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Posted by ESPN.com's Bill Williamson
Here's a Friday injured report in the AFC West:
Star cornerback Champ Bailey practiced for the second straight day on a limited basis Friday. He will be a game-time decision Sunday in Atlanta. Bailey is listed as questionable.
Bailey has been out since Oct. 20 when he suffered a serious groin injury at New England. Because Bailey practiced the last two days, it wouldn't be shocking if he plays against Atlanta.
Running back Selvin Young has not practiced all week and is listed as doubtful on the injury report. He is not expected to play.
Four defensive starters will not play Sunday against New Orleans. Linebackers Derrick Johnson and Pat Thomas are out as cornerback Brandon Flowers and defensive end Tamba Hali. Kansas City played versus San Diego without these players for much of the game and it will have to do the same against the Saints.
The Raiders are expected to have quarterback JaMarcus Russell and running back Darren McFadden back Sunday in Miami. Russell missed last week's game with a knee problem and McFadden has missed the last three games with a turf toe njury. The team is hopeful both skill players will be healthy enough to contribute. Meanwhile, Derrick Burgess expected to miss his sixth straight game with a triceps injury.
The Chargers are fairly healthy. Only cornerback Cletis Gordon (knee) and backup receiver Buster Davis (groin) are out. Starting quarterback Antonio Cromartie, who played but didn't start because of a hip injury last week, is off the injury report. Gordon started for him last week.