Maurice Jones-Drew is retiring from the NFL after nine seasons.
Unless Maurice Jones-Drew takes a pay cut, it's unlikely he'll be back with the Raiders.
Asked Thursday if he believes Maurice Jones-Drew has anything left, Raiders coach Jack Del Rio replied "we need to find that out."
Maurice Jones-Drew said his "body feels good" and he'd like to be back with the Raiders in 2015.
Maurice Jones-Drew had zero touches in Sunday's Week 17 loss at Denver.
Maurice Jones-Drew managed 21 yards on five carries and caught three balls for 23 yards in the Raiders' Week 13 loss to St. Louis.
Maurice Jones-Drew rushed three times in Oakland's Week 12 win over the Chiefs, but ended up with -1 yards.
Maurice Jones-Drew managed six yards on four carries in Week 11.
Maurice Jones-Drew lost two yards on his two carries and caught an 11-yard pass in the Raiders' Week 9 loss to the Seahawks.
Maurice Jones-Drew was held to eight yards on six carries and had a six-yard catch in the Raiders' Week 8 loss to the Browns.
Raiders interim coach Tony Sparano believes the team needs to get Maurice Jones-Drew more carries.
Maurice Jones-Drew managed six yards on three carries in the Raiders' Week 7 loss to the Cardinals.
Maurice Jones-Drew rushed for 30 yards on four carries and caught a ten-yard pass in the Raiders' Week 6 loss to San Diego.
Raiders interim coach Tony Sparano wants Maurice Jones-Drew to take on a bigger offensive role.