Found December 28, 2011 on
Pro Sports Daily:
Jacoby Ford returned to practice Wednesday, a sign that the Oakland Raiders wide receiver should be in the lineup Sunday against the San Diego Chargers.Ford hasn't played since suffering a foot injury Nov. 10 against the Chargers. He was seen running routes and catching passes on Wednesday.The 24-year-old has appeared in just seven games in his second season, racking up 17 receptions for 260 yards and a touchdown.
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The Oakland Raiders got a big boost for their offense heading into their must-win season finale when big-play receiver Jacoby Ford practiced for the first time in more than a month.
Ford practiced on a limited basis Wednesday for the first time since spraining his left foot on Nov. 10 at San Diego and the Raiders (8-7) hope he can play Sunday against the Chargers. Oakland needs...
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
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