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NFL Injury Report:
Oakland Raiders running backs Darren McFadden and Mike
Goodson were each able to return to practice this week, and while both players
are considered questionable to play Sunday against the Cleveland Browns they
are each expected to suit up, according to Gregg Rosenthal of NFL.com.
The Oakland Raiders listed running backs Darren
McFadden and Mike Goodson as questionable to play against the Cleveland
Browns because of their ankle injuries. Both players are expected to
return to the field.
McFadden and Goodson have missed the past several weeks
after sustaining high ankle sprains. Both had been sporting walking boots for but
were able to return to practice all week in a limited capacity.
Beyond McFadden and Goodson, everyone else listed on the
Raiders’ injury report is either probable or out. Those that have been ruled
out for the contest against the Browns include defensive linemen Richard
Seymour (knee/hamstring) and Jack Crawford (toe).
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