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Raiders’ quarterback out for the season

NAPA – The Oakland Raiders have placed backup quarterback Charlie Frye on injured reserve with an injured right wrist.

Coach Tom Cable said Thursday that it will take four to five months for Frye to rehabilitate the hurt ligament. Frye underwent surgery earlier this week and will miss the entire season.

Frye started three games for the Raiders last season. He completed 61 percent of his passes for 581 yards, one touchdown and four interceptions.



The Raiders signed tight end Eric Butler to take Frye’s place on the roster.


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