Raiders vs. Chiefs injury report: Richard Seymour, Tyvon Branch to be game-time decisions

Ed Szczepanski-US PRESSWIRE

The Raiders may be as healthy as they've been all season long but they still have two players who could miss Sunday's game against the Kansas City Chiefs.

Oakland Raiders head coach Dennis Allen has labeled DT Richard Seymour (hamstring) and S Tyvon Branch (ankle/neck) as game-time decisions, according to CBS Sports.

Seymour has missed the past five games with a Grade-2 hamstring tear but was able to get in two limited practices earlier this week. Yet due to his "did not participate" tag Friday, it's looking likely that the veteran defensive lineman suffered a setback and will make that streak six in a row.

According to CSN Bay Area's Paul Gutierrez, Branch was actually able to make it back to practice Friday despite the team listing him as a "DNP" on their injury report. He had sat out the previous two days as he tries to heal up from an assortment of injuries.

As for the rest of the injury report, the Raiders had five players listed as probable: T Khalif Barnes (triceps), DE Jack Crawford (toe), DB Michael Huff (wrist), RB Darren McFadden (ankle) and SS Mike Mitchell (neck).

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