Found December 30, 2011 on
Raiders wide receiver Jacoby Ford made it through a third straight practice without any setbacks and expects to play in Oakland's regular-season finale against San Diego.
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ALAMEDA The Raiders got a big boost for their offense heading into their must-win regular-season finale when big-play wide receiver Jacoby Ford practiced for the first time in more than a month Wednesday.
Tony Avelar Associated Press file, 2010
The Raiders hope Jacoby Ford can return to the form he showed on this 99-yard kickoff return for a touchdown against Indianapolis...
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