Oakland Raiders Injury Update: Darren McFadden, Richard Seymour Don't Practice

Things never change for Darren McFadden, who again is sidelined with a foot injury and is looking less and less likely to play on Sunday in what could be the game that decides whether they go to the playoffs or stay home. If McFadden is out, expect Michael Bush to be the primary ball-carrier and Marcel Reece and Taiwan Jones to carry the remaining snaps.

Richard Seymour also took a day off. Fresh off another Pro Bowl nomination, the Raiders defensive end sat out practice with illness. He's still probably in line to start and play on Sunday, as the Oakland defense will need to step up and hold down the Chargers offensive front if they plan on keeping their playoff hopes alive.

The good news is that Jacoby Ford is back, which provides Oakland with another dynamic weapon on offense they desperately need.

Below is the full Raiders injury report.

DID NOT PARTICIPATE IN PRACTICE: QB Jason Campbell (collarbone), DT John Henderson (knee), RB Darren McFadden (foot), DT Richard Seymour (illness)

LIMITED PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE: WR Jacoby Ford (foot), S Michael Huff (hamstring), RB Taiwan Jones (hamstring), WR Louis Murphy (groin)

FULL PARTICIPATION IN PRACTICE: CB DeMarcus Van Dyke (concussion)

To discuss McFadden, Seymour and the Raiders, head to Silver and Black Pride.

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