Campbell throwing at practice

Jason Campbell was participating in a walk-through practice session with the other Raiders quarterbacks Monday, throwing passes of 20 to 30 yards in range, beat writer Steve Corkran reports.

Campbell sustained a stinger and a right wrist injury in Saturday night’s 28-24 loss to San Francisco, with coach Tom Cable saying during a conference call that the wrist injury was of bigger concern with regard to the season opener Sept. 12 against Tennessee.

The Raiders have just three days to prepare for Thursday night’s game against the Seattle Seahawks, with rosters cut to 75 on Wednesday.

Among those who were on the field during the media window (practice is now closed to the media except for warmups and some drills) were center Samson Satele (ankle), Richard Seymour (triceps) and cornerback Chris Johnson (hamstring).

Those not present included wide receiver Chaz Schilens (knee), defensive tackle Desmond Bryant (elbow), cornerback Joey Thomas (concussion), running back Michael Bush (thumb), defensive end Alex Daniels (groin) and defensive end Jay Richardson (groin).

I’ll pass along some post-practice news and notes as relayed by Steve . . .


Jerry McDonald - NFL Writer