Raiders vs. Panthers injury report: Richard Seymour still not practicing

Ezra Shaw

The Raiders defensive end continues to sit out while dealing with an ailing knee and hamstring.

Oakland Raiders defensive end Richard Seymour was one of two who did not practice on Wednesday. The Raiders will take on the Carolina Panthers on the road on Sunday, and look to win their second straight game.

Despite being relatively healthy, the Raiders are 1-7 in their last eight contests. They've struggled to find any rhythm on both sides of the ball, especially on defense. Safety Tyvon Branch also did not practice Wednesday as he recovers from neck and ankle injuries.

Five other Raiders were limited in practice: defensive back Phillip Adams (concussion), offensive lineman Khalif Barnes (triceps), wide receiver Juron Criner (hip), tight end Richard Gordon (biceps) and safety Mike Mitchell (neck).

Running back Darren McFadden was notably absent from the injury report for Week 16 after participating in full all last week as he recovers from an ankle injury. Defensive back Michael Huff was also absent after appearing on the last report with a wrist injury.

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