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Jordan inactive

By Jerry McDonald - NFL Writer
Sunday, November 18th, 2007 at 10:09 am in Oakland Raiders.

Running back LaMont Jordan was one of eight Raiders players declared inactive Sunday, raising the possibility the veteran could be waived if the club activates activates rookie Michael Bush this week.

Jordan entered Sunday’s game as the Raiders leading rusher by three yards over Justin Fargas, who replaced him as the starter. Off to the best start of his career, Jordan gained 424 yards on 84 carries through halftime of a 35-17 Week 4 win over Miami, but left with a back injury.

Although he didn’t miss a game, Jordan has 97 yards on 45 carries since the injury. He was active in last week’s 17-6 loss to Chicago but spent the game wearing sweat pants over his game pants.

Jordan has salary cap numbers of $6.1 and $6.4 million over the next two years. He accepted a roster bonus reduction of $1.75 million to remain with the Raiders in 2007.

Also inactive was special teams standout Isaiah Ekejiuba, who injured an ankle late in Friday’s practice.

Other Raiders inactives were:

QB Josh McCown

CB John Bowie

C Jake Grove

T Mario Henderson

DT Josh Shaw

QB JaMarcus Russell (third quarterback)

Vikings inactives:

CB Roynell Whitaker

RB Adrian Peterson

S Eric Frampton

TE Garrett Mills

T Chase Johnson

WR Aundrae Wilson

DE Jayme Mitchell

QB Kelly Holcomb (third quarterback)

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