Pryor, Olawale upgraded for Raiders

ALAMEDA, Calif. – Oakland Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor eventually put on his helmet and took some reps during practice Thursday, but he was listed as a limited participant three days after suffering a concussion and 24 hours after not practicing.

Pryor's availability for Sunday’s home game against Washington remains in question, though.

“There’s still some hurdles that he has to clear, but he was cleared to go ahead and [participate] in a non-contact practice,” Raiders coach Dennis Allen said.

Earlier, during the media window, Pryor was on the field without a helmet.

Fullback Jamize Olawale (ankle) also was upgraded, from limited practice to full, though starting left defensive end Jason Hunter (quad) missed his second straight practice.

The rest of the Raiders' injury report: linebacker Sio Moore (concussion), left guard Lucas Nix (ankle) and cornerback Tracy Porter (concussion) were limited, while left tackle Menelik Watson (knee) and strong safety Tyvon Branch (ankle) did not participate.