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HT.com Week 5 link roundup

Posted by Nick Scurfield on October 10, 2011 – 12:37 pm

Links to our coverage from the Texans’ 25-20 Week 5 loss to the Oakland Raiders at Reliant Stadium on Sunday:

Articles
One play short, Texans lose to Raiders 25-20
Williams, Casey sidelined by pectoral injuries
Postgame notebook: Last play, defense superlatives
Cushing’s best game not enough
Quotes: Raiders at Texans
Raiders at Texans pregame live chat

Videos
Highlights: Texans vs. Raiders
Sonic Game Recap: Texans fall to Raiders
Schaub and Kubiak after loss to Raiders
5 Things Rewind: Texans at Raiders
Foster’s 60-yard catch-and-run
Dreessen’s 56-yard TD
Jason Allen’s interception vs. Oakland
Walter scores vs. Raiders

Photos
Game photos
Pregame photos
Cheerleader photos
Fan photos


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Texans-Raiders postgame notes

Posted by Nick Scurfield on October 9, 2011 – 6:48 pm

Courtesy of the Texans’ communications staff, here are the postgame notes from the Texans’ 25-20 loss to the Oakland Raiders in Week 5:

• The Raiders won the toss and elected to receive.

• Head coach Gary Kubiak’s career record slipped to 40-45 overall, 4-2 against Oakland, 7-5 against AFC West opponents and 26-17 at Reliant Stadium.

• Kubiak challenged a call in the third quarter of an incomplete pass to TE Joel Dreessen. It was Kubiak’s first challenge of the year. The Texans lost the challenge when the call was confirmed. Kubiak’s career challenge record now stands at 10-23.

• CB Jason Allen intercepted a pass for the second consecutive game when he picked off Oakland QB Jason Campbell in the second quarter. It was the second time in his career that Allen had interceptions in back-to-back games, with the first coming last season on 12/19/10 and 12/26/10.

• The interception was Allen’s fifth as a Texan, which moved him into a tie for fourth on the franchise career interception list along with             Jacques Reeves, Fred Bennett and DeMarcus Faggins. Allen’s five interceptions have come in 12 career games with the team.

• Allen finished tied for the team lead with eight tackles, including seven solos, to tie for the team lead for the second consecutive week. He also contributed two tackles on special teams.

• Allen made his second consecutive start and his third of the season.

• WR David Anderson caught his first pass of the season, pulling in a nine-yard gain on third-and-five to pick up a first down.

• LB Brian Cushing registered his first sack of the season when he tackled Oakland QB Jason Campbell for a four-yard loss in the third quarter. Cushing now has 6.5 career sacks.

• Cushing tied for the team lead in tackles with eight total stops, including seven solos. He has either led the team or tied for the team lead in tackles in four of Houston’s five games this season.

• TE Owen Daniels extended his streak of consecutive games with a reception to 58 when he hauled in a 13-yard pass on Houston’s first offensive play.

• TE Joel Dreessen established a career high with 116 receiving yards, topping his previous high of 106 at the New York Jets on 11/21/10.

• Dreessen scored on a 56-yard pass from QB Matt Schaub in the second quarter. The catch was the longest of his career, bettering a 43-yard touchdown catch last season at the New York Jets (11/21/10).

• RB Arian Foster turned a screen pass into a career-long 60-yard reception in the third quarter. Foster’s previous long was 50 yards at Washington on 9/19/10.

• Foster recorded his first 100-yard receiving game, finishing with 116, making him the second Texans running back to surpass 100 receiving yards this season. FB James Casey had 126 yards in Week 2 at New Orleans (9/18).

• Foster finished the game with 184 total yards (68 rushing, 116 receiving). In his 11 career starts at Reliant Stadium, Foster has averaged 155.7 total yards per game.

• P Brett Hartmann set the franchise single-season record for touchbacks when he booted his 14th of the year in the second quarter. Teammate Neil Rackers had 13 touchbacks in 2010.

• FS Danieal Manning surpassed 3,000 career kickoff return yards on his third return of the day, a 36-yard attempt on the opening kick of the second half. He entered the game with 2,941 career return yards.

• FS Troy Nolan registered his first sack of the season and the second of his career when he dropped Oakland QB Jason Campbell for a one-yard loss in the second quarter. Nolan’s previous sack came in the 2010 season finale vs. Jacksonville (1/2/11).

