D.J. Moore out for Bears

OAKLAND, Calif. -- For the second consecutive week, Chicago Bears starting nickel back D.J. Moore was inactive due to a sprained ankle he suffered on the practice field 11 days ago. Moore sat out the entire week at Halas Hall and was listed as doubtful heading into Sunday's 25-20 loss against the Oakland Raiders.

Corey Graham once again took over for Moore in the slot, a role Graham has thrived in the past two games, intercepting a pair of passes despite being on the field for only 19 snaps.

Meanwhile, rookie quarterback Nathan Enderle was active for just the second time and served as the back-up to starter Caleb Hanie. Newly signed Josh McCown did not dress after he signed with the club on Wednesday to provide insurance with Jay Cutler expected to be out for the next several weeks.

Despite skipping practice on Thursday and Friday because of a sore shin, Devin Hester played and handled the bulk of the return duties.

Other Bears' inactives included: Defensive tackle Anthony Adams, tight end Andre Smith, guard Ricky Henry and linebacker Jabara Williams.

Adams being down means defensive tackle Matt Toeaina was back in the rotation after battling through a recent knee injury.

The Raiders inactives were: Quarterback Jason Campbell, receiver Jacoby Ford, running back Darren McFadden, defensive end Jarvis Moss, wide receiver Denarius Moore, running back Taiwan Jones and guard Bruce Campbell.

Jeff Dickerson covers the Bears for ESPNChicago.com and ESPN 1000.