Terrelle Pryor was cleared for non-contact practice on Thursday but is still up in the air if he will start against the Redskins on Sunday.
Safety Tyvon Branch is the only key player for the Oakland Raiders that could be a setback when the Silver and Black play against the Denver Broncos.
By JL Herrera The Oakland Raiders will have to move on without their highest paid player, safety Tyvon Branch, due to a fractured fibula from Sunday night’s win over the Jacksonville Jaguars in Oakland. Branch […]
Starting strong safety Tyvon Branch will likely miss significant time with a right ankle injury starting with next Monday night’s game against Peyton Manning and the high-powered Denver Broncos.
The left tackle issue for the Oakland Raiders is still at large. However, the issue will not or should not be a problem against the Jacksonville Jaguars for week 2.
After almost a week of waiting, head coach Dennis Allen makes it official by naming Terrelle Pryor as his starting quarterback in Sunday’s finale at San Diego. Pryor hasn’t started a game since he won the 2011 Sugar Bowl while at Ohio State. Cornerback Philip Adams is on injured reserve with a groin injury and has been replaced by Brandian Ross.
The Raiders once again will be without Richard Seymour. The veteran defensive tackle hasn’t played since November 4 with lingering knee and hamstring injuries. Safety Tyvon Branch is questionable with an ankle injury. For the Panthers, running back Jonathan Stewart might play for the first time since week 12. He’s been out with a high ankle sprain.
The Raiders still have injuries but most of their key personnel are healthy and able to play on Sunday. The Chiefs are without wide receiver Dwayne Bowe who is one of their best players. A storied rivalry, these two teams also have the worst records in the NFL. The loser will gain a better pick in the 2013 NFL draft.
The Raiders announced Sunday’s game has been sold out and will be televised locally on CBS 5. Meanwhile, Oakland Raiders safety Tyvon Branch practiced for the first time this week.
It’s the first game back in Cincinnati for Carson Palmer. On the other side, former Raiders head coach Hue Jackson is now a special teams and defensive backs assistant coach and this reunion only adds to the storyline.