The Oakland Raiders won the game today. But they might lose a lot more.
On 3rd and 8, Jason Campbell dropped back to pass late in the first half, but then saw an opening up the middle and decided to run for the first down. Campbell managed a decent chunk of yardage before Chris Gocong took him down from behind, but then when Scott Fujita came in for the support, he came on top of Campbell as he tried to leap for the first down. The force of Fujita's body came down hard on Campbell, who hit the natural grass at the Coliseum hard.
Here's the video of the injury.
Jason La Canfora of NFL Network and Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that the Campbell injury was a broken collarbone, and that his season could very well be over. The Raiders might be looking at the free agent market soon enough for a quarterback.
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