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LaMarr Woodley, Carlos Rogers not practicing, Vincent Brown returns

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Levi Damien

The Raiders were back to work today for their first week of practice preparing for their match-up with the Browns in Cleveland Sunday. But two players didn't return to practice with them according to media present at practice -- Lamarr Woodley and Carlos Rogers.

Woodley left Sunday's game against the Cardinals in the third quarter with an undisclosed injury. It appeared to be his right arm but the specific injury has not been revealed yet.

Carlos Rogers was seen doing light work but not practicing with his teammates. His situation is also not yet known.

Also not at practice was safety Usama Young who left Sunday's game with a knee injury which is reportedly an ACL and MCL tear which means he would be out for the season. That move has not been officially announced.

Returning to practice for the first time in nearly two weeks was wide receiver Vincent Brown. He left practice the Friday before he was to face the Chargers -- his former team -- with a hamstring injury. He also missed last week against the Cardinals.

Those players who missed Sunday's game but returned to practice Wednesday were Justin Tuck (knee), Marcel Reece (quad), and Khalif Barnes (quad). They had all missed the first two practices last week, returned to practiced limited last Friday, and were officially questionable heading into the game.