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ALAMEDA -- Raiders interim head coach Tony Sparano said there was "no real change" in the health status of weakside linebacker Sio Moore, who missed Sunday's loss to the Kansas City Chiefs with a hip injury.
He missed a Friday walk thru practice -- a light workout focused on mental preparation -- and was ruled out of the Chiefs game on Saturday morning. Therefore, Moore's health status is in the same spot it was when he wasn't ready to play. That could change following a day off, heading into Wednesday's practice.
Moore's absence left the Raiders with just four healthy linebackers, and only two had started an NFL game. Ray-Ray Armstrong showed up in the starting lineup for the first time, and had four tackles in the loss.
Sparano said he hadn't met with the Raiders training staff prior to his Monday and didn't have further injury updates. Defensive end C.J. Wilson did not finish Sunday's game with an ankle injury. His status will be updated on after Wednesday's practice.