AFC West injury report, Week 9: Darren McFadden, Terrelle Pryor hurt

Christian Petersen

The Raiders have a bruised ego and a full injury report after Sunday.

The Oakland Raiders lost 49-20 to the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday, letting Nick Foles tie an NFL record with seven touchdown passes. However, they sustained injuries that could have a much more long-lasting sting.

Oft-injured running back Darren McFadden went down in the second quarter after only five rushing attempts with a hamstring injury and did not return, per the San Jose Mercury News. The severity of the problem will not be known until Monday after being evaluated.

Quarterback Terrelle Pryor exited the game in the fourth quarter, although Raiders coach Dennis Allen says that was planned. Yet, after the game there was talk of Pryor's right knee, which he referred to as "stable." He also will be looked at by the medical staff on Monday.

The Kansas City Chiefs continued their unbeaten start and did so without losing anybody to injury. In defeat, the San Diego Chargers also went without an apparent injury.

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