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Goodson, the backup to Darren McFadden, was sent to the hospital in an ambulance after a helmet-to-helmet hit during Tuesday’s practice. Here is the team’s statement:
The Raiders received encouraging news Tuesday night from doctors treating Mike Goodson, who left the practice field with a neck injury, with movement in his extremities, during the team’s training-camp practice. Goodson’s CT scan and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) test were negative. He has returned to the team’s training-camp headquarters at the Napa Valley Marriott.
The Oakland Raiders sent out a statement Tuesday night, saying running back Mike Goodson passed tests, was released from the hospital and was sent back to the team’s training camp in Napa, Calif.