Oakland Raiders running back Darren McFadden has left Sunday's game against the Washington Redskins with a hamstring injury. He will not return to the game, according to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports.
McFadden was Oakland's second-leading rusher entering Sunday's game with 186 total yards. The Raiders' leading rusher is quarterback Terrelle Pryor, who missed the game while recovering from a concussion he sustained on Monday Night Football.
The Raiders currently trail the Washington Redskins, 17-14, in the second half. McFadden was Oakland's leading rusher entering the half with 29 yards on five carries. The team will turn to Rashad Jennings in his absence, but Jennings has struggled against the Redskins so far -- he has 11 carries for 28 yards, just 2.5 yards per carry.
Injury issues continue to plague McFadden's pro career. He has missed 23 games due to injury since being drafted in 2008. It remains to be seen if this hamstring injury will force him to miss any significant time.