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McFadden’s ankle injury has caused him to be iffy for this weekend

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By Anthony Caruso III
The Capital Sports Report
Owner/Managing Editor/Sr. Writer

The Oakland Raiders may be without running back Darren McFadden this weekend.

Darren McFadden

McFadden is currently iffy for Sunday’s game against the New Orleans Saints. His ankle is reportedly feeling a lot better.

But he has been a notorious slow healer in his career. He also rarely plays well when he is not at 100%.

If he doesn’t play against the Saints, he will definitely play against the Cincinnati Bengals. Marcel Reece would get the call if McFadden can’t go.

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