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Raiders-Chiefs injury report: Michael Mayer ruled out

Game at Kansas City is in 3 days

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UPDATE 12/23 1:50 p.m.:

The Raiders released their final injury report for the week and ruled rookie tight end Michael Mayer (toe) out. The following players are questionable; cornerback Brandon Facyson (shin), running back Josh Jacobs (quad/illness), offensive tackle Kolton Miller (shoulder), wide receiver D.J. Turner (shoulder), tight end Jesper Horsted (hamstring) and cornerback Jack Jones (knee).

Jacobs missed practice after being limited on Friday and everyone else—other than Mayer—was either limited or a full participant.


Las Vegas Raiders standout running back Josh Jacobs returned to practice on Friday after missing Week 15 and Thursday’s practice and he is on pace to play Monday at the Kansas City Chiefs. Kickoff is at 10 a.m. PT.

Jacobs has a quad injury. Las Vegas interim coach Antonio Pierce said Wednesday he expects Jacobs to play against the Chiefs.

Meanwhile, rookie tight end Michael Mayer missed his second straight day of practice with a toe injury. The team should disclose more information about the second-round pick’s game status Saturday when they release the injury report.

Raiders’ star defensive end Maxx Crosby also hasn’t practiced this week because of a lingering knee issue, but he is expected to play against the Chiefs barring a setback. Backup wide receiver and special teamer DJ Turner hasn’t practice this week because of a shoulder injury.

Dylan Parham (illness) returned to practice and DJ Turner (shoulder). Kolton Miller (shoulder) was limited was limited again, but, like Jacobs, Pierce expects him to play at Kansas City after missing four of the past five games.