Raiders quarterback Derek Carr said Tuesday he will do everything he can to play against the Dolphins this Saturday and it looks like things are moving in that direction.
Carr was listed as a full participant in Wednesday’s practice. He was limited by the groin injury that knocked him out of the team’s Week 15 loss to Chargers, and word was that he would miss 10-14 days, but practice workloads suggest he is moving towards a return to action.
Marcus Mariota replaced him against the Chargers and would start if Carr is unable to play.
Safety Johnathan Abram (concussion, knee), defensive tackle Johnathan Hankins (hoarding) and wide receiver Hunter Renfrow (concussion) were also upgraded to full participation. Defensive Clelin Ferrell (shoulder) was the only Raiders player out of practice on Wednesday.