Oakland Raiders wide receiver Denarius Moore practiced for the second straight day Friday and appears to be on track to play Monday against the San Diego Chargers, according to Steve Corkran of the Contra Costa Times.
Friday was only the second time Moore has practiced since straining his right hamstring on Aug. 4. Still, even with today's good news, Moore remains a game-time decision, given the volatility of the injury.
Undrafted free agent rookie Rod Streater and Darrius Heyward-Bey have been working with the first team as the starting receivers, according to Paul Gutierrez of CSN Bay Area. Jacoby Ford, who would normally be in the starting mix, remains purely a spectator as he rests his left foot injury.
In other injury news, guard Cooper Carlisle, wide receiver Juron Criner and defensive tackle Richard Seymour all participated in Friday practice after being limited on Thursday. Guard Alex Parsons looks to start over Stefen Wisniewski, who was limited to second-team reps as he comes back from a right calf injury.
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