Pryor, Porter formally diagnosed with concussions
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Quarterback Terrelle Pryor and cornerback Tracy Porter both sustained concussions in the Raiders' Monday night loss in Denver, the team announced after the game.

Pryor threw for a career-best 281 yards to go along with a touchdown pass but went to the locker room in the game’s closing minutes, clearly shaken up after a big hit delivered by Broncos middle linebacker Wesley Woodyard. His injury was not immediately disclosed at the time.

On 2nd and goal from the Denver 6, Pryor lost two yards on a designed run, and took a thunderous shot. He stayed in the game and delivered a 7-yard pass to Rod Streater on 3rd down, and his 4th down pass to Denarius Moore was broken up for a turnover on downs.

After coming to the sideline, Pryor was taken to the locker room and backup Matt Flynn finished the game.

Stay tuned for more information as it becomes available.