After missing the last four games, Oakland Raiders running back Darren McFadden looks like he'll finally be able to return to the field when his team plays Thursday night against the Denver Broncos. According to the team's injury report, McFadden fully participated in practice on Wednesday and is listed as probable to play this week.
McFadden was limited in practices last week but didn't play against the Cleveland Browns on Sunday. In the four games since losing McFadden to a high ankle sprain, the Raiders are 0-4. Fullback Marcel Reece, who replaced McFadden as a halfback, is also listed as probable after suffering a hamstring and quadriceps injury. He was limited in practice on Wednesday.
Defensive tackle Richard Seymour will miss his fifth-straight game and has already been ruled out against Denver while dealing with a hamstring and knee injury.
Defensive end Jack Crawford is questionable with a toe injury, and defensive back Phillip Adams is questionable because of a concussion. They were both limited in practice. Tackle Khalif Barnes (triceps) was the only other player limited on Wednesday.
A number of other players were listed as probable despite being full participants on Wednesday.