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Raiders lose McFadden, Reece to injuries

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The Canadian Press
9/29/2013 6:26:57 PM
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OAKLAND, Calif. -- The Oakland Raiders lost both of their starting running backs to injuries in the first half against the Washington Redskins.

Darren McFadden left with a hamstring injury and fullback Marcel Reece is out with a knee injury. Both are in street clothes in the second half and will not return.

Oakland was already playing without its starting quarterback as Terrelle Pryor sat out a week after getting a concussion in Denver. Matt Flynn started in his place.

Rashad Jennings took over the halfback duties from McFadden.

Washington nose tackle Chris Neild also left in the first half with a right calf injury and will not return.

Darren McFadden (Photo: Canadian Press)

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