O’Shea Jackson, or the artist better known as Ice Cube, was a spectator at Raiders practice Tuesday.
CEO Amy Trask said he is working on a few projects with the club.
Cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha is not practicing, and emerged from the facility to the field not in uniform. Also not practicing were cornerback/return specialist Justin Miller (turf toe), running back Justin Fargas (hamstring), safety Rashad Baker (stinger) and safety Michael Huff (quad).
Center John Wade, who practiced for the first time since the Dallas game Monday and still in contention to start, according to Tom Cable was not with the offensive line as they went through drills.
Safety Mike Mitchell, who said he could be returning to practice with another good rehab session, was going through cone drills with a member of the athletic training staff. Kirk Morrison (elbow) was also working to the side.
Returning to practice was linebacker Slade Norris (calf).
Ice Cube has been working on a documentary on the Los Angeles Raiders for ESPN detailing their influence in hip hop culture.