The Day After; Oakland

News and notes on the Oakland Raiders.

-- Coach Bill Callahan declined to disclose an injury report immediately following the game and again on Monday.
   -- FS Rod Woodson (knee) is at least a week away from beginning to run following meniscus surgery six days ago.
   -- WR Jerry Porter (hernia) said he expected to be back sooner than doctors' estimates of from 6-to-8 weeks following surgery.
   -- DE Trace Armstrong dislocated the pinkie finger on his left hand but finished the game and will not be restricted. Armstrong played as a left end in the base for much of the game, a switch from his designated pass rusher status. He had three tackles.
   -- MLB Napoleon Harris left the game briefly with a knee injury but returned and finished the game.
   -- QB Rich Gannon battled serious back spasms but did not miss any action.
   -- S Anthony Dorsett (ankle) was unable to run well enough after not practicing all week and was inactive.
   -- Starting RCB Terrance Shaw shifted to safety.
   -- Buchanon filled Shaw's RCB slot.
   -- S Derrick Gibson made most of the secondary calls.
   -- Ronald Curry started at Porter's WR spot but did not catch a pass.
   -- The team also used two-back sets with KR Ronney Jenkins going into motion, often shifting to the slot.
   -- Rookie DE Akbar Gbaja-Biamila was active for the first time but had no tackles.

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