Raiders vs. Ravens injury report: Darren McFadden misses Thursday's practice

Thearon W. Henderson

The Raiders' starting running back did not participate in practice for the second consecutive day on Thursday. He seems unlikely to play against the Ravens this weekend.

The Oakland Raiders were without numerous key players at Thursday's practice as the team continues to practice for their Week 10 matchup with the Baltimore Ravens.

The most notable absence was starting tailback Darren McFadden. He left Sunday's game against Tampa Bay with an ankle injury and is yet to practice this week. The team currently lists him as questionable against the Ravens, although it would be a big surprise if he's able to play. McFadden's projected backup, Mike Goodson, also missed Thursday's practice after not participating on Wednesday. Goodson is also listed as questionable.

Veteran defensive tackle Richard Seymour was a non-participant as well this afternoon. He is also listed as questionable for Week 10 with a hamstring and knee issue. Place-kicker Sebastian Janokowski, who was been dealing with a groin injury for most of the season, was a limited participant.

The Raiders full injury report can be found here, courtesy of the team's official website.

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