Evening AFC West notes

After the Raiders’ practice, Oakland coach Hue Jackson gave a full list of the team’s injuries. There are a lot of names on it. We won’t know until later on the full extent of the injury report.

  • Former Chiefs’ and current Patriots’ guard Brian Waters talks about Richard Seymour, who’ll face Waters and the Patriots as a member of the Raiders on Sunday.

  • Oakland running back Darren McFadden was named the AFC player of the week. He averaged 9 yards per carry in Oakland’s win over the Jets.

  • The San Diego Union Tribune reports that Chargers’ tight end Antonio Gates said it will be difficult for him to play Sunday against Miami, but he hasn’t given up hope. Again, I wouldn’t be surprises if Gates doesn’t play until after the Chargers’ Oct. 16 bye.

  • Two Titans were fined for their actions against the Broncos. Both players had some interesting things to say about the fines.

  • There are some AFC West connections on the preliminary list of candidates for the Pro Football Hall of Fame. The class will be elected in February with a few cut downs in the coming months.