Chargers vs. Raiders: Darren McFadden, King Dunlap among inactives for Sunday night

Ezra Shaw

Both teams have injured running backs. One will play, one won't.

The Oakland Raiders and San Diego Chargers will be kicking off the late version of Sunday Night Football due to the Oakland Athletics' opening-round playoff series. The extra time didn't help a handful of players dealing with injuries.

Oakland Raiders running back Darren McFadden is the biggest name among the inactives for either side. He's dealing with a hamstring injury he suffered in Week 4.

Meanwhile, the Chargers will be without tackle King Dunlap, but running back Ryan Matthews will be active despite a hamstring injury of his own.

Here is the full list of inactives for Sunday's game:

Chargers Inactives:

QB Brad Sorensen

WR Levell Hawkins

SS Brandon Taylor

LB Tourek Williams

T King Dunlap

G Chad Rinehart

DT Kwame Geathers

Raiders inactives:

RB Darren McFadden

SS Tyvon Branch

C Stefen Wisniewski

T Menelik Watson

T Tony Pashos

WR Juron Criner

DT Stacy McGee

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