ALAMEDA -- Denarius Moore missed his second day of practice Thursday, raising the possibility the Raiders could be without their most productive wide receiver against the Tennessee Titans.
If Moore, who has a shoulder injury, can't play Sunday at O.co Coliseum, then Andre Holmes, Brice Butler and Jacoby Ford will have to step in and take up the slack, coach Dennis Allen said.
"Denarius has been our leading receiver so it'll have an effect, but it's like everything else we've had to deal with as far as injuries are concerned -- next man up," Allen said.
Moore has 37 receptions for 569 yards and a team-leading five touchdowns.
The previous five home games this season were sellouts. The Raiders put a tarp on the east structure unofficially known as "Mount Davis" as well as third-deck sections on either side of the structure in order to reduce capacity to 52,300 from 63,000 and hopefully avoid blackouts.
The last seven Raiders' home games have been televised dating to a blackout last Dec. 2, a 20-17 loss to the Cleveland Browns before 43,641 fans.
Allen said Pryor "moved around well," but there was no determination if he'd be able to serve as the backup quarterback Sunday.