Raiders vs. Buccaneers injury report: Khalif Barnes still not practicing

Mark J. Rebilas-US PRESSWIRE

Offensive tackle Khalif Barnes, cornerback Shawntae Spencer, and linebacker Keenan Clayton did not practice for the Raiders on Thursday.

Here is the injury report for the Oakland Raiders against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers courtesy of Raiders.com.

There are three Raiders who are still not practicing and might not play on Sunday. Offensive tackle Khalif Barnes did not play due to a groin issue. Linebacker Keenan Clayton is out with a shoulder problem. Cornerback Shawntae Spencer has foot issues and didn't practice.

Those Raiders who were limited were linebacker Travis Goethel (back), kicker Sebastian Janikowski (left groin), linebacker Rolando McClain (toe), offensive tackle Willie Smith (ankle), defensive end David Tollefson (shoulder), and guard Stefen Wisniewski (ankle). Defensive tackle Richard Seymour also practiced in a limited capacity after sitting out Wednesday.

Raiders who fully practiced include defensive tackle Desmond Bryant (elbow), running back Mike Goodson (toe), running back Taiwan Jones (knee), running back Darren McFadden (shoulder), defensive end Matt Shaughnessy (shoulder), and offensive lineman Jared Veldheer (elbow). All of these Raiders are expected to play Sunday against the Bucs.

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