ALAMEDA -- Denarius Moore was practicing for the second straight day Friday and remains at least a toss-up to face the San Diego Chargers in the season opener, but Jacoby Ford remains a spectator.
When Moore was injured last Aug. 4, coach Dennis Allen seemed to be writing off the rest of training camp with the hope of having him ready for the Chargers on Monday Night Football.
Moore looked smooth running routes and catching passes in warm-ups and drills, but it remains to be seen if he has enough confidence in the hamstring to cut loose and go full speed.
Ford was the only Raider who was not at least on the field. Wide receiver Juron Criner (ankle), defensive tackle Richard Seymour (knee) and guard Cooper Carlisle (back), all of whom were limited Thursday, were back on the field.
Guard Stefen Wisniewski was again at practice, but it looks like he'll give way to Alex Parsons as the starting center for the opener. Parsons was going through drills with the first team offensive line.
The Raiders will take their practice under the lights Saturday for a session at the Coliseum to better simulate the Monday night experience.
"I've done it before and had success doing it," Allen said Wednesday.
Last season, Raiders coach Hue Jackson had portable lights brought to the club facility and practices were held at night for an entire week.
Oakland's night practice session will be going on at the same time as the Andre Ward-Chad