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Raiders, Vikings final injury report: Josh Jacobs good to go, but Lamarcus Joyner joins still long list of banged up Raiders

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NFL: Preseason-Oakland Raiders at Arizona Cardinals Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

The final injury reports are out. It had some good news and some bad for the Raiders. First the good news. Several players saw their practice status upgraded Friday.

Trent Brown returned to practice after missing the first two days. He is officially questionable with a knee injury.

Josh Jacobs was upgraded to full participant Friday and was removed from the injury report. He had been limited by a hip injury as well as an suffering from an illness that caused him to lose ten pounds.

JJ Nelson practiced full the past two days and he will play Sunday after aggravating an ankle injury in the season opener and missing last Sunday against the Chiefs.

Tyrell Williams was upgraded to full on Friday and he too was removed from the injury report.

Now for the bad news.

Dwayne Harris missed practice all week and is officially out for the game.

After practicing full on Thursday, Corey Liuget was limited again Friday. His status is questionable.

Denzelle Good suffered an ankle injury and is questionable for the game. If he can’t go, Jordan Devey would figure to start at right guard.

Lamarcus Joyner suffered a groin injury Friday and is officially questionable for the game. If he can’t go, the Raiders would have to do some shuffling with rookies Trayvon Mullen and Leisean Nixon seeing increased time.

Key injuries for the Vikings:

Anthony Barr, returned to practice Friday. He was limited and is officially questionable.

Makensie Alexander is out with an elbow injury.