Raiders vs. Chargers injury report: Palmer out for season

Streeter Lecka

After suffering broken ribs and a bruised lung, the Raiders QB will miss the remainder of the season

Raiders quarterback Carson Palmer is out for the season after suffering broken ribs and a bruised lung in Sunday's 17-6 loss to the Carolina Panthers. His replacement has yet to be chosen, but will likely be either Matt Leinart or Terrelle Pryor.

Tight end Brandon Myers practiced fully on Wednesday, having been previously hampered by a shoulder injury. Also practicing fully was wide receiver Juron Criner, who missed last week's game with an injured hip.

Key parts of the Raiders secondary missed practiced on Wednesday, with strong safety Tyvon Branch out with a neck and ankle injury. Cornerback Phillip Adams was held out with an injured groin. Both played last week despite being on the injury report all week.

Also missing practice was guard Mike Brisiel, who is battling through a concussion and an ankle injury. Tackle Khalif Barnes continues his streak of being on the injury report, practicing in a limited capacity with a triceps injury.

Defensive tackle Richard Seymour remains out, having not recovered from knee and hamstring issues that have kept him out since Week 9.

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