• K Neil Rackers connected on a 54-yard field goal in the third quarter. The kick gave him 170 points as a Texan, moving him past RB Domanick Williams into third place on the Texans’ all-time scoring list.

• Rackers also moved past Garo Yepremian into 41st place on the NFL’s all-time kick scoring list with 1,078 career points. Rackers entered the game with 1,070 career points.

• Rackers booted his second field goal of the game, a 40-yarder late in the fourth quarter, to move him past Jim Breech into 34th place on the League’s all-time made field goals list with 244 with his 54-yard kick.

• Rackers saw his streak of 63 consecutive made field goals from 45 yards or less come to an end when he missed a 41-yard attempt in the third quarter. His last miss from inside of 45 yards came on 9/28/08 as a member of the Arizona Cardinals when he had a 37-yard attempt blocked by the New York Jets.

• QB Matt Schaub threw a touchdown in his 13th consecutive game, setting a new franchise record, when he hit WR Kevin Walter for a five-yard score on Houston’s opening drive. Schaub previously threw touchdowns in 12 consecutive games from 11/8/09 – 10/3/10.

• Schaub finished the game with 416 passing yards on 24-of-51 passing with two touchdowns and two interceptions, giving him a passer rating of 72.0. It was his second career 400-yard game and his 23rd 300-yard game.

• WR Kevin Walter caught his second touchdown pass of the season when he hauled in a five-yard pass from QB Matt Schaub on Houston’s opening drive.

• Walter surpassed 3,500 career receiving yards on his final catch of the game, a 26-yard gain on Houston’s final drive. Walter entered the day with 3,436 career yards.

• OLB Mario Williams registered his fifth sack of the season when he dropped Oakland QB Jason Campbell for a one-yard loss in the first quarter. Williams pushed his career total to 53.0.

• RT Eric Winston started his 76th consecutive game, moving him to within one game of teammate Mario Williams for the second-longest such streak in team history. Chester Pitts holds the team record with 114 consecutive starts from 2002-09.


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Texans-Raiders running game blog

Posted by Nick Scurfield on October 9, 2011 – 1:09 pm

I’ll be blogging updates throughout the Texans’ Week 5 game against the Oakland Raiders at Reliant Stadium. Posts will appear in chronological order; scroll to the bottom for the most recent entries.

First quarter
15:00: After winning the coin toss, the Raiders gain 28 yards on the opening kickoff return to their own 21-yard line.

13:35: The Texans force a three-and-out with a batted-down pass by linebacker Brian Cushing on third-and-five. Cushing threw down running back Darren McFadden for a loss of no gain on the previous play.

13:17: Quarterback Matt Schaub completes a 13-yard pass to tight end Owen Daniels on the Texans’ first play from scrimmage. Daniels goes on to catch a nine-yard pass on the next play.

12:11: Running back Arian Foster, who had 133 rushing yards against the Raiders last season, goes for 20 yards on an outside run on third-and-one from the Oakland 43.

10:16: On third-and-two from the Oakland 15, Schaub completes a pass off his back foot – in the face of an oncoming defensive lineman  – to wide receiver Jacoby Jones for a nine-yard gain.

8:15: The Texans take a 7-0 lead with a five-yard touchdown pass from Schaub to Kevin Walter on third-and-goal. This is the third consecutive game the Texans have scored a touchdown on their opening drive. Schaub now has a touchdown pass in 13 consecutive games, a new team record.

7:20: The Texans’ defense forces another three-and-out on the Raiders’ second drive. The Raiders have gained a total of seven yards on their first two possessions.

4:58: Schaub is picked off by defensive end Lamarr Houston on first-and-10 from the 50. His pass was tipped behind the line of scrimmage. Houston returns the bal 15 yards to the Houston 35-yard line.

4:46: Texans outside linebacker Mario Williams sacks Campbell for a one-yard loss on the play after Schaub’s interception.

4:11: Cushing lays another big hit on McFadden, pushing him out of bounds on the right sideline for no gain.

3:31: After the Texans stop the Raiders on third down, Sebastian Janikowski drills a 54-yard field goal to cut the Texans’ lead to 7-3. The kick would’ve been good from 64 – Janikowski hit it right down the middle like it was a chip shot.

