The Oakland Raiders will finally get running back Darren
McFadden back from injury this week when the team takes on the Denver Broncos,
as he was able to fully participate in practice Wednesday.
McFadden has missed the Raiders past four games after
suffering a high ankle sprain. He was full-go at practice yesterday and is
expected to return this weekend against the Broncos.
Running back Marcel Reece, who has been replacing McFadden
since he sustained his ankle injury, was limited at practice due to hamstring
and quadriceps injuries. He is also expected to play against the Broncos.
The Raiders have already ruled defensive lineman Richard Seymour
out against Denver. It will be the fifth game in a row the veteran will miss
due to hamstring and knee injuries. Fellow defensive lineman Jack Crawford
(toe) and defensive back Phillip Adams (concussion) are questionable to play
against the Broncos.
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