Raiders vs. Buccaneers injury report: Richard Seymour, Shawntae Spencer absent from Wednesday practice

Ed Szczepanski-US PRESSWIRE

The Oakland Raiders head into the Week 9 contest banged up on both sides of the ball.

Defensive end Richard Seymour headlines the long list of Oakland Raiders players who were listed on the team's injury report headed into the Week 9 contest vs. the Tampa Bay Buccaneers at the O.co Coliseum on Sunday.

Coming off a win against the Kansas City Chiefs on the road, the Raiders will hope to have as many players healthy as possible to square off against the Bucs.

Seymour missed the Wednesday session as he deals with a knee injury. Sebastian Janikowski was limited in practice as he nurses a left groin ailment stemming from the lingering injury he suffered in the preseason. Also limited were guard Stefen Wisniewski (ankle), defensive end Dave Tollefson (shoulder), tackle Willie Smith (ankle) and linebackers Rolando McClain (toe) and Travis Goethel (back).

In addition to Seymour, linebacker Keenan Clayton (shoulder), tackle Khalif Barnes (groin) and cornerback Shawntae Spencer (foot) were each absent from practice. Mike Goodson, the primary backup to starting running back Darren McFadden, was back at practice as he makes his way back from a toe injury suffered in the win over the Chiefs.

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