2:00: Texans punter Brett Hartmann’s first punt of the game is tipped behind the line of scrimmage. It goes 11 yards before being downed by the Raiders at the Texans’ 39-yard line.

0:11: The Texans stop the Raiders for four yards on third-and-12 on last play of the first quarter. Oakland is 0-of-4 on 3rd down today. Unfortunately, they’re also in line for another long field goal attempt by Janikowski.

Second quarter
15:00: Janikowski makes another long field goal with ease, this one from 55 yards, to make the score 7-6. It’s the longest field goal ever made against the Texans.

14:48: Schaub to Owen Daniels for 28 yards on the Texans’ first play following the touchdown. That gives Daniels three catches for 50 yards.

12:55: Foster gets stuffed for no gain on third-and-two from the Oakland 45. The Raiders are playing well up front; Foster has only 33 yards on nine carries (3.7 average) so far today.

12:19: Cornerback Jason Allen picks off Campbell at the Houston 45-yard line on a deep pass down the left side intended for Jacoby Ford. Allen had it all the way and made a leaping grab for his second interception in the last two weeks.

12:09: Schaub fakes a handoff to Foster, rolls right and finds tight end Joel Dreessen wide open on the left for a career-long 56 yard touchdown to make the score 14-6. Quite a play-call from Texans coach Gary Kubiak and offensive coordinator Rick Dennison.

11:51: Cushing destroys Raiders wide receiver Jacoby Ford on a run off the left end, throwing him out of bounds for a one-yard loss. He’s playing like a man on fire today.

11:15: Safety Troy Nolan sacks Campbell for a one-yard loss on third-and-11 to force a punt. That gives the Raiders three three-and-outs on six drives, with a long drive of 17 yards. They have 21 yards overall.

9:57: Daniels makes a great catch for a first down, 17 yards on second-and-six from the Houston 42. He leaped and caught the ball at the peak of his jump to prevent an interception and move the sticks.

7:35: Back-to-back holding penalties on the Raiders push them all the way back to the Texans’ four-yard line, setting them up in first-and-20.

5:54: Pressure from Antonio Smith and rookie defensive end J.J. Watt on third-and-seven forces another Raiders punt. Smith hit Campbell as he threw, and safety Glover Quin was right on tight end Brandon Myers to break up the pass.

3:03: An announcement is made in the press box that Mario Williams is out with a pectoral injury. Rookie outside linebacker Brooks Reed, a second-round pick from Arizona, has been playing in Williams’ absence.

1:53: The Raiders gain 18 yards on a pass from Campbell to wide receiver Darrius Heyward-Bey to the Oakland 45-yard line.  It’s their first first down of the game.

1:35: McFadden races 41 yards to the one-yard line, but the run is called back on a holding penalty on guard Cooper Carlisle.

1:18: Campbell completes a short pass to Heyward-Bey on second-and-two, and a missed tackle by Allen leads to a 34-yard touchdown. The Raiders go for two after the score and fail on the attempt with an incomplete pass by Campbell, making the score 14-12, Texans.

0:32: Schaub is sacked on third-and-10 from the Houston 33. The Raiders use their final timeout with 25 seconds left in the half.

0:00: The first half ends with a meaningless 22-yard pass from Campbell to Ford, who’s body-slammed by Cushing at the Houston 48-yard line.

Third quarter
12:09: Foster picks up 60 yards down the left sideline on a swing pass from Schaub, all the way down to the Oakland 23. It could be just what the Texans’ sputtering offense needed to get on track.

10:51: After failing to get any yards following Foster’s big play, the Texans trot Neil Rackers out for a 41-yard field goal attempt. He misses wide left, his first miss of the season, to keep the score at 14-12.

10:13: Sack by Cushing, who came up the middle and blew past McFadden on second-and-10 from the Oakland 31.

5:12: Janikowski makes a 50-yard field goal to put the Raiders up 15-14. It’s his third 50-yard field goal of the game. All of them have gone in with plenty of room to spare.

5:04: Wow, what a catch by Walter on the first play of the Texans’ drive. Diving forward, he catches the ball fully extended near midfield for a gain of 41 yards.

1:59: Rackers nails a 54-yard field goal to put the Texans back on top, 17-15. That caps a seven-play, 54-yard scoring drive.

