Raiders vs. Ravens injury report: Darren McFadden, Mike Goodson questionable

Cary Emondson-US PRESSWIRE

The Oakland Raiders have plenty of players on the injury list against the Baltimore Ravens.

The Oakland Raiders are a very banged up football team after Sunday's loss to the Baltimore Ravens. Eric Gilmore of CBS Sports files this report that has Oakland dealing with several injuries.

Raiders inside linebacker Travis Goethel heads to injured reserve after tearing the ACL in his left knee. Goethel could be replaced by either Kaelin Burnett (practice squad) or possibly free agent Nathan Stupar (Raiders draft pick cut in camp).

Tailback Darren McFadden and backup tailback Mike Goodson both sat out Sunday's game with high ankle sprains, and defensive lineman Richard Seymour was out with a hamstring injury. It's uncertain whether they'll be available for next week's game against the Saints.

Strong safety Tyvon Branch tweaked his neck against Baltimore. Cornerback Michael Huff has a calf injury, but should play next week against the Saints. Both tight end Brandon Myers and free safety Matt Giordano are still being evaluated for potential concussions they sustained.

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