Raiders quarterback Carr injured against Dolphins

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LONDON (AP) — Oakland Raiders quarterback Derek Carr injured his ankle and left knee in Sunday's game against the Miami Dolphins and did not return.

Carr, who was 16 for 25 with 146 yards, was hurt in the third quarter. Carr had one touchdown pass and one interception.

With regular backup Matt Schaub at home in Oakland, Matt McGloin replaced Carr.

In the first quarter, Raiders linebacker Kaluka Maiava injured a hamstring and also did not return.

Maiava was on the field during Miami's opening drive, but not the second series.

Oakland linebackers Nick Roach and Sio Moore, both usual starters, were inactive for the game at Wembley Stadium.

Maiava was starting in place of Moore.

In the second half, Raiders tackle Khalif Barnes injured his knee and remained sidelined.

Dolphins tackle Branden Albert injured his shoulder in the fourth quarter and center Samson Satele injured his leg. Both did not come back, nor did safety Jimmy Wilson, who injured his hip.


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