The Oakland Raiders will take the field for Carson Palmer's first game this Sunday as they take on the Kansas City Chiefs. Both teams looked relatively healthy on Wednesday, though the Chiefs have the injury edge with no missing players from practice.
For the Raiders, tight end Richard Gordon (hand), safety Michael Huff (ankle) and center Samson Stele (ribs) were all limited in Wednesday's practice. Huff's loss in particular could be detrimental to the Raiders secondary. Huff has started five games this season and had a key play against the Houston Texans in Week Five when he intercepted Texans quarterback Matt Schaub on the final play of the game to give the Raiders a 25-20 road victory.
Meanwhile, six players did not participate at all. Quarterback Jason Campbell (collarbone and foot, will be out for the season), running back Rock Cartwright (calf), cornerback Chimdi Chekwa (hamstring), cornerback Chris Johnson (groin, hamstring), linebacker Rolando McClain (ankle) and running back Marcel Reese (ankle) all sat out on Wednesday.
On the flip side, the Chiefs saw running backs Jackie Battle (neck) and Le'Ron McClain (neck) participate fully on Wednesday. The Chiefs had no one limited or out of practice, which means that the Raiders can expect a very healthy Kansas City squad come Sunday.