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A fan plummeted from the upper deck at the Oakland Raiders' home game Thursday, and he was hospitalized in serious condition, according to multiple media reports. The Oakland Tribune reported that the fan apparently jumped, but other reports indicated that the fan fell. Team and police officials did not release the name of the fan or other details. It was also unclear whether the incident at O.co Coliseum in Oakland happened before or during the game, which the Raiders lost 26-13 to the Denver Broncos. The Raiders issued a statement that included no specific information about the incident but said, "(The team's) thoughts and prayers are with this gentleman and his family and friends."
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Raiders head coach Dennis Allen mentioned he wants to give some of their younger talent including QB Terrelle Pryor and RB Taiwan Jones more work in the coming weeks, per Steve Corkran.
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Oakland Raiders running back Darren McFadden has been listed as probable for Thursday night’s game against the Broncos.
McFadden officially listed as probable and participated fully in practice. He’s playing.
— Jerry McDonald (@Jerrymcd) December 5, 2012
This is great news for the Raiders who have been without McFadden for the past several weeks.
The Raiders will need all...
The Oakland Raiders will finally get running back Darren
McFadden back from injury this week when the team takes on the Denver Broncos,
as he was able to fully participate in practice Wednesday.
McFadden has missed the Raiders past four games after
suffering a high ankle sprain. He was full-go at practice yesterday and is
expected to return this weekend against the Broncos.
Oakland tailback Darren McFadden limped off the field with about six minutes left in the fourth quarter of Thursday night's game against Denver after twisting an ankle.Fantasy Spin:Just another day in the life of Darren McFadden fantasy owners. Living with his injuries is part of the "fun" of owning the oft-injured, slow-healing Raiders' running back.
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Before kickoff on Thursday night, a Raiders fan reportedly jumped from the third level of the Oakland Coliseum and is now hospitalized with serious injuries.
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DVOA: -34.6% (31st)
Weighted DVOA: -34.9% (32nd)
C Stefen Wisniewski: Allowed 1 quarterback hurry on 56 pass block snaps, run blocked for 36 yards on 5 attempts
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Oakland Raiders (3-9) @ Denver Broncos (9-3) – 7:20 PM EST
The Oakland Raiders are going to need everything for them to go right to win this ballgame. Thanks to the horrible defense, this team doesn’t stand a chance in a season filled with disappointment. Perhaps the saddest thing is how Carson Palmer’s play is going unnoticed. If they had a decent defense, they would still...
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