The Raiders’ starting quarterback was again limited with a quadriceps injury on Tuesday.
Rookie Derek Carr has been a limited participant in Oakland’s first two workouts of the week in advance of Thursday night’s game vs. Kansas City, according to the injury report.
“We kept him limited, and we’ll see where he is tomorrow,” Raiders head coach Tony Sparano said Tuesday, according to Scott Bair of CSNBayArea.com. “I honestly wish I could give you more, but you have to wait and see where exactly he is and how he responds.”
Matt Schaub is the top backup to Carr, who has started all 10 games this season.
Starting left guard Gabe Jackson (knee) and middle linebacker Miles Burris (hip) were also limited Tuesday for the 0-10 Raiders, who are seeking their first win in more than a calendar year.
Four Raiders did not practice on Tuesday: tight end David Ausberry (foot), cornerback T.J. Carrie (ankle), safety Jonathan Dowling (back) and cornerback Carlos Rogers (knee). Ausberry, Rogers and Dowling were among Oakland’s inactives in Sunday’s loss to San Diego. Carrie, the team’s nickelback, played 58-of-72 snaps on defense against the Chargers.