Raiders vs. Chargers injury report: Carson Palmer out, Richard Seymour status uncertain

Ed Szczepanski-US PRESSWIRE

Carson Palmer will not play in the season finale for the Oakland Raiders, and neither will Richard Seymour.

Here is the latest injury report for the Oakland Raiders as they prepare for their regular season finale against the San Diego Chargers. The biggest injury involves quarterback Carson Palmer, who has been ruled out for the season finale with ribs issues. To boot, Richard Seymour, who did not practice on Wednesday, has been placed on the injured reserve, and his 2012 season is over as well.

Those that did not practice include defensive back Phillip Adams, who was out with a groin injury. Strong safety Tyvon Branch was sidelined with neck and ankle issues. Offensive guard Mike Brisiel also did not play due to a concussion and ankle problems. Finally, Mike Goodson showed up on the report with an illness.

Limited in practice was offensive tackle Khalif Barnes with a triceps injury. Those who fully practiced include defensive end Jack Crawford (toe), wide receiver Juron Criner (hip) and tight end Brandon Myers (shoulder).

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