Oakland Raiders running Darren McFadden and wide receiver Denarius Moore both missed practice with injuries on Friday, and neither is expected to play in Sunday's game against the Tennessee Titans, CSNBayArea.com reported.
McFadden has a hamstring injury, and Moore has a shoulder problem.
The probable absence of McFadden and Moore puts additional pressure on quarterback Matt McGloin, who is scheduled to make his second NFL start.
McFadden has not played since suffering the injury on Nov. 3 against the Philadelphia Eagles. He started all seven games in which he has played this season and has rushed for 352 yards.
Moore has 37 catches for 569 receiving yards this season. He has played in 10 games, including nine starts, and was injured in last Sunday's game against Houston.
His absence will leave Rod Streater as the only available Raiders wide receiver with at least 10 catches this season.