ALAMEDA -- Charles Woodson is frustrated by the Raiders' 4-9 record but wants to be part of turning things around.

Woodson is rarely available during the week for local media but did tell the Raiders flagship station, 95.7 The Game, on Thursday that he wants to play in 2014.

"I think this is the only place I would play," Woodson said. "If that weren't to happen, I would have to decide whether to go somewhere else and do it again for another year. If I'm wanted here, I'm coming back."

Woodson, 37, who signed a one-year contract, has remained healthy after having broken the same collarbone two times in three seasons. He is considered a team leader and according to defensive coordinator Jason Tarver talked to the defense about better communication in the wake of a 37-27 loss to the New York Jets.

In the postgame locker room, Woodson said the loss was one of the most embarrassing he's ever been a part of.

Woodson told The Game the comments were a buildup from the frustration of seeing so many opportunities for wins slip away, noting that only the Denver and Philadelphia games were one-sided losses and that "you take any other game this season, we could have won all of those games."

The fan reaction, Woodson said, remains gratifying, and he believes in coach Dennis Allen and general manager Reggie McKenzie.

"It's been disappointing as far as the record, but I think this team and this organization are going in the right direction, and I'm very happy and proud to be part of that transition, hopefully going forward as well," Woodson said.

  • The Raiders announced Sunday's game against the Chiefs was a sellout and will be televised locally. With stadium capacity reduced to 52,300 by the closing of the east side structure as well as bordering sections in the third deck, all seven games have been on television this season.

  • Defensive end Lamarr Houston, in the final year of his contract, said ideally he'd like to return to the Raiders but noted, "Whatever decision Reggie or the coach makes, that's out of my hands. We'll see. Hopefully I'll be back, but it's a cutthroat business and a lot of things can happen, so you never know."

  • Running back Darren McFadden (ankle), defensive tackle Vance Walker (concussion) and running back Jeremy Stewart (ankle, knee) did not practice and probably will be ruled out for the Chiefs game. Safety Tyvon Branch (ankle) was limited, and it's a tossup as to whether he'll be able to play.

  • Wide receiver Denarius Moore (shoulder) practiced for the second straight day and could join Rod Streater and Andre Holmes in three-receiver sets.

  • U.S. Marines will be accepting new unwrapped toys as well as monetary donations as part of the Toys for Tots program at the Raiders-Chiefs game. Marines will be stationed in Raiderville, as well as the West Side Plaza near the BART entrance and Gates A, B, C and D before kickoff.

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