The Raiders have released their injury report for Sunday's game with the Browns.
The Oakland Raiders are looking for answers right now. Despite a new coaching staff and front office in place, it has been more of the same in Oakland the past few months. The Raiders enter Week 13 with a chance to pick up a win over the Browns, which have also really struggled in 2012.
The injury report for Sunday was released by Oakland on Friday afternoon. The most notable player is running back Darren McFadden, who has missed the past three weeks with an ankle injury. McFadden is listed as questionable and will likely be a game-time decision. Despite making strides in practice the past couple of days, it seems that he will be nowhere close to 100 percent if he suits up against Cleveland.
Marcel Reece, who has received most of the carries in recent weeks, is listed as probable with a hamstring issue. Quarterback Carson Palmer is also probable despite having a bad right thumb. Veteran defensive lineman Richard Seymour has been ruled out with a knee and hamstring injury.
The full Raiders injury report can be found here.