Raiders vs. Ravens injury report: Darren McFadden out for Week 10

Ezra Shaw

The Raiders have a long list of injured players this week, and a couple of starters have already been ruled out.

Very little has gone right for the Oakland Raiders this season, and a long list of injuries has not helped their chances on a weekly basis. As the team prepares for its Week 10 game with the Baltimore Ravens, it will be without a number of key starters.

According to the team's official injury report, Darren McFadden will not play on Sunday because of an ankle injury. McFadden tweaked the ankle last weekend against Tampa Bay and was not expected to play against Baltimore at any time this past week. Mike Goodson, the team's No. 2 tailback, is also out with a sprained ankle. Veteran defensive tackle Richard Seymour, with a hamstring and knee issue, is not expected to play.

As for the Ravens, star defensive tackle Haloti Ngata is questionable, although he is expected to play despite a shoulder injury. Starting guards Bobbie Williams and Marshal Yanda are battling ankle ailments, but they are also likely to play on Sunday.

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