Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer
Defensive tackle Eddie Vanderdoes, who began the season on the PUP list after tearing an ACL in last season's final game, will not make his season debut Sunday against the Chargers. Rather, coach Jon Gruden said Vanderdoes, who only recently started practicing, would likely play at Arizona next week. The Raiders have to either activate Vanderdoes to the 53-man roster or place him on season-ending Injured Reserve soon. "If they want me to dominate the run game, I'll do that," Vanderdoes told ESPN.com recently. "If they want me to play on passing downs, I'll do that. Whatever they want me to do, I'm down for it." Vanderdoes, a third-round pick in 2017, started 13 of 16 games as a rookie at left defensive tackle last year and had 18 tackles, with two stuffs.