Cordy Glenn (back), Michael Johnson (concussion), Dre Kirkpatrick (ankle) and Tony McRae (concussion) are all questionable as Glenn and McRae were both limited in practice all week. Johnson and Kirkpatrick did not practice on Wednesday but Kirkpatrick managed to return in limited fashion on Thursday, while Johnson got just one limited practice in today.
KeiVarae Russell (finger) was given the rare doubtful status after he missed the last two practices after being limited on Wednesday, so it’s looking like he’ll join Vontaze Burfict (concussion) on the inactive list. Burfict missed the whole week of practice and will miss his second consecutive game, and his third since returning from his four-game suspension to begin the year.
Glenn’s status is likely the most pressing due to the changes on the offensive line that were required due to his injury. If he returns, then it is likely that Trey Hopkins and Christian Westerman will return to the bench while Clint Boling shifts over from left tackle to his normal spot at left guard.
If neither Kirkpatrick or Russell can play, then it’s probable that Darius Phillips will play significant snaps and possibly so would fellow rookie Davontae Harris.
As for the Raiders, they also have four players questionable for Sunday. Maurice Hurst (ankle), Gabe Jackson (elbow/ankle) Kelechi Osemele (toe) and Kyle Wilber (hamstring) will all be game-time decisions. Hurst was limited all week while Jackson and Osemele failed to practice at all this week, so it’s not likely that those two end up playing. Wilber got in a practice today after not practicing Wednesday and Thursday.