Jason Campbell Injury: Raiders Quarterback Reportedly Has Broken Collarbone

Jason Campbell has already left the Raiders' Week 6 game against the Cleveland Browns with a shoulder injury. But now that his injury has reportedly been diagnosed as a broken collarbone, Oakland may have to get used to life without their starting quarterback.

Campbell has been replaced by Kyle Boller today, and Boller has been adequate in relief, completing a bit more than 50% of his passes and throwing no interceptions. But the Raiders have little depth behind Boller, and would need to turn to underseasoned rookie Terrelle Pryor if anything happened to him.

Or, just maybe, the Raiders could use Shane Lechler as a quarterback. The punter has Oakland's only passing touchdown on the day, a 35-yard throw to Kevin Boss on a fake field goal.

For more on the Raiders, head to SB Nation's Silver and Black Pride. For Week 6 NFL scores and news, Week 6 NFL video highlights, and Week 6 fantasy football stats and updates visit our comprehensive StoryStreams.

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