Raiders/Redskins Blackout: Live Game Notes

Wet day at the Coliseum

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    A fan of the Oakland Raiders cheers during the game against the Dallas Cowboys on October 2, 2005 at McAfee Coliseum in Oakland, California.

    In a rematch of their last Super Bowl victory, the Raiders host the Redskins in a game blacked out on local TV. Join the conversation and follow along with our live notes from the Coliseum.

    Rookie receiver Darrius Heyward-Bey is inactive for a second straight week for the Oakland Raiders because of a foot injury.

    The Raiders also placed left guard Robert Gallery on injured reserve before Sunday’s game against Washington and signed Roy Schuening from the practice squad. Other players inactive are receivers Javon Walker and Nick Miller, linebacker David Nixon, defensive lineman William Joseph and offensive lineman Khalif Barnes.

    The Redskins are without two defensive starters for the game, with defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth sidelined by a sprained left ankle and cornerback DeAngelo Hall a former Raider out with a sprained right knee. Other inactives are fullback Mike Sellers; offensive linemen Paul Fanaika and D’Anthony Batiste; linebacker Alvin Bowen and defensive end Renaldo Wynn.