Key Raiders on both sides of the ball expected to play against Chiefs
The Oakland Raiders arrive in Kansas City to play the Chiefs on Sunday with a rather lengthy injury report. But two of the names on that report are listed as probable and expect to help the Raiders at Arrowhead Stadium.
Running back Darren McFadden is on the list with a shoulder injury as probable and expects to play. McFadden leads the Raiders in rushing, although he hasn't been as productive as expected through six games for Oakland. McFadden has rushed for more than 100 yards just once (133 yards against Pittsburgh) and only has two touchdowns on the season. Still, the dynamic running back remains a threat to make a big play either rushing the ball or catching a pass out of the backfield.
On the defensive side the of the ball, the Raiders expect to have veteran defensive lineman Richard Seymour available. Seymour is also listed as probable on the injury report with a knee injury. Seymour recorded his second sack of the season in Oakland's win over Jacksonville last week.
The Kansas City Chiefs are coming off of a bye week in good health and in need of a win after starting the season 1-5.