Denarius Moore has been upgraded to probable on Friday's official injury report as the Oakland Raiders head to Miami to take on the Dolphins on Sunday.
Moore emerged last year as a dependable option at wide receiver, with 33 receptions for 618 yards and five touchdowns in 13 games last season. But a strained hamstring has hampered him since June.
If he is able to play it would be a big gain for Carson Palmer, who is out one of his other receiving options as Jacoby Ford had surgery on his foot on Wednesday. The rest of the Oakland Raiders injury report is as follows:
CB Ron Bartell (shoulder blade)
LS Jon Condo (concussion), WR Juron Criner (right ankle), RB Taiwan Jones (ribs), LB Rolando McClain (ankle), C Alex Parsons (shoulder)
TE David Ausberry (shoulder), PK Sebastian Janikowski (left groin), S Mike Mitchell (ribs), TE Brandon Myers (shoulder), DT Richard Seymour (knee)
The Miami Dolphins are in a little better shape than the Raiders are. Defensive tackle Tony McDaniel (knee) and running back Daniel Thomas (concussion) are out. Linebacker Jonathan Freeny (thumb) and defensive end Randy Starks (groin) both went through full practices on Friday and are considered probable. Wide receiver Anthony Armstrong (hamstring) did not participate in Thursday's practice but the Dolphins have not updated his injury status.
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