Sio Moore's stay on the physically unable to perform list wasn't a long one.
The standout linebacker missed just one Raiders practice after landing on the list last Monday. By Saturday morning, he rejoined his teammates as a fully-active player.
"We need to find out what he can bring," head coach Del Rio told the Contra Costa Times. "I haven't really seen him full-tilt, but he is active now, he has joined the team again now in a full-go capacity. I'll get to learn more about him."
Moore played in just 11 games last year after suffering a season-ending hip injury, but still ended the year as the team's third-leading tackler.
Sound tackling is something Del Rio will preach all summer. It helps having a player like Moore around to coach up.
"That's what we're looking for from our linebackers. He'll get an opportunity to compete and show us what he's about."