ALAMEDA -- As expected, running back Darren McFadden (foot) and receiver Jacoby Ford (foot) were ruled out of Sunday's Raiders game against Chicago by Oakland coach Hue Jackson.They are joined by defensive end Jarvis Moss (hamstring) and quarterback Jason Campell.But receivers Darrius Heyward-Bey (neck) and Denarius Moore (foot) were officially listed as questionable, even if Heyward-Bey was limited and Moore did not practice.
"He did quite a bit," Jackson said of Heyward-Bey. "I was really pleased with his practice today. He did some good things, made some plays and caught some balls. Again, we'll see where he is tomorrow just to see. After you practice like that, running around, just kind of see where your body is the next day, see how sore he is. Maybe he jarred something loose or something. We'll see where he is, but he looked good today."And Moore?"He didn't do too much but he was out there," Jackson said. "Moved around a little bit but we'll see where he is tomorrow and go from there."Moss, meanwhile, strained his hamstring in Sunday's game at Minnesota."We've had the nicks," Jackson said. "Sometimes these things are lingering. The biggest thing is if a guy has something you just don't want it to carry on through the rest of the year. We're trying to get guys as healthy as we can as fast as we can."Some guys are a little quicker than others, but we're going to do everything we can to make sure we field a team that's healthy."Oakland has nine players listed as questionable. The Raiders' injury report for Friday, then:Did not practice, out: RB Darren McFadden (foot), WRKR Jacoby Ford (foot), QB Jason Campbell (collarbone), DE Jarvis Moss (hamstring).Did not practice, questionable: RB Taiwan Jones (hamstring), WR Denarius Moore (knee).Practiced limited, questionable: WR Darrius Heyward-Bey (neck), DE Lamarr Houston (knee), FS Michael Huff (ankle), S Mike Mitchell (ankle), FB Manase Tonga (knee), CB Chris Johnson (hamstringgroin), DT Richard Seymour (knee).Practiced limited, probable: None.Practiced full, probable: C Samson Satele (concussion).