The latest Week 3 injury reports for both the New England Patriots and Las Vegas Raiders are out, and important players for both teams did not participate in Thursday's sessions.
The most notable absences were Raiders running back Josh Jacobs and tight end Darren Waller -- the team's two-best offensive players. Neither player practiced on Wednesday as well.
While it's certainly possible both Jacobs and Waller play and perform at a high level against the Patriots on Sunday afternoon at Gillette Stadium, it's at least a little concerning from Las Vegas' perspective that these players couldn't participate on back-to-back days.
The Patriots added two rookies -- safety Kyle Dugger (ankle) and linebacker Josh Uche (foot) -- to the injury report Thursday. Uche has yet to make his NFL debut.
Starting center David Andrews did not practice for the second consecutive day. He had his injured right hand wrapped on Thursday. That's the hand he uses to snap the ball.
Here's the full Thursday injury reports for both teams.
NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS
DID NOT PARTICIPATE C David Andrews (hand) RB James White (not injury related)
LIMITED AVAILABILITY DL Adam Butler (shoulder) LB Brandon Copeland (knee) DB Kyle Dugger (ankle) WR Julian Edelman (knee) WR N'Keal Harry (ankle) LB Josh Uche (foot)
FULL AVAILABILITY No Players Listed
LAS VEGAS RAIDERS
DID NOT PARTICIPATE T Trent Brown (calf) G Denzelle Good (thumb / illness) RB Josh Jacobs (hip) LB Nick Kwiatkoski (pectoral) TE Darren Waller (knee)
LIMITED AVAILABILITY WR Bryan Edwards (foot) WR Henry Ruggs III (knee/hamstring) T Sam Young (groin)
FULL AVAILABILITY S Johnathan Abram (shoulder) CB Damon Arnette (wrist/thumb) LB Corey Littleton (shoulder) DE Carl Nassib (illness) WR Hunter Renfrow (ankle) G John Simpson (shoulder)