Murray leaves game for Raiders with concussion

OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) Running back Latavius Murray has left Oakland's game against the Kansas City Chiefs with a concussion.

Murray scored two TDs in the first half and rushed for 112 yards on four carries before getting hurt Thursday night. Those were the first two rushing touchdowns of the season against the Chiefs. Murray had the most yards of any player since at least 1960 with five or fewer carries.

Offensive lineman Donald Stephenson (shoulder) and receiver Junior Hemingway (concussion) left for Kansas City with injuries.



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