Darren McFadden injury: Raiders RB limps to locker room

Ed Szczepanski-USA TODAY Sports

Darren McFadden could miss the second half of Sunday's game against the Philadelphia Eagles.

Oakland Raiders running back Darren McFadden has left Sunday's game against the Philadelphia Eagles, and it is unclear whether he will return. It appears he may have re-injured his hamstring, as Tim Kawakami reports McFadden walked slowly to the locker room and favored his leg.

McFadden was on the sideline for much of the second quarter, and there was no official update on his status. He had struggled to make an impact in the first half, running for 12 yards on five attempts before leaving the game. Replacement Rashad Jennings had much more success against the Eagles defense, entering halftime with 39 yards on six carries.

Injury is nothing new to McFadden, who has missed a total of 24 games since he was drafted in 2008. He is entering the last year of his rookie contract, and it's unclear whether the Raiders will bring him back due to inconsistent performance and injury.

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