The Raiders will face a defense missing top cornerback Marcus Peters on Sunday at Kansas City.
The Chiefs suspended Peters on Wednesday following his outburst in a loss to the Jets on Sunday. After the Chiefs were called for a penalty, Peters, an Oakland native, picked up the flag and threw it into the stands. He then left the field briefly despite not being ejected.
Kansas City head coach Andy Reid told Bay Area reporters on a conference call that in suspending Peters, “I just did what I thought was best for the Chiefs. That’s how I try to go about my business.”
Peters is close with Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch and played a role in the incident that led to Lynch being suspended for a game this season.
When the teams met in Week 7, Peters was flagged for unnecessary roughness for a late hit on Raiders quarterback Derek Carr. As members of the Raiders’ offensive line confronted Peters, Lynch sprinted from the sideline onto the field, supposedly to protect Peters. Lynch pushed an official in the altercation and was suspended for a game by the league.
Carr, the victim of two of Peters’ 17 career interceptions, said Wednesday that Peters being out “doesn’t change what we do.”
“We still have to go out and execute our game plan,” Carr said. “Maybe we throw one or two more the other way; it just depends how they roll the coverages and those kinds of things.”
Injury report: The Raiders had 10 players not participate in Wednesday’s practice.
Receiver Amari Cooper was one of six players not practicing because of injuries. A team spokesman said Cooper had cleared concussion protocol but did not practice because of his injured ankle.
Defensive lineman Denico Autry (hand), guard Jon Feliciano (concussion), linebacker Cory James (knee), fullback Jamize Olawale (ankle) and receiver Cordarrelle Patterson (hip) also did not practice.
Linebackers NaVorro Bowman and Bruce Irvin, defensive end Khalil Mack and safety Reggie Nelson were given rest days. Cornerback David Amerson (foot) was limited.
Roster moves: The Raiders signed defensive tackle Darius Latham to the practice squad and released receiver Tevaun Smith. Latham was waived from the active roster Monday to create a roster spot for receiver Michael Crabtree, who returned this week from suspension.
Matt Kawahara is a San Francisco Chronicle staff writer.