Fourth quarter
14:50: Touchdown, Raiders, on an 18-yard pass from Campbell to Chaz Schilens on third-and-eight. That puts them up 22-17. McFadden helped set up the score with consecutive runs of eight, 14 and 20 yards on the drive.

13:42: Schaub takes a big hit from Raiders linebacker Rolando McClain as he throws an incomplete pass on third-and-10 from the Houston 20-yard line. The Texans gained zero yards on the drive, their second three-and-out of the second half.

11:38: The Raiders catch the Texans off-guard with a fake punt. On fourth-and-three from the Oakland 37, they get the ball to running back Rock Cartwright on a direct snap, and he sprints 35 yards down the right sideline to the Houston 28.

10:00: Janikowski makes a 42-yard field goal to put the Raiders up 25-17.

9:48: Schaub’s throw for Jacoby Jones on third-and-10 from the Houston 20 is incomplete. It hasn’t been the Texans QB’s finest day – he’s 15 for 33 after that incompletion.

8:30: Big stand by the Texans’ defense to force a three-and-out and a punt. The Raiders started that drive at the Houston 40-yard line.

7:37: Foster gets a much-needed 23 yards on a third-down catch, giving the Texans a first down near midfield.

5:54: A play-action pass to Foster nets 13 yards on third-and-one from the Oakland 44-yard line. That gives Foster 105 receiving yards on the day.

3:49: Schaub’s pass for Jones on fourth-and-nine is incomplete, but Raiders cornerback DeMarcus Van Dyke is flagged for pass interference. It’s a 17-yard penalty that moves the Texans to the Oakland 13-yard line.

3:43: Fullback Lawrence Vickers drops a wide-open pass in the right flat on first-and-10 from the 13. Had he caught it, he would’ve had a clear path to the end zone.

3:33: Schaub is sacked for an eight-yard loss by Richard Seymour on third-and-10 from the 13.

3:00: The Texans settle for a 40-yard field goal by Rackers, which brings the score to 25-20. They have one timeout remaining as they prepare to kickoff back to the Raiders.

2:46: Texans safety Glover Quin drops McFadden in the backfield on third-and-nine to force a punt. The Texans needed a stop, and the defense delivered.

1:29: A bizarre sequence. Schaub is sacked by Tommy Kelly, and a facemask penalty is called on guard Mike Brisiel. The Raiders decline the penalty, but the officials review the play to determine whether there were 12 Raiders players on the field. They find that there were, but the penalty is not enforced because of the facemask penalty. The facemask penalty is enforced, making it first-and-25 for the Texans at their own 33-yard line.

1:22: Schaub completes a 26-yard pass over the middle to Walter for a first down.

1:00: Seymour is flagged for roughing the passer after diving into Schaub’s knees.

0:54: A botched snap results in a loss of 13 on first-and-10 from the Oakland 26.

0:29: On third-and-23 from the Oakland 39, Schaub completes a 34-yard pass to Dreessen down to the five-yard line.

0:07: Schaub spikes the ball to set up second-and-goal from the five. The Texans are out of timeouts.

0:00: Schaub is picked off by safety Michael Huff in the end zone to end the game. He scrambled left, looked like he might run it in for the score, then pulled back to throw and attempted to get the ball to Jones while on the move.


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Texans-Raiders inactives, lineup changes

Posted by Nick Scurfield on October 9, 2011 – 9:36 am

Hot off the presses, here are inactives and lineup changes for the Texans’ Week 5 game against the Oakland Raiders at Reliant Stadium. Kickoff is at noon CT.

Texans inactives
13 QB T.J. Yates
22 CB Sherrick McManis
32 RB Derrick Ward
52 LB Tim Dobbins
61 G Thomas Austin
66 T Andrew Gardner
80 WR Andre Johnson

Texans starting lineup changes
Jacoby Jones will start at wide receiver for Andre Johnson.

Raiders inactives
18 WR Louis Murphy
35 CB Chimdi Chekwa
37 CB Chris Johnson
45 FB Marcel Reece
75 T Stephon Heyer
77 DE Matt Shaugnessy
82 TE Richard Gordon

Raiders starting lineup changes
Jarvis Moss will start at defensive  end for Matt Shaugnessy. DeMarcus Van Dyke will start at cornerback for Chris Johnson.


