Terrelle Pryor leaves game with a knee injury

Bob Stanton-USA TODAY Sports

The Raiders trail by more than 30 points and Pryor is being looked at by trainers.

Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor has been taken to the locker room with a knee injury and is being evaluated. There is no further information on the extent of the injury or his likelihood to return, but Oakland currently trails by 36 points with less than six minutes remaining in the game.

The Eagles lead the Raiders, 49-13, in the fourth quarter, with Philly quarterback Nick Foles tossing an NFL record-tying seven touchdown passes. Pryor is 22-of-41 for 288 yards and no touchdowns and he leads the team with 94 rushing yards.

The Raiders released backup quarterback Matt Flynn earlier this season, meaning that undrafted rookie Matt McGloin is next in line for snaps. McGloin had zero career snaps before today. Pryor came into today's game with 1,149 passing yards, five touchdowns, seven interceptions and 391 rushing yards with another touchdown.

Pryor already missed one start earlier this year with an injury and was replaced by Flynn.

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