ALAMEDA Ė Daunte Culpepper or Josh McCown.
Thatís the answer to who will start at quarterback for the Raiders this Sunday against the Denver Broncos.
Culpepper (right quadriceps) didnít practice today and coach Lane Kiffin said he didnít know who would start but said it was safe to assume it would be McCown if Culpepper canít play.
McCown took the majority of the first-team offensive snaps at practice, Kiffin said.
Kiffin is also undecided on his second and third quarterbacks would be if Culpepper doesnít play.
JaMarcus Russell stayed after practice for extra work with some scout team receivers and rookie fullback Oren OíNeal, but still might be No. 3 behind Andrew Walter.
Culpepper thinks he hurt his leg last Sunday in Kansas City, but said it didnít become a problem until Wednesday night. He was limited in Thursdayís practice.
McCown is dislocated his left pinky in practice on Wednesday. He'll wear a glove with the pinky and ring fingers cut off on it should he start.
Because it's his non-throwing hand, McCown doesn't expect it to be a problem.
So that makes it both feet, left hand and a quadriceps that have been hurt on McCown this season.