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Texans-Raiders Friday injury report

Posted by Nick Scurfield on October 7, 2011 – 2:44 pm

Here’s the Friday (final) injury report for the Texans and Oakland Raiders:

Texans

Out
WR Andre Johnson (hamstring/DNP)

Doubtful
LB Tim Dobbins (hamstring/DNP)

Questionable
CB Kareem Jackson (knee/limited), WR Bryant Johnson (hamstring/DNP), CB Sherrick McManis (hamstring/DNP), LB DeMeco Ryans (elbow/hamstring/limited), RB Ben Tate (groin/limited), RB Derrick Ward (ankle/shoulder/limited)

Probable
CB Jason Allen (knee/full), G Thomas Austin (knee/full), RB Arian Foster (hip/full), WR Jacoby Jones (knee/full), CB Johnathan Joseph (hamstring/full), CB Brice McCain (groin/full), C Chris Myers (elbow/ankle/full), DE Antonio Smith (ankle/full), LB Mario Williams (elbow/full)

Raiders

Out
TE Richard Gordon (hand/DNP), CB Chris Johnson (hamstring/DNP), DE Matt Shaughnessy (shoulder/DNP)

Doubtful
None

Questionable
LB Ricky Brown (concussion/DNP), CB Chimdi Chekwa (hamstring/DNP), S Michael Huff (ankle/limited), WR Louis Murphy (groin/limited), RB Marcel Reece (ankle/DNP)

Probable
S Jerome Boyd (knee/full), S Tyvon Branch (knee/full), RB Michael Bush (ankle/full), QB Jason Campbell (foot/limited), RB Taiwan Jones (calf/full), S Michael Mitchell (knee/full), DE Jarvis Moss (chest/limited)


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Texans-Raiders Thursday injury report

Posted by Nick Scurfield on October 6, 2011 – 3:51 pm

Here’s the Thursday injury report for the Texans and Oakland Raiders:

Texans

Out
None

Did Not Participate in Practice
LB Tim Dobbins (hamstring), WR Andre Johnson (hamstring), RB Ben Tate (groin), RB Derrick Ward (ankle/shoulder)

Limited Participation in Practice
CB Kareem Jackson (knee), WR Bryant Johnson (hamstring), WR Jacoby Jones (knee), CB Brice McCain (groin), CB Sherrick McManis (hamstring), LB DeMeco Ryans (elbow/hamstring), LB Mario Williams (elbow)

Full Participation in Practice
CB Jason Allen (knee), G Thomas Austin (knee), RB Arian Foster (hip), CB Johnathan Joseph (hamstring), C Chris Myers (elbow/ankle), DE Antonio Smith (ankle)

Raiders

Out
None

Did Not Participate in Practice
LB Ricky Brown (concussion), CB Chimdi Chekwa (hamstring), TE Richard Gordon (hand), CB Chris Johnson (groin), RB Marcel Reece (ankle), DE Matt Shaughnessy (shoulder)

Limited Participation in Practice
S Tyvon Branch (knee), QB Jason Campbell (foot), S Michael Huff (ankle), DE Jarvis Moss (chest), WR Louis Murphy (groin)

Full Participation in Practice
S Jerome Byrd (knee), RB Michael Bush (ankle), RB Taiwan Jones (calf), S Michael Mitchell (knee)


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Recapping Jackson, Campbell conference calls

Posted by Nick Scurfield on October 5, 2011 – 7:21 pm

Oakland Raiders head coach Hue Jackson and quarterback Jason Campbell spoke to the Houston media via conference call on Wednesday. Here are some notes and key quotes from their respective calls:

Hue Jackson conference call

  • Jackson said he doesn’t expect the Texans’ offensive game plan to change much in the absence of Andre Johnson. “I think obviously he’s a huge part of their offense, but we expect a lot of Arian Foster, anyway,” Jackson said. “He’s a tremendous player also, but they’re not void of wide receivers there. Kevin Walter, who I coached in Cincinnati, he’s a really good player. (Jacoby) Jones is a really good player. The tight end, Owen Daniels, is playing great and is a really good player… Obviously, Andre was the focal point of how they throw the ball, but they’re still going to do what they do. They have a very good offensive football team.”
  • Jackson was hired as the Atlanta Falcons’ offensive coordinator in 2007 shortly before Matt Schaub was traded from Atlanta to Houston. He had high praise for the Texans’ quarterback. “He’s smart, he’s bright, he’s got a big arm,” he said. “He loves to compete. He loves to play. I think he’s one of the elite quarterbacks in this league. I don’t think he gets enough mention about how good he is, but he is a tremendous football player.”
  • The Texans’ defense ranks tied for 18th in rushing (108.8 yards/game), but Jackson said he doesn’t think the Texans are weak against the run. “When I look at the tape, I see these guys tackling people, taking them to the ground and getting off blocks and flying around,” he said. “I think it’s as good a defense we’ve played all year. I think obviously there’s some tremendous players over there. There’s nothing but first or second round draft picks over there (nine of 11 starters, to be exact), so we’ve got our work cut out for us.”

Jason Campbell conference call

  • Not surprisingly, Campbell had glowing remarks about Raiders running back Darren McFadden, who leads the league with 468 rushing yards with an average of 6.2 per carry. “It’s incredible the way the guy runs,” Campbell said. “He has a strong stiff arm. The guy’s fast. He’s big. He’s an all-around back. He has what it takes to be one of the best in the league. Every day, our goal is just to let him go out and play and do his thing… I think the coaches do a good job of using his ability, getting his space and letting him run.”
  • Campbell called Raiders rookie wide receiver/punt returner Denarius Moore “a steal in the draft.” A fifth-round pick out of Tennessee, Moore already has 12 catches for 199 yards and two touchdowns and two carries for 48 yards and a score. “He’s one of those special guys,” Campbell said. “He has a tremendous amount of ability. There’s not a lot you have to teach with him. Some stuff just comes natural to him. He’s just one of those guys that kind of got hid in the draft and the Raiders were able to scoop him up. He’s definitely been a tremendous addition to our team this year.”
  • Campbell, who played for the Redskins from 2005-09, was asked for his thoughts on the much-improved Texans defense. “I already knew when Wade Phillips got the job as defensive coordinator, their defense was going to improve,” he said. “I have a tremendous amount of respect for him, playing against him when I was in Washington each year. One thing he does a great job of you see on defense, those guys run to the ball. They play faster. Mario Williams is the anchor guy. He’s a big, strong guy. He’s physical and can make plays. He’s tall. They’ve got a lot of guys that they’ve picked up in the offseason, so he’s doing a good job with that team on defense.”
  • Campbell said there’s “definitely” a different mindset in Oakland this year. The Raiders haven’t had a winning record in nine seasons but were .500 in 2010 and 6-0 in their division. “It started last season as far as kind of having a different mindset to improving this organization and turning things around,” he said. “We finished the season 8-8 last year and then coming into this year, it’s all about having that mindset (of) always expecting to win when you touch the field, not the Raiders of years ago or anything like that.”
  • Campbell on Texans defensive end Antonio Smith, who has four sacks through four games this season: “He’s quick off the ball. He does a great job of keying the ball and getting off, and I think that’s what makes him special. Anytime a D-end can key the ball and get off with his type of speed, it’s tough for a lineman.”

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Texans-Raiders Wednesday injury report

Posted by Nick Scurfield on October 5, 2011 – 3:48 pm

Here’s the Wednesday injury report for the Texans and Oakland Raiders:

Texans

Out
None

Did Not Participate in Practice
LB Tim Dobbins (hamstring), WR Andre Johnson (hamstring), RB Ben Tate (groin), RB Derrick Ward (ankle/shoulder)

Limited Participation in Practice
CB Kareem Jackson (knee), WR Jacoby Jones (knee), CB Brice McCain (groin), CB Sherrick McManis (hamstring), LB DeMeco Ryans (elbow/hamstring)

Full Participation in Practice
G Thomas Austin (knee), CB Johnathan Joseph (hamstring), C Chris Myers (elbow/ankle), DE Antonio Smith (ankle)

Raiders

Out
None

Did Not Participate in Practice
LB Ricky Brown (concussion), TE Richard Gordon (hand), CB Chris Johnson (groin), RB Marcel Reece (ankle), DE Matt Shaughnessy (shoulder)

Limited Participation in Practice
QB Jason Campbell (foot), CB Chimdi Chekwa (hamstring), S Michael Huff (ankle), DE Jarvis Moss (chest), WR Louis Murphy (groin)

Full Participation in Practice
S Jerome Byrd (knee), RB Michael Bush (ankle), RB Taiwan Jones (calf), S Michael Mitchell (knee)


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