ALAMEDA -- Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor is day-to-day with a knee sprain, while Darren McFadden's status is more iffy given his history with hamstring strains, coach Dennis Allen said Monday.

Pryor said following the game his knee appeared stable and thought he would be fine.

``He seemed to be doing pretty good this morning,'' Allen said at his weekly press conference. ``We'll see how he's doing tomorrow.''

As for McFadden, who left the first half of a 49-20 loss to the Philadelphia Eagles at O.co Coliseum, Allen said, ``Obviously, with hamstrings, you never. There probably is a little more concern with Darren than there is with Terrelle.''

Allen said the Raiders were eager to get back to work following the one-sided loss.

``We've got a group of prideful men in that locker room, coaches and players, and we're going to take the necessary steps and do the things we have to do to get things corrected,'' Allen said. ``It's one game. It's one day. It's one loss. Obviously we're disappointed in the manner in which it happened. It's still one loss.''

In terms of injured players, Allen said center-guard Andre Gurode was probably closer to returning the tackle Tony Pashos.

Other players who were injured against Philadelphia who will be monitored include wide receiver Juron Criner (shoulder), wide receiver Rod Streater (hip), tackle Matt McCants (toe), kicker Sebastian Janikowski (ribs) and linebacker Kaluka Maiava (ribs).


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