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Raiders' Anderson Out Four Weeks

PRO FOOTBALL DAILY REPORT : AFC

September 10, 1996|Associated Press

Oakland Raider Coach Mike White said starting safety Eddie Anderson, who injured a tendon in his right triceps during Sunday's loss against the Kansas City Chiefs, would be out at least four weeks. Darren Carrington will take Anderson's spot.

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San Diego Charger guard Isaac Davis is expected back this week, the last of four offensive linemen to return from preseason arthroscopic knee surgery. Linebacker Glen Young is expected to sit out two weeks because of a pulled calf muscle.

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Indianapolis Colt running back Marshall Faulk (sprained toe) and linebacker Tony Bennett (sprained left knee) underwent an MRI exam and Coach Lindy Infante said both were likely to sit out Sunday's game. Derrick Frazier, a cornerback, has a broken arm and will sit out five weeks. . . . The Seattle Seahawks will start Rick Mirer, benched Sunday, at quarterback against Kansas City.

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