Darren McFadden headlined a list of four Raiders players who sat out of practice Wednesday for Oakland. Others, such as Sebastian Janikowski were limited on the afternoon as well.
The Oakland Raiders released their injury report Wednesday afternoon, with four key players sitting out of practice in anticipation of Sunday's game against Baltimore.
The first, and most important, remains running back Darren McFadden who left last Sunday's game against Tampa Bay with an ankle injury. McFadden, who leads the Raiders with 455 yards rushing, was joined on the sidelines at Wednesday's practice by the Raiders' second leading rusher Mike Goodson who is suffering from his own ankle injury, as well as Richard Seymour (knee/hamstring) and Shawntae Spencer (foot).
In addition, there were a handful of players who were limited Wednesday as well. They included tackle Khalif Barnes (groin), Matt Giordano (hamstring), kicker Sebastian Janikowski (groin) and tight end Brandon Myers (shoulder).
The good news for Raiders fans is that several others who were nursing injuries, ended up participating in a full practice Wednesday.
That group included Desmond Bryant (cardiac), Miles Burris (elbow), Coye Francies (thumb), Mike Mitchell (finger), Marcel Reece (hamstring), Willie Smith (knee), David Tollefson (shoulder) and Keenan Clayton and Matt Shaughnessy who are both suffering from shoulder injuries.
At 3-5 overall, the Raiders travel to Baltimore to take on the Ravens in a 1:00 p.m. EST kickoff Sunday.