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Raiders offensive lineman Trent Brown is back on the reserve/COVID-19 list

Rookie cornerback Damon Arnette not fully working, either

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If Wednesday’s practice is any indication (and they often are), the Las Vegas Raiders may be without two offensive linemen again Sunday when they play at the Los Angeles Chargers.

Both right tackle Trent Brown and left guard Richie Incognito were not participating in practice on Wednesday when the Raiders began the work week.

Brown was released from a Cleveland hospital on Monday after he spent the night there for tests after an IV mishap in the Raiders locker room Sunday before there 16-6 win against the Browns. It is unknown how long he will be out. Raiders coach Jon Gruden said he was hopeful Incognito could return as soon as this week from an Achilles injury that has kept home out for six weeks. Unless anything changes as the week goes, Brown and Incognito may miss another important game.

UPDATE: Gruden said Brown is doing well, but he won’t offer any details on his return timetable.

Gruden was also hopeful that rookie cornerback Damon Arnette could return from a hand/wrist injury this week. He was at practice Wednesday, but not a full participant, so his stats will be evaluated as the days progress.

UPDATE: Gruden said Arnette is going to practice Thursday, so that is a good sign he might be able to play against the Chargers.


UPDATE: Defensive tackle Daniel Ross has returned to practice. He is getting closer to getting off of the injured reserve with a foot injury,

UPDATE: Trent Brown has been placed back on the Reserve/COVID-19 list.