Posted by ESPN.com's Bill Williamson
The Raiders made their second lineup change in two days Friday when coach Tom Cable announced rookie Chaz Schilens will start in place of veteran Ronald Curry.
Curry has been the Raiders' most productive receiver but his production has slowed. Schillens, a seventh-round pick, has impressed Oakland since the minicamp season. He has good size and speed.
Thursday, the Raiders replaced Michael Huff, the No. 7 draft pick of the 2006 pick, at safety with Hiram Eugene. Cable hinted earlier in the week that there could be a shakeup at receiver. If Javon Walker continues to play poorly, perhaps Johnnie Lee Higgins will play more.
Oakland is 1-4 heading into its home game against the Jets on Sunday. Meanwhile, it looks like defensive end Derrick Burgess will sis his second straight game with a triceps injury. He is Oakland's best pass rusher and Oakland will miss him against Brett Favre on Sunday.