Wide receiver Louis Murphy was back on the field with his injured clavicle but looked something less than 100 percent.
During drills, Murphy ran a route down the left sideline at about three-quarter speed and raised only one arm in an unsuccessful attempt to catch the ball. He then removed his helmet and watched from near the end zone, later helping cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha with his daily stretching routine.
Murphy leads Raiders wide receivers with 15 receptions for 238 yards and a touchdown, followed by Darrius Heyward-Bey (10 receptions, 140 yards).
Murphy really opened some eyes with last week's performance and was becoming a popular pickup this week, if he's still on your waiver wire. We'll monitor Murphy's progress the rest of the week.