Raiders vs. Chiefs injury report: Raiders staying healthy at key positions

Kevin C. Cox

The oft-injured Darren McFadden appears to be near full-strength, while tight end Brandon Myers and defensive tackle Richard Seymour both practiced Wednesday.

The Oakland Raiders are getting their key players healthy, though they remain on the injury report. Players who practiced fully this Wednesday include running back Darren McFadden (shoulder) and tight end Brandon Myers (knee). McFadden and Myers both played in Week 7, and were heavily involved in the 26-23 Raiders victory over the Jaguars. McFadden carried the ball 19 times and added four receptions, for a total of 81 yards. Myers caught seven passes for 44 yards in the passing game.

Limited participants who have yet to miss time were kicker Sebastian Janikowski (left groin) and defensive tackle Richard Seymour (knee).

The question marks remain on the offensive line and in the secondary. Cornerback Shawntae Spencer hasn't played since Week 2 with a foot injury, and continues not to practice. The same goes for tackle Khalif Barnes, who hasn't seen game action since the matchup against the Dolphins due to a groin injury.

The Raiders go to Kansas City this week for an AFC West showdown, with a 4:05 p.m. ET start.

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