB Divine Deablo on IR Monday with a forearm injury that knocked him out of Sunday's loss to the Jaguars. He'll now miss at least the next 4 games, making Deablo droppable in most IDP leagues. Blake Martinez filled in and led Raiders LBs in playing time at Jacksonville, collecting a game-high 11 tackles. He looks like a strong IDP option over the next month. LB Denzel Perryman checked in just behind Martinez with 10 tackles against the Jaguars but played just 75% of snaps vs. Martinez's 91%.

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Raiders LB Divine Deablo left Sunday's loss to the Jaguars with a right-forearm injury. LB Blake Martinez took advantage, tallying a team-high 11 tackles (8 solo). We'll see about the severity of Deablo's injury and check out the snap counts for Martinez and LB Denzel Perryman (10 tackles) once they're released.

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