Raiders' Crosby held out of practice because of knee injury

Raiders defensive end Maxx Crosby (left) celebrates with teammate Adam Butler after a sack during a game earlier this month against the Giants in Las Vegas. (Associated Press)
Raiders defensive end Maxx Crosby (left) celebrates with teammate Adam Butler after a sack during a game earlier this month against the Giants in Las Vegas. (Associated Press)

HENDERSON, Nev. -- Raiders defensive end Maxx Crosby didn’t practice Wednesday because of a knee injury, putting his status in question for when Las Vegas hosts AFC West rival Kansas City on Sunday.

Crosby typically has been listed as a limited participant in practice on Wednesdays and hasn’t missed a game this season.

Not having one of the NFL’s top pass rushers would be a significant blow against Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs’ sixth-ranked passing offense. Crosby is tied for fifth with 10½ sacks, the third time in five seasons has reached double figures.

The Raiders are taking today off for Thanksgiving, so the players don’t return to practice until Friday.

Cornerback Amik Robertson (concussion) participated in practice and left tackle Kolton Miller (shoulder) was limited.