The Oakland Raiders website is reporting that Darren McFadden is healthy enough to make his second NFL start since being drafted by the team 4th overall in the 2008 draft. His first start that year ended with him suffering a sprained shoulder. McFadden expressed expected enthusiasm via twitter:
@TheRealDMC: This is #HUGE, time to finally show everyone what I can do and justify everyone’s faith in me. I’m finally over the turf toe, concussion,
@TheRealDMC: torn meniscus, pulled hamstring, sprained ankle, fractured orbital bone, lisfranc sprain, high ankle sprain, bruised elbow,
@TheRealDMC: torn bicep, herniated disk, calf sprain, quad bruise, broken thumb, groin pull, iliotibial band syndrome, torn rotator cuff,
@TheRealDMC: dislocated shoulder, neck stinger, shin splints, achilles tear, tendonitis, torn ACL, torn MCL, torn PCL, heel spurs,
@TheRealDMC: bursitis, hip pointer, the flu, sprained wrist, and fractured clavicle.
@TheRealDMC: #RAIDERNATION #HEREICOME