Raiders vs. Chiefs injury report: Khalif Barnes, Shawntae Spencer sit on Thursday

Ed Szczepanski-US PRESSWIRE

Khalif Barnes and Shawntae Spencer did not practice on Thursday as they continue to recover from injuries.

The Oakland Raiders continued to prepare for the Kansas City Chiefs on Thursday, but it looks as if they will once again be without tackle Khalif Barnes and cornerback Shawntae Spencer.

Neither player has played since Week 2 and both once again sat out practice on Thursday. Spencer remains out with a sprained foot while Barnes is out with a groin injury. Neither has practiced since their injuries and both will more than likely miss the game against Kansas City. After being a limited participant on Wednesday, defensive tackle Desmond Bryant did not practice on Thursday.

A number of players were limited participants on Thursday, including defensive tackle Richard Seymour. Other limited players included Keenan Clayton, Juron Criner, Richard Gordon, Sebastian Janikowski, Taiwan Jones, Mike Mitchell, Matt Shaughnessy, Rod Streater and David Tollefson.

Running back Darren McFadden was a full participant in practice for the second straight day. The complete injury report can be found at Raiders.com.

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