Wildfires that have scorched the Bay Area, leaving more than 20 people dead and destroying countless properties, continue to wreak havoc on the region.
"We continue to monitor air quality conditions in the Bay Area and are in close communication with both the Raiders and Chargers, as well as local authorities," league spokesperson Michael Signora told NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport on Thursday. "At this point, the game remains scheduled for Sunday in Oakland."
The Raiders adjusted their practice schedule again on Thursday, moving up the session and abbreviating their time on the field. While at practice Michael Crabtree, among others, wore face masks, per Michael Gehlken of the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
"My heart goes out to those families. That's real life. That's hard," Carr said, via NFL Network's Steve Wyche. "Being 2-3, that's not hard."