Oakland Raiders wide receiver Denarius Moore practiced in full on Wednesday after missing the season opener and seeing limited action in Week 2 against the Miami Dolphins, according to CSN Bay Area's Paul Gutierrez.
Moore has dealt with a hamstring injury since the beginning of the season and figures to be a major factor in the Raiders' offense moving forward. In his absence on Sunday, tight end Brandon Myers led all receivers with six catches for 86 yards while running back Mike Goodson scored the team's only receiving touchdown.
Cramping issues forced the former Tennessee star to exit the game against the Dolphins briefly, in a contest where he finished with three catches for 67 yards.
In order to improve the struggling offense, the team will need to have Moore fully healthy, as quarterback Carson Palmer will look to stretch field more in the coming weeks. Moore could be in line for plenty of targets if he continues to display a clean bill of health for the remainder of the week.
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