- Paul Gutierrez, ESPN Staff Writer
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ALAMEDA, Calif. -- Two days after the Oakland Raiders had their first perfect attendance by the 53-man roster at a practice, rookie offensive tackle Menelik Watson missed Thursday with a recurrence of his calf issue that first flared up in training camp.
Watson, the Raiders' second-round draft pick who also underwent a knee procedure just before the season began and did not make his NFL debut until Week 9, has appeared in five games this season, starting three. He was active for the Raiders' game at the San Diego Chargers last weekend but did not play in Oakland's 26-13 loss.
“It's the same thing that's been troubling him,” coach Dennis Allen said of Watson's calf.
Following, then, the Raiders' injury report for Thursday:
Did not participate: OT Menelik Watson (calf)
Limited practice: CB Mike Jenkins (hamstring)