Derek Carr, Michael Crabtree added to Raiders injury report with finger issues

ALAMEDA, Calif. -- While Derek Carr returned to the Oakland Raiders' injury report with the right pinkie he dislocated in two places on Nov. 27 after not being on it last week, the quarterback was listed as a full participant in Wednesday's padded practice.

Carr has maintained his finger was not a reason for his play in Oakland's 21-13 loss in sub-freezing temperatures at the Kansas City Chiefs last Thursday night, a game in which he completed just 17 of 41 passes for 117 yards.

"It was just execution," Carr said Wednesday. "There was literally inches [by which we missed]. There's a whole bunch of plays that I think about that we always hit and for whatever reason, sometimes it was good feet and the route was good, and we just missed by an inch. Sometimes that happens in practice and you never want it to happen in the game.

"To be honest with you, it was just execution."

Receiver Michael Crabtree, who dislocated his left ring finger against the Buffalo Bills on Dec. 4 before re-injuring it again in Kansas City, also appeared on the injury report.

The Raiders did, though, regain the services of defensive tackle Darius Latham, who last played on Nov. 27, and left guard Kelechi Osemele, who was a late scratch from the Chiefs loss with kidney stones.

Following is the Raiders' injury report for Wednesday in advance of Sunday's game at the San Diego Chargers:

Full participation: QB Derek Carr (finger)

Limited participation: WR Amari Cooper (shoulder), WR Michael Crabtree (finger), DT Darius Latham (ankle), LG Kelechi Osemele (knee), LB Perry Riley, Jr. (hamstring), LB Malcolm Smith (hamstring)

Did not participate: LB Shilique Calhoun (knee), SS Karl Joseph (toe), DT Stacy McGee (